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Brian Quinn Bio, Age, Height, Family, Girlfriend, Education, Career, Net Worth

Brian Quinn Biography

A native of Brooklyn, New York, Brian Quinn (Brian Michael “Q” Quinn) is an American improvisational comedian, actor, and producer. In addition, Quinn is a member of The Tenderloins, a comedy troupe also consisting of Sal Vulcano, James Murray, and formerly Joe Gatto.

Brian Quinn Age|Birthday

Quinn was born on March 14, 1976. Therefore, he is 46 years old as of 2022 and celebrates his birthday on 14th March every year.

Brian Quinn Height|Weight

Quinn’s height is 5 feet 10 1/2 inches (approximately 179 centimeters). Moreover, he weighs 84 kilograms.

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Brian Quinn Family

Quinn was born in the borough of Brooklyn, New York City, the United States to his parents James (father) and Caril Murphy (mother). However, before he was two years old, they moved to Staten Island. Brian’s of Irish and Italian ancestry.

Brian Quinn Girlfriend

Quinn’s girlfriend is Emily Amick, a successful make-up artist who has sandwiched acting into her fashion career. Moreover, Emily is known for her work on a few films such as Lightning in a Bottle (2012), Some Guys Are Bigger Than Others (2014), as well as Impractical Jokers (2011).

Brian Quinn Education

Quin went to Monsignor Farrell High School. In addition, along with Murray, Gatto, and Vulcano, Brian was a member of his school’s Improvision Club. Moreover, the comedian attended Brooklyn College prior to joining the New York City Fire Department where he served for eight years.

Brian Quinn Career

Early career

Quinn became The Tenderloins troupe’s fourth member after Mike Boccio left the group in 2006. However, Brian was not an initial member of his friend’s comedy troupe.

Moreover, the troupe began producing comedy sketches together posting them on YouTube, Myspace, and Metacafe. This led to their accumualtion of millions of views online. Furthermore, in 2007, The Tenderloins won the $100,000 grand prize in the NBC’s Its Your Show competition for the sketch “Time Thugs”.

Impractical jokers and other television shows

On December 15, 2011, Impractical Jokers premiered on Tru TV with the first season being watched by over 32 million viewers. Moreover, Quinn has been boosted by the Tru Tv show into the public eye due to its popularity.

In addition, in 2019, the comedian, along with the other members of The Tenderloins starred in The Misery Index based on Andy Breckman’s card game “Shit Happens:”

Furthermore, the movie impractical Jokers was released on February 21, 2020.

Moreover, the comedian had a cameo in the first episode of the second season of 12 Monkey. Additionally, it was first aired in the US on April 18, 2016.

In addition, he has also had a cameo in the fourth episode of the second season of Star Trek: Picard. Moreover, it was first aired in the US on March 25, 2022.


The Tenderloins Podcast

In April 2012, the troupe began hosting a podcast that was available on their official website and iTunes.

What Say You?

Ths occasional podcast was hosted by Quinn and Sal Vulcano. Moreover, it was named Best New Show at the 2013 Stitcher Awards. Moreover, the What Say You podcast increased in popularity and sparked a friendly competition among the comedians. Additionally, this spurred Joe Gatto and James Murray to release their own Tenderloins podcast without the other two members. Moreover, What Say You was nominated for the Comedy Entertainment and Best Produced Podcast Awards at the 10th Annual Podcast Awards. Furthermore, Vulcano and Quinn stated the podcast was not a replacement for The Tenderloins Podcast but their own side project. However, the group said it was challenging to produce their troupe’s official podcast with any regularity as it was difficult to coordinate the schedules of all four members outside of work.

Tell ‘Em Steve-Dave

Moreover, the actor is also a part of the podcast Tel ‘Em Steve-Dave! In addition, he co-hosts with Bryan Johnson and Walt Flanagan. Furthermore, Quinn had the role of off-mic audio engineer when the podcast started in February 2010. However, he became an occasional commentator and ultimately co-host shortly after.

Brian Quinn’s Net Worth

Quinn’s net worth ranges between $5 million and $10 million.