Nicole Dubuc

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Nicole Dubuc
Born (1978-11-06) November 6, 1978 (age 37)
Orange County, California
Occupation Actress/Writer
Years active 1986–present

Nicole Dubuc (born November 6, 1978) is an American writer, perhaps best known for her work on the Transformers franchise, and as an actress on Major Dad.


As a child actress, Dubuc had a recurring role as Bertha on the television series Our House, and a guest appearance on the television series ALF. Dubuc starred in the popular sitcom Major Dad, playing the character Robin Cooper-MacGillis. She appeared in all 96 episodes during the show's run between 1989 and 1993.

Dubuc worked as a child actress for eleven years, including ADR (background voices) for the movies Prince of Tides, and Searching for Bobby Fischer. She continues to act as an adult, and voiced Iris West-Allen in the Young Justice cartoon.

After attending Yale University and graduating pre-med with a degree in English, Dubuc got her first work as an apprentice staff writer on the hit Disney series, Kim Possible.

She followed that up with many other television and feature writing credits, including Jackie Chan Adventures, W.I.T.C.H., The Spectacular Spider-Man, and Tak and the Power of Juju. She was the story editor and writer on the Disney series, My Friends Tigger & Pooh. She co-created Transformers: Rescue Bots with Brian Hohlfeld and Jeff Kline, and served as story editor and writer on the series.

She is the first woman to write for a "Flash" comic for DC, with her short story appearing in the Flash Annual 2 of the new 52.

Dubuc was recently elected as a trustee and secretary of The Animation Guild, I.A.T.S.E. Local 839.


Dubuc has been nominated for six Emmys. She was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2005, 2006, and 2007 for Outstanding Children's Animated Program for writing work on Todd World, in 2011 for "Outstanding Writing in Animation" for "Transformers: Prime", in 2014 for "Outstanding Writing in a Children's Series" for "R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour," and in 2015 for "Outstanding Writing in a Children's or Pre-School Children's Series" for "Spooksville."

As a child actress, she won a Clio award for the Select/On TV commercial, "Buffy's Bedtime."

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