The romance between Jack Quaid and co-star Claudia Doumit seemed to have begun. While in Sydney to promote Season 3 of his TV show The Boys, the American actor was seen holding hands with the Australian actress.
While sightseeing on The Rocks near the Harbour, the pair appeared to be having a nice time. For the event, Jack, 30, dressed in white sneakers, pants, and a khaki knitted sweater covered with a navy coat. Claudia, on the other hand, kept toasty with a grey coat, cropped jumper, and a black beanie over her jeans and sneakers. A black crossbody bag and sunglasses completed the look for the 30-year-old Sydney native.
Jack, the son of Dennis Quaid and Meg Ryan, arrived in Sydney on Monday alongside his co-stars from the film The Boys, Chase Crawford, and Jessie Usher.
With their female co-stars Claudia and Karen Fukuhara, the trio attended the Sydney VIP premiere of Episode 4 of the show on Tuesday. While the ensemble walked together, Jack and Claudia posed side by side on the red carpet.
Jack looked fantastic in a crisp white dress shirt, black pinstripe suit jacket, matching trousers, and leather boots.
Claudia, on the other hand, looked elegant in a cream suit jacket and trousers with striking gold earrings and a chain gold necklace.
Claudia Doumit is an Australian actress best known for her appearances as Joey in the romantic comedy film “Losing in Love” (2016) and Jiya in the television action-adventure drama series “Timeless” (2016-2018), among other things.
Claudia Doumit was born on January 30, 1991, in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, to Morrie Doumit and Mary Zavaglia. Her ancestors are of Italian, Lebanese, and Australian descent. Her sole sibling is James, her older brother. Claudia wanted to be the focus of attention as a kid, therefore she did a number of things only to catch her parents’ attention.
As she grew older, she began to demonstrate her acting ability, and after high school, she joined Sydney’s Actors College of Theater and Television. She joined the Actors Centre Australia after graduating in 2012, where she continued to hone her acting talents. She also has a bachelor’s degree in performing arts and is a National Institute of Dramatic Art student in Sydney. She continued her schooling by enrolling for two years at the Stella Adler Academy of Acting in Los Angeles.
She was always eager to learn more about acting, and since there’s no better way to learn than by doing, she made her acting debut in 2011 as an extra in the TV show “The Hamster Wheel.” Despite this, she learned a lot from meeting new people and having hands-on experience on the set. She returned to the set three years later, portraying Ivy in the pilot episode of “Faking It,” and continued with minor roles in shows including “New Girl” and “Mike & Molly” in 2015, as well as three episodes of “Scandal” from 2014 to 2016.