She was previously romantically linked to “Less Than Perfect” star Zachary Levi in 2004 and Brandon Countee in 2005. I want them to eat food, for God sakes, but I want them to take care of themselves. for them to take care of their bodies and it all starts with how you think of yourself.” Missy Peregrym Tomboy Born on June 16, 1982, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Melissa Peregrym speaks fluent English and French. I didn't watch a lot of TV or go to movies very much.” Missy Peregrym (on her tomboyish adolescence) Missy lived in Los Angeles while shooting "Reaper" (2007-2008).

She spent most of her life in Surrey, British Columbia, with her minister father, homemaker mother and two sisters, Cassandra and Amanda. Describing herself as a tomboy while growing up, Missy enjoys soccer and snowboarding.

And, if everyone did that, I just think it would transform this country so much.” Missy Peregrym Life As We Know It “I think that when you respect yourself and you’re happy with yourself, you raise a higher standard for yourself.

It's always about you.” Missy Peregrym After resurfacing on three online mini-episodes of “Smallville” in 2006, Peregrym scored her first starring role in film in Jessica Bendinger's directorial debut, the teen comedy "Stick It" (2006).

In the film that also features Vanessa Lengies and Jeff Bridges, she portrayed Haley Graham, a rebellious 17-year-old and retired gymnast who is forced to return to the regimented world of gymnastics after a run-in with the law.

She was also spotted as a guest in an episode of the WB/CW action/adventure sci-fi series about young Clark Kent/Superman, "Smallville," and in the Canadian/American science fiction television series "Andromeda,” and appeared in the biographical TV movie about "The Hollywood Madam," "Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss" (2004), starring Jamie-Lynn Sigler.

She then had an unaccredited role as a test subject in the superhero film loosely based and inspired by the DC Comics character, "Catwoman" (2004), starring Halle Berry.

She recently played the recurring role of Candice Wilmer (2007) in the NBC critically-acclaimed science fiction drama series, "Heroes," and now stars as Andi Prendergast, Sam's (played by Bret Harrison) attractive co-worker and object of his unspoken affection, in The CW supernatural television series "Reaper" (2007-Present).

Peregrym has also guest starred in such TV shows as "Dark Angel," "The Chris Isaak Show," "Jake 2.0," "Tru Calling" and "Smallville." On the big screen, the up-and-coming actress is remembered for portraying Haley Graham, a rebellious 17-year-old and a retired gymnast forced to return to the regimented world of gymnastics after a run-in with the law, in the teen comedy "Stick It" (2006).

I was like, 'I don't know how I'm going to do that.' I'm willing to work as hard as possible but I'm like, 'This is going to look so weird.' But it actually worked out perfect.

I just didn't want this movie to look fake in that sense and for people to get out of the story to notice the doubling.

She also appeared in the music video “We Run This” by Missy Elliot, which is featured in the "Stick It" movie.

When asked if she had a great double for her part in the film, Peregrym said, “It's all of that.

The show was filmed in Peregrym's hometown in Vancouver, British Columbia.