Who is Mace Coronel?
If you were a fan of Nickelodeon’s family comedy series “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn”, you are certainly familiar with Dicky, one of the quadruplets, a cool and chilled boy who often gets in trouble, but did you know that the actor who portrayed this character is extremely good at acting, and that he has 25 credits to his name.
Let us tell you more interesting facts about Mace Coronel, who besides the aforementioned role, is perhaps known best for his roles in independent movies such as “M Is for Mom”, “Spirit Town”, and “Pocket”, the critically acclaimed coming of age movie, which follows the story of a turbulent year in the life of a high schooler viewed through the lense of his iPhone.
Early life, family, and education
Mace Eddie Coronel was born under the zodiac sign of Pisces, on 10 March 2004, in New York City USA, thus he holds American nationality although he comes from a family of Dutch, French-Canadian, Surinamese, Aruban, and Sephardi Jewish descent.
He was raised in Connecticut and moved with his family back and forth to California and Nevada, however, his parents divorced and he grew up with his mother alongside his half-siblings from his mother’s previous marriage, in Los Angeles, California.
There is nothing known about his biological father, except that his name is Marc Coronel, while his mother, Grace Morley is an actress who starred in movies such as “American Me”, “Sex Crimes”, and “Little Pieces”, and before she launched her acting career, was a Las Vegas showgirl, and danced topless under the moniker ‘Bambi Jr.’
Grace was in a marriage with Montel Williams, a producer, director and actor, who is perhaps known best for his role as Lieutenant Curtis Rivers in the series “JAG”, but the two divorced in 2000 after eight years of marriage, and have two children together, a son named, Montel Brian Hanks Williams and a daughter, Wyntergrace. There isn’t much known about Mace’s half-siblings, except that since they are both African-Americans on their father’s side, many people believed that Mace is adopted, since his skin is white.
Mace had an interest in acting from an early age, and when he was seven began taking acting classes, but after his first television appearance, it was clear that for Mace acting comes naturally, so afterwards he didn’t attend any acting school.
Speaking of Mace’s educational background, he’s being homeschooled, and should matriculate through GED in 2022.
Roles in series
Mace made his acting debut as a Little Kid in an episode of the series “Up in Arms” in 2012, followed by his roles as Charlie in “Hart of Dixie”, and as Phillip Gunness in “The Ghost Speaks” in 2013, He was then cast to play R. J. Forester in “The Bold and the Beautiful”, a recurring role through 2014.
From 2014 until 2018, Mace was seen in his most notable role to date, as Dicky Harper in “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn” – the series had 20 award nominations and won two, including one Primetime Emmy, and Lizzy Greene, Casey Simpson and Aidan Gallagher, who were the main protagonist alongside Mace, share with him a nomination for the Young Artist Award for Outstanding Young Ensemble Cast in a Television Series.
Dicky time pic.twitter.com/Sxw9bCefeS
— Mace Coronel (@MaceCoronel19) June 29, 2015
In 2019, Mace was cast to play Milo Vargas in “Zoe Valentine”, a family drama, also starring Anna Cathcart and Diego Velazquez, followed by his role as Parker Landy in “Borrasca” in 2020. Later that year he was seen as Lionel Braddock in “Wireless”, while in the following year, he portrayed Jake in the TV mini-series “Colin in Black & White”.
Mace’s fans will enjoy his performance in the announced comedy-drama series “That ‘90s Show”, a spin-off from the popular sitcom “That ‘70s Show”, which will be aired on Netflix.
Roles in movies
As mentioned, Mace mostly starred in independent, so-called indie films – his first movie role was his portrayal of Chase in the short drama “TSI: Hollywood” in 2013, followed by parts in “Neverland”, “M Is for Mom”, and “Shoelace”, which can be seen on Mace’s YouTube channel.
In the following year, he starred in the short movies “Spirit Town”, “Palette” and “We Make That Lemonade” before he was cast to play Richard in the TV movie “Santa Hunters”, also starring Benjamin Flores Junior and Breanna Yde, which won the 2015 Leo Award for Best Youth or Children’s Program or Series.
Mace was also seen in the TV movies “Nickelodeon’s Ho Ho Holiday Special” (2015) and “Nickelodeon’s Sizzling Summer Camp Special” (2017), followed by his role as Jake in “Pocket” in 2019.
Mace has got his chance to make his big-screen debut, so will be seen starring in the new drama movie “Sonny Boy”, directed by Kristen Hansen, which is currently in development.
Love life and girlfriend
There have been various rumors concerning both Mace’s love life and his sexual orientation, and one of the rumors was that he is dating his co-star from “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn”, Lizzy Greene, however, neither Mace nor Lizzy confirmed this gossip.
Mace is quite secretive when it comes to his love life, and even the posts on his Instagram account, which has been followed by over one million people, don’t reveal much about his dating or relationships, since there are no photos featuring him and some girl (or boy) with whom he might be romantically linked.
As of July 2022, it seems that Mace is single.
Age, height, and net worth
Mace’s age is 18, and he has brown hair and hazel eyes; he weighs around 130lbs (60kgs) and is 5ft 7ins (1.71m) tall.
This talented actor, who began his career as a child, thanks to his talent has earned a decent amount of money, for someone of his age; according to sources, while he was working on the series “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn”, his salary was $10,000 per episode.
As of July 2022, his net worth has been estimated at over $1 million.