Of course. I wouldn't miss it for the world.
~ Riley revealing herself as a double agent and her true nature

Riley Hicks is an antagonist in Fast & Furious 6, and an informant of ex-Special Air Service soldier, Major Owen G. Shaw.

She was played by former mixed martial artist-turned actress, Gina Carano, who portrayed Angel Dust in Deadpool.


Early Military and DSS Career

Early in her youth, Riley served in Afghanistan, Cairo and Tunis during her military career. Then, she received top marks in her classes before joining Diplomatic Security Service as a field agent.

Having a relationship

At some point, she had a romantic relationship with Owen Shaw and presumably becoming his informant inside the U.S. federal agency.

Fast & Furious 6

She is introduced as a DSS agent that works with Agent Luke Hobbs, Dominic Toretto and their crewmates. At one point, she is seen having a fight with Letty after members of Shaw's team ambush Gisele's and her's interrogation. She goes with Hobbs when he and Dominic's team stop the attempt of stealing the tank and its associated computer chip.

When Shaw is captured as a result of the tank operation, Hobbs leads Shaw in front of Dominic's crew, where Shaw reveals that he has kidnapped Mia. Shaw then requests his release in return for Mia. When Shaw is released, he asks a member of the team if they are coming. Riley then replies by saying "Of course. I wouldn't miss it for the world." and leaves with Shaw.

Inside the airplane that is about to take off from NATO base, Riley can first be seen preparing a handgun to kill Mia, however, she is slammed by Dom driving in a Dodge Charger SRT-8. She is then seen again having a fight with Letty, this time inside the plane. After a long melee battle, Letty then opens a door of the plane and pushes Riley towards it. Riley hangs onto the door edges until Hobbs shows up and tosses Letty a harpoon gun. Then, Letty says to Riley "Wrong team, bitch.", fires the harpoon gun at her, impaling and causing her to fall out of the plane, killing her for good.