Facts of Brian Quinn
|Full Name:||Brian Quinn|
|Age:||43 years 10 months|
|Birth Date:||March 14, 1976|
|Lucky Color:||Sea Green|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Cancer, Scorpio|
|Birth Place:||Staten Island, New York City, New York, United States|
|Father's Name:||James Quinn|
|Mother's Name:||Carol Murphy|
|Education:||Monsignor Farrell High School|
|Height / How tall? :||5 feet 10 inches (1.79m)|
|Net Worth:||$500 thousand|
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All of us are aware of the popular show ‘Impractical Jokers’. This comedy show by the illustrious American comedy troupe called Tenderloins on truTV premiered on 15 December 2011. It also airs on Comedy Central in UK, Ireland, and India. Brian ‘Q’ Quinn gained fame due to this show and his being an integral part of Tenderloins.
Brian Quinn birth, age, parents, brother, education
Brian Quinn’s life started on 14 March 1976 in Staten Island, New York City, New York, the USA. He was born to Carol Murphy and James Quinn. He has two brothers and is the middle of them. His elder brother is Jim and his younger brother is Danny. He holds American nationality and is of mixed (Irish and Italian) descent.
Brian was very fond of drama and acting from a very small age. He also was good at sports. He also enjoyed performing in musicals. Brian studied at Monsignor Farrell High School.
Brian Quinn’s career before joining Tenderloins
Brian Quinn had done a number of odd jobs before finally settling in the acting line. Brian used to work at Fulton Fish Market as a fish hauler during his high school days. In 1997, he was working for Kevin Smith, founder of ViewAskew. Brian was also a student of Brooklyn College and during those days worked as a joy ride operator with Beachland Amusements.
He then took the job of a video clerk at Blockbuster. He then joined the New York Fire Department as a fireman.
It was in 1996 when he got a small role in the movie Warshots. In 1999, he was an extra in Kevin Smith’s film Dogma. He acted in Big Helium Dog and as a traffic cop in thriller film Vulgar. He continued to do films even after he joined Tenderloins in 2007.
Brian Quinn- The Tenderloins
Tenderloins switched to comedic sketches in 2006 and Brian replaced Mike Boccio as the 4th member. Their comedic sketches became a hit and have been uploaded to YouTube, MySpace, Metacafe, and other platforms. The troupe also won $ 100,000 grand prize for the NBC’s ‘It’s Your Show’ competition.
Due to his association with the troupe, Brian got a chance to be part of TV, films, radio, podcast, and live shows. Brian has continued with his independent acting career as well. He is also part of the truTV show ‘Impractical Jokers’ which has been liked by their fans worldwide.
Brian Quinn’s legal and health issues
Brian Quinn has done the least number of episodes of Impractical Jokers. He had to miss quite a number of episodes since he suffered from meningitis and encephalitis and was out of action for several weeks due to it.
During a performance in Germany, Brian landed into a fight with the local police and was punched in the face by them.
He lost one of his teeth due to it. He was also arrested and put into prison and had to be bailed out by them. He also suffers from depression and has talked about it on Tell ‘Em Steve-Dave!. He also suffered a bone-fracturing accident while filming for Impractical Jokers in 2016. He also has a phobia of spiders.
Brian’s relationships and girlfriends
Brian’s fans are ever curious to know more about him which includes his relationship status. Brian is not married and has no children. He was in few relationships in the past which however did not succeed.
The last relationship that he was in was that with the makeup artist of Impractical Jokers. She was Emily Amick but they have supposedly broken and he is single now.
Brian Quinn is active on social media. He has over 1 million followers on Instagram, 365k followers on Facebook, and over 974k followers on Twitter.