Peter Mooney is a talented actor and screenwriter. He was a series regular on “Rookie Blue” for three seasons, followed by three seasons on “Saving Hope” and another three seasons on “Burden of Truth.” Mooney also starred in the Starz TV series “Camelot” and has made guest appearances series such as “Wynonna Earp,” “Heroes Reborn,” “Republic of Doyle,” “Heartland,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Played” and “CSI: Miami.” Prior to that, he was featured in “The Tower” and “ZOS: Zone of Separation” and starred on “Falcon Beach” for two seasons. His work in feature films included Betting on the Bride, Catch and Release and The Prodigy.
Mooney co-produced and starred in the independent film We Were Wolves, which premiered at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). Recent film credits include the independent films Blowback, Paseo, Keely & Du, Must Kill Karl and most recently in the Nicholas McCarthy horror-thriller Prodigy.
An accomplished screenwriter, Mooney’s short film Parachute premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. His first short, Method, directed by “Rookie Blue” co-star Gregory Smith, screened at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2013. Mooney currently has a number of projects in active development.
Mooney has headlined several live productions in his hometown at Manitoba Theatre Centre, including After Miss Julie, Jitters, Pride and Prejudice, Our Town, and The Tempest. Other theatre credits include Tales From Ovid (Centaur Theatre) and the Canadian premiere of The Goat or Who is Sylvia? (Great Canadian Theatre Company). Most recently, he appeared in Gruesome Playground Injuries (Birdland Theatre) in Toronto.
A native of Winnipeg, Manitoba Mooney is a graduate of the prestigious National Theatre School of Canada and has been nominated for five Canadian Screen Awards for his work in film and television.
He splits his time between Los Angeles and Toronto with his wife and daughter.