Missy Peregrym Biography

Missy Peregrym Biography

Missy Peregrym
(born on June 16, 1982 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian actress and former fashion model.


Missy, along with her two sisters, was born in Montreal, Quebec to Darryl a minister, and Vanessa, a homemaker, Peregrym and has lived most of her life in Surrey, British Columbia, she is also part Greek. She also has two younger sisters. She describes herself as having been a "tomboy" while growing up, and was heavily involved in high school athletics, including soccer, snowboarding and outdoor sports on the local Vancouver mountains.

Missy began modeling at the age of eighteen, appearing in commercials for Mercedes-Benz, Sprint Canada and the Olympics. Missy Peregrym made her acting debut in a 2002 episode of the television series Dark Angel, and spent the next several years appearing in television roles, including episodes of The Chris Isaak Show, Black Sash, Jake 2.0, Smallville, Life as We Know It, Andromeda and in the made-for-television film Call Me: the Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss.

After an uncredited role in 2004's Catwoman, Missy made her film debut playing the lead role in 2006's Stick It, about a rebellious high school student's involvement in gymnastics. Missy Peregrym also appears in the web-only short film Le Montage.

Missy currently lives in Los Angeles, California. She is bilingual; she speaks both English and French. Missy Peregrym's close friends with actors Rey-Phillip Santos and Sarah Carter.

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