Nicholas Coombe was just seven years old when he got serious about his acting career. Born in Kyneton, Australia in 1994 and raised in Perth, it was at age seven that Coombe proved so excited about acting that his parents signed him with an agent. By that point, Coombe had already been taking intensive dance classes for a year, and was beginning to book starring roles in community theater productions. Coombe would make his first on screen appearance on the Australian series "The Sleepover Club" (Disney Channel, 2003-2006) in 2006, followed by an appearance on the sci-fi series "Stormworld" (Nine Network, 2009-2010) a few years later. After completing school, Coombe devoted himself even more diligently to acting, co-starring in the popular "Doctor Who: Resistance" (2013). In 2014, he decided to try his hand at acting in North America, relocating to Canada and booking his role in the TV movie "Pants on Fire" (2014) six months later. Coombe would also make guest appearances on the long running series "Supernatural" (WB, 2005-) in 2014 and on the horror-comedy hit "iZombie" (CW, 2015-) in 2015. In 2017, Coombe expanded his horizons, appearing alongside Bella Thorne and Patrick Schwarzenegger in the movie "Midnight Sun" (2017).