Quinn began his professional career by forming his own Theatre-in-Education company called Body2Body. The company enjoyed three successful years touring schools and colleges. Quinn subsequently won a scholarship to Mountview Theatre School where he graduated with a BA Honours Degree.
His first job following graduation was a national tour of The Wind In The Willows playing Toad. Further theatre credits include Teddy in Arsenic And Old Lace, Judd in Bouncers, Norman in Lucky Sods, Det Sgt Davenport in Funny Money, George in I'll Be Back Before Midnight, and Hooper in Kindly Keep It Covered.
Musicals include Mr Mushnik in Little Shop Of Horrors, Chief O'Reilly in Bananaman The Musical, Swifty in Grand Central, and most recently Bill in We'll Live And Die In These Towns for The Belgrade Theatre.
Television credits include Casualty, Moving On and Shakespeare And Hathaway (BBC), Emmerdale, Without Motive (ITV), Castoffs (Channel 4), and most recently a special one off episode of Trollied for Sky One. He also appeared in the BAFTA winning children's TV shows Grandpa In My Pocket and global hit HaHa Hairies.
Quinn has a wealth of pantomime experience and for many years has performed as the traditional pantomime Dame in theatres across the UK.
Film includes Elevator Gods for Happy Our Films, Mariachi for Diamond Dogs, and Danny And The Human Zoo for BBC Film and Red Productions.
Quinn can also be seen on the stand up circuit, having taken shows to the Edinburgh Festival where he debuted his own one man show Shut Your Cakehole, and has since enjoyed sell out London shows.
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