- Character bio
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When Detective Megan Wheeler joined Major Case Squad, she was immediately paired with veteran cop, Detective Logan. Det. Logan was convinced that her youth and inexperience would hamper their ability to work together. But as Det. Logan soon found out, Det. Wheeler is a good cop who doesn't take her job lying down.
Having grown up with a single mother and a non-existent mob lawyer father, Det. Wheeler has the ability to be reconciled with her past and put each case in front of her with clarity, freshness and precision. Fashioned and possibly favored by her mentor, Capt. Danny Ross, Wheeler has been hungry to earn her stripes at the Major Case Squad.
Julianne Nicholson was born and raised in Medford, Massachusetts, and following a modeling career in New York and Paris, she landed her first feature-film role opposite Michael Caine and James Spader in "Curtain Call." She later took on what proved to be her breakout role as the headstrong young feminist in "The Love Letter" with Tom Selleck and Kate Capshaw.
Nicholson's other feature film credits include "Long Time Since," with Julian Sands and Paulina Porizkova and Carl Franklin's "One True Thing," starring Meryl Streep and Renee Zellweger.
Nicholson most recently starred in NBC's "Conviction." Other television credits include series regular roles on "Ally McBeal" and "Presidio Med." Her other credits include a starring role in the television miniseries "Storm of the Century" and guest-starring roles on NBC's "ER" and "Law & Order."