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In 2009, Tinaco won their first television role performing a trapped student in two episodes of the Australian series ''Home and Away''. Between 2012 and 2015, Tinaco appeared in short films such as Simone Pietro Felice's ''The Life Again'', Samuel Leighton-Dore's ''Showboy'' (in which Tinaco portrays a [[drag]] queen), and ''The Wake'' by Leigh Joel Scott. In 2016, Tinaco appeared in two episodes of the Australian series ''Rake''.<ref>{{Cite web |url=https://www.out.com/television/2019/9/12/how-starring-netflix-show-helped-nonbinary-actor-thrive |title=How Starring in a Netflix Show Helped This Nonbinary Actor Thrive |last=Lang |first=Nico |date=2019-09-12 |website=out.com |access-date=2019-10-31}}{{Cite web |url=https://www.out.com/television/2019/9/12/how-starring-netflix-show-helped-nonbinary-actor-thrive |title=How Starring in a Netflix Show Helped This Nonbinary Actor Thrive |last=Lang |first=Nico |date=2019-09-12 |website=out.com}}</ref>
 
Tinaco moved to Canada to pursue their acting dreams back in early 2017. In September 2018, Tinaco joined Katee Sackhoff, Tyler Hoechlin, Justin Chatwin, Samuel Anderson and Elizabeth Ludlow in the American series ''Another Life'', broadcast in 2019 on Netflix. Tinaco played Zayn Petrossian, the non-binarynonbinary military doctor aboard the spaceship ''Salvare''. Speaking of Tinaco’s character as "an important role" because the story in the series is not about coming out nor sex. The same year, Tinaco appeared as thea restaurant's host in the Netflix film ''Always Be My Maybe'' by Nahnachka Khan.<ref name="zayn"></ref>
 
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