Nicholas Coombe was born in Kyneton, country Victoria, Australia. His family moved to Perth, Western Australia when he was one and he grew up there until he was 19. At a very early age, Nicholas showed signs of his love of music, dance, and drama. He started dance lessons when he was 6, and at age 7 he signed with an agent for modeling, and acting. His first role came as the lead for a short film, “Unbearable Brothers”. At age 8, he started acting in community theatre productions. After productions such as “Seussical the Musical” and playing the lead role of Oliver in “Oliver”, his love for acting was cemented. Nicholas appeared in various short films and advertising whilst attending High School. His final years of high school achievements included receiving his Certificate II and III in music production, appear in the stage show “Grease”, and graduating Valedictorian for the Vocational Stream at Carey Baptist College. In 2013 Nicholas starred in short films “Turkish Delight” and “Blue Ball”. Whilst filming, he landed a lead role of “Jamie”, a Scottish highlander, in “Dr. Who: Resistance” a 2-part television movie. Nick then went to work on feature films “Infected Paradise”, “Paper Planes” and “You Can’t play the Game if you don’t know the Rules”. In early 2014, Nicholas left Perth, Australia to continue his career, and pursue his dream as an actor in Vancouver, BC. Quick to sign with an agent, Nicholas booked his first role in an episode of the fan favorite hit, “Supernatural”, on The CW. Shortly after, he booked a lead role in the Disney movie, “Pants on Fire”. Nicholas currently lives in Vancouver, BC. In his spare time, he plays and writes music, skateboards, and explores British Columbia.