A fresh new face in the entertainment industry, actor Nicholas Coombe has quickly become one to watch this year. Coombe can soon be seen starring in the highly anticipated live action feature film "Dora and the Lost City of Gold" (Paramount) opposite Isabela Moner, Eva Longoria, and Michael Peña. The film follows Dora, a teenage explorer, who leads her friends on an adventure to save her parents and solve the mystery behind a lost city of gold. Coombe is a scene stealer as Randy, your typical awkward high school student who has a love for technology and a passion for pop culture. When Randy and his friends are stuck in the jungle with no cell reception, he relies on his knowledge of old school movies and pop culture references to help get him and his friends out of peculiar situations. The film is slated to hit theaters nationwide on August, 9 2019. Born in Kyneton, Australia but raised in Perth, Western Australia, Coombe knew from a young age that he wanted to be a performer. By the age of six, he was already enrolled in tap, jazz, and ballet lessons. At nine years old he made the jump to musical theater and absolutely fell in love. Coombe went on to sign with an agent in Perth and began doing commercial work along with a few student projects before he made the big move to Vancouver, Canada. While in Vancouver, Coombe continued to perfect his craft and landed a recurring role on ABC's "Imaginary Mary" opposite Jenna Elfman. Additional credits for Coombe include: Open Road's "Midnight Sun," ABC's "Take Two," "Motive," The CW's "iZombie," SYFY's "The Magicians," and Netflix's "Spy Kids: Mission Critical." When not on set, you can find Coombe in the studio creating new music with his band "The Beanie Kids." Coombe shines on lead vocals and the guitar along with his band members Avery O'Brien (bass, vocals) and Jamison Ko (drums). Working alongside with producer Justice Mclellan, the band is scheduled to release their first single in August 2019, followed by an EP (TBD). Coombe currently resides in Vancouver.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|Dora and the Lost City of Gold||August 30, 2019|