Born in the Dominican Republic, Jorge Lendeborg Jr. moved with his family to Florida as a child and grew up in America. He took to acting at a young age, eventually making the trip out to Los Angeles where he appeared in his first screen acting role, a guest role on an episode of "Graceland" (USA 2013-15). Soon after, he landed his first film role, starring in the coming-of-age drama "The Land" (2016). The next year he starred in two more films, including the Kyle Mooney dramedy "Brigsby Bear" (2017) and the Noah Wyle-starring drama "Shot" (2017). Lendeborg also appeared as a classmate of Peter Parker's in the superhero film "Spider-Man: Homecoming" (2017). Lendeborg continued balancing dramatic work with more blockbuster fare, appearing in teen drama "Love, Simon" (2018) and the Transformers film "Bumblebee" (2018). He also had a role in the Robert Rodriguez-directed "Alita: Battle Angel" (2019).