Brian Quinn Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Net Worth, Podcasts, Movies, and Tv Shows
Brian Quinn Biography
A native of New York, New York, United States, Brian Quinn is an American improvisational producer, actor, and comedian from the New York City borough of Brooklyn. He is a member of The Tenderloins, a comedy troupe also consisting of formerly Joe Gatto, James Murray, and Sal Vulcano.
Brian Quinn Age
Quinn is 46 years old as of 2022. He was born on 14 March 1976 in New York, New York, United States. He celebrates his birthday on 14 March every year.
Brian Quinn Height
Quinn stands at a height of 5 feet and 10 inches(1.79m) tall and weighs84 kg(185lbs).
Brian Quinn Education
Quinn attended Monsignor Farrell High School. Along with Gatto, Vulcano, and Murray he was a member of his high school’s Improvisation Club. He studied at Brooklyn College before joining the New York City Fire Department, where he served for eight years.
Brian Quinn Family
Quinn was born and raised in New York, the United States by his parents. His father is James Quinn who served in the Air force, and his mother is Carol Murphy. He has two brothers, one elder brother Jim and a younger brother named Danny. His brother Jim served in the Navy.
Brian Quinn Wife
Quinn is presently not married, and he has never been. The last publicly known Quinn girlfriend is a woman named Emily Amick. She operated as a makeup artist on the Impractical Jokers show. Their relationship was going smoothly, and some people even suspected that they were engaged.
However, the relationship ended after it was discovered that Emily was allegedly seeing someone else while she was still with him. Information regarding his kids is not mentioned anywhere. We will update this section.
Brian Quinn Net Worth
Quinn has an estimated net worth of $7 million.
Brian Quinn Podcasts
What Say You?, an occasional podcast hosted by Quinn, and Sal Vulcano was named Best New Show at the 2013 Stitcher Awards. The increased favor for What Say You sparked a friendly competition among the comedians, spurring James Murray and Joe Gatto to release their own Tenderloins podcast without the other two members.
In 2015, What Say You? was nominated for the Comedy, Entertainment, and Best Produced Podcast Awards at the 10th Annual Podcast Awards. Quinn and Vulcano have stated that the podcast is their own side project, not a substitute for The Tenderloins Podcast. The set illustrated that it was hard to coordinate the schedules of all four members outside of work, making it challenging to produce their troupe’s official podcast with any regularity.
Brian Quinn Career
Despite not being an initial member of his friends’ comedy troupe The Tenderloins, after one of the original members, Mike Boccio, left the group in 2006, Quinn became the troupe’s then-fourth member.
The Tenderloins began producing comedy sketches together, posting them on YouTube, Myspace, and Metacafe, accumulating millions of views online. In 2007, the troupe won the $100,000 grand prize in the NBC It’s Your Show competition for the sketch “Time Thugs”.
Brian Quinn Movies and Tv Shows
- Impractical Jokers Since 2011
- Impractical Jokers: The Movie 2020
- Impractical Jokers: Inside Jokes Since 2016
- Impractical Jokers: After Party Since 2017
- Jokers Wild 2014
- The Misery Index Since 2019
- Impractical Jokers: Dinner Party
- Victor Crowley 2017
- Jay and Silent Bob Reboot 2019
- Tell ‘Em Steve-Dave Puppet Theatre
- Vulgar Tell ’em Steve-Dave: 2018 Christmas Special
- Clerk 2021
- Tell ‘Em Steve-Dave: Live at the Gramercy Theatre Big Helium Dog 1999
- Jay & Silent Bob’s Super Groovy Cartoon Movie! 2013
- Say Whaaat? Since 2017
- Some Guys Are Bigger Than Others
- Warshots 1996 The Adventures of Umbweki 2009
- Impractical Jokers Judging Joe
- Ham, un chimpanzé dans l’espace
- Calls Suspendu
- Ghosts 2008 L’équilibre de la terreur 2006
- A Terrorist Ate My Brain