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  • Behind the Scenes: Honor Roll
    • By Charlotte Sullivan
    You know you're Gail Peck when: Read More »

  • As we are gearing up to tape the second season of Rookie Blue, it's awesome to think about how far we have come with our characters. Read More »

  • The way I originally booked Rookie Blue is an interesting story. It all started in Vancouver, oddly enough I was acting out there for a couple of years and I was running out of money. Read More »

  • In this series, a lot of the situations that Epstein gets into tend to end up being pretty funny but it is the farthest thing from a joke in his mind. Read More »

  • Behind the Scenes: Bullet Proof
    • By Charlotte Sullivan
    Why do I love playing Gail Peck so much? Gail is an acquired taste. She's the brussel sprout of all the characters. You either spit her out and declare war or you sit down and force yourself to like her even if she makes you want to barf. Read More »

  • If I had to pick a favorite kind of scene to shoot on Rookie Blue, between an action scene, a drama scene and a romantic scene, I guess I would have to pick... all of them? Read More »

  • People often ask me how I am like my character and one thing always comes to mind. When we first started cop training for Rookie Blue, I was pleased to learn that as a police officer, you have to constantly be aware of your surroundings. Read More »

  • I have a lot of different emotions tied to this week's episode. On one hand, I had so much fun with Charlotte playing an undercover prostitute (who is terrible at the job) and my parents were actually there for part of this episode. They were visiting from Vancouver, and it's always a good time when they're around. Read More »

  • Behind the Scenes: Fite Nite
    • By Missy Peregrym
    Chemistry is such a big part of enjoying your job. You can't force chemistry, it's either there or it's not. If it's there, the job is easy.... if not, then I actually have to act...hahaha. Read More »

  • Behind the Scenes: Fite Nite
    • By Gregory Smith
    Though the traveling gets a little tiresome, one of the best (and worst) parts of being an actor is that every day is different. I never know what to expect when I wake up in the morning. Read More »