Cleopatra Coleman is an Australian performing artist who hails from Los Angeles,California, Born on October 29, 1987, in New South Wales, Australia. Coleman grew up in Wentworth Falls. She is the daughter of Turquoise Coleman, a Jamaican-conceived mother and Mick Coleman, an Australian dad and experienced childhood in the elective network of Byron Bay, New South Wales. In 2005, Cleopatra played a main role in the science fiction high school show Silversun for Seven Network and Australian TV station ABC. In 2006, she acted as a Glenn Forrest in Neighbours.
Coleman showed up in other Australian TV programs, including season 3 of City Homicide, Holly's Heroes, Blue Heelers, and Wicked Science. In 2008, she appeared in the TV arrangement Elephant Princess and stage creations of Succ with Ezy-Peezy Productions and Simon Stephens' Motortown with Melbourne's Red Stitch Actors Theater. She gave a cameo in the TV arrangement "City Homicide" in 2009. In 2010, she went through a quarter of a year in Los Angeles verifying portrayal and afterward came back to Australia for a guest character in the TV arrangement Rush.
In 2011, Coleman co-composed, official delivered and featured in the short movie Trains, the venture for Coleman/Coleman preparations, made by Cleopatra Coleman and her dad, Mick Coleman. Around the same time, she played a character as DJ Penelope in Step Up Revolution; a motion picture discharged on 27 July of 2012. In 2012, she featured in music recordings by Far East Movement in "Change Your Life" and Nervo in "You're Gonna Love Again."
Coleman worked in a music video by Galantis in "Runaway (U and I)." In 2014, Coleman became a cast member in the Fox parody arrangement The Last Man on Earth. She assumed the character of Erica for four seasons. Cleopatra composed, created, and featured in the natural sci-fic Hover for Syfy Films in 2017. In 2018 and 2019, she worked in" In The Shadow Of The Moon" for Netflix coordinated by Jim Mickle just as the autonomous satire The Argument coordinated Robert Schwartzman.