Available to be based in Adelaide and Melbourne, Australia. Eurasian background- Filipino and German. Born and raised in Adelaide, South Australia. Nicole Schoen is an actor based in Adelaide, South Australia of German and Filipino descent. She has trained with Kim Krejus and Iain Sinclair of 16th Street, with professional actors Adrian Barnes, Rob MacPherson, Jamie Harding, Don Kountouris, and Angie Christophel, as well as with Casting Directors Ally Reynolds, and Micaeley Gibson. She appears as Ruby in Ben Golotta’s short film ‘Lean’ (2022). Working behind the scenes, Nicole worked on ‘First Day’ Season 2 (2021), and ‘Firebite’ (2022-) as an Extras Coordinator Assistant, and on ‘Embrace Kids’ (2022) as a Casting Assistant, and appears as a ‘Social Media Influencer’ in the film. She has also worked as a Casting Assistant (SA) and Extras Coordinator Assistant for 'Speedway' (2022) starring Davida McKenzie and Essie Randles. In early 2023, Nicole worked with Producer Adam Camporeale (Drive Thru Films) on two short films in Production; ‘Blame the Rabbit’ (due to premiere at Adelaide Film Festival 2023) written and Directed by Elena Carapetis and Produced by Lisa Scott & Adam Camporeale, and ‘Future Eaters’ (2023) written and Directed by Gemma Salomon. Nicole appears in two of Richard Coburn’s Art Video projects: one for MOD. Exhibition space, and the other for The Lab Adelaide (both projects are due for release in late 2023 and early 2024). Recently, Nicole participated in the 48 Hour Film Project and appears as Shelley in the short film ‘Quirky Turkey’ Directed by Kirk Cameron and DOP Kris Jenkinson. Currently, Nicole is working as an Extras Coordinator Assistant (SA) on the Netflix TV Series ‘Desert King’.