|Relatives||Raul Garcia (Legal Uncle/Biological Father)|
Cesar Garcia (Adoptive Father/Biological Uncle; deceased)
Peter Moore (Boyfriend)
|Portrayed by||Brittany O'Grady|
|First Appearance||Strange Magic|
|Latest Appearance||Houston, We Have A Problem|
Nadia is strong and outspoken. Underneath her tough exterior, she is kind and thoughtful however Raul's involvement in her parents separation makes it difficult for her to trust people.
In 1.08 A House Divided, flashbacks provide details on Nadia's past. On Nadia's fifteenth birthday she comes across a photo of her mother and Raul kissing. Unfortunately, her father also sees the photo and enraged, he confronts Nadia's mother Gabriela about the affair. In front of the guests at the party he tells Gabriela to leave and Nadia is devastated.
Nadia is medium height and build with long, wavy black hair with red tips.
|The Messengers: Season One|
|Pilot (absent) • Strange Magic (appears) • Path to Paradise (appears) • Drums of War (appears) • Eye in the Sky (appears) • Metamorphosis (appears) • Deus Ex Machina (appears) • A House Divided (appears) • Death Becomes Her (appears) • Why We Fight (absent) • Harvest (absent) • Spark of Hope (appears) • Houston, We Have A Problem (appears)|
At first, Nadia's relationship with her uncle is very rough, mostly because she blamed him for her parents splitting up. Through most of the first season, Nadia blamed Raul for causing the death her father (later revealed to be her uncle), while really, she was just angry that Raul hadn't saved him in time. Nadia would often criticize Raul in her head, which the latter is able to hear, due to his power of reading minds. Also, when Raul walked in on her making out with her boyfriend, Peter Moore, who is one of the Messengers, Nadia was quite rebellious against him when he told her to stay away from Peter due to the fact that it would be dangerous to be around him, but Nadia simply says that it isn't his choice who she dates. While her relationship with her uncle is rocky, she has shown that she does indeed love him, she just has an odd way of showing it.