After earning his stripes as the new rookie last year, Nick set off at the end of the season to prove himself even further by going undercover with Andy McNally. Upon his return, Nick discovers it isn't as easy as he thought to leave the last six months behind him and get back to his old life with Gail. As with his return from Afghanistan, life back at home has changed, and so has he.
This year, Nick will learn that he doesn’t have as much control over his life—and feelings—as he would like to believe. Now, instead of proving to the Division that he has what it takes, he’s going to have to prove to himself that he has the guts to leave the past behind him and embrace the present—whatever that might bring.
Peter Mooney graduated from the prestigious National Theatre School of Canada in 2004. With various television and film credits to his name, he joined ABC's Rookie Blue as a third-season regular. Mooney's recent television work include roles on Starz's Camelot, with Joseph Fiennes and Eva Green, CSI: Miami, the Disney Channel's Harriet the Spy, Being Erica, The Murdoch Mysteries and Fox/Lifetime's The Twelve Men of Christmas. He starred for two seasons on the hit ABC Family series Falcon Beach, as well as being featured in CBS' The Tower and ZOS -- Zone of Security. On the big screen he starred opposite Ashley Greene from the Twilight Saga films in Summer's Blood.
Equally at home on the stage, Mooney has headlined several productions in his hometown at Manitoba Theatre Centre, including After Miss Julie, Jitters, Pride and Prejudice, Our Town and The Tempest. Additional theatre credits include Tales from Ovid at the Centaur Theatre and the Canadian premiere of Edward Albee's The Goat or Who Is Sylvia? for the Canadian Theatre Company.