Nicole Dubuc

Writer: Bruce Lee: The Walk of the Dragon

As a child actress for eleven years, Nicole got her start in the entertainment industry on the other side of the camera.  After graduating from Yale University as a pre-med with a degree in English, she returned to California to become an apprentice staff writer on Disney’s girl-power hit, Kim Possible.

Since then, Nicole has written nearly 200 produced scripts for a wide variety of formats, including musical, comics, live-action, feature, television, and even an interactive cruise ship activity.  (No, they didn’t give her free cruise tickets.)  Spanning many genres, some of her credits include DC/Warner Brothers’ Young JusticeDisney’s My Friends Tigger & Pooh, LEGO Elves, and Star Wars: Rebels. Nicole co-developed Transformers: Rescue Bots for television, and is a seven-time Emmy nominee.

While continuing her work as an actress (recently on Disney’s Miles From Tomorrowland), Nicole is an executive producer and story editor on Hasbro’s My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. But never fear. Despite her daily dealings with cartoon super-villains, Nicole plans to use her powers for good, not evil.