Quincy Fouse was an American actor who broke out in 2018 when he joined the cast of the supernatural TV series "Legacies" (The CW, 2018-). Born and raised in Indianapolis, Fouse began acting when he was in his early teens. A naturally gifted performer, Fouse started out playing the trumpet at his Indiana high school. Before long, however, he eventually gravitated towards acting and was soon attending an acting workshop for teenagers in Ohio. It was there that Fouse was discovered by a talent manager, who quickly signed him, but with one caveat: the manager wanted Fouse to move to L.A. With just a few months left until he was set to graduate from high school, Fouse made the wise decision of postponing his big move to Hollywood and instead decided to finish his schooling. In the meantime, he worked three jobs in order to save money for the move. After graduating, and with three thousand dollars in his pocket, Fouse finally made the move to sunny Los Angeles to begin his professional acting career. He may have only been 17 upon his arrival, but Fouse wasted no time and immediately began auditioning. After nabbing a couple of bit parts on television, Fouse landed his first recurring role on the ABC comedy "The Goldbergs" (ABC, 2014-). He followed that role up by nabbing a part in the action film "Logan" (2017), which further cemented his status as a talented young actor on the rise. Then in 2018 Fouse joined the cast of The CW supernatural series "Legacies," which premiered in the fall of 2018. Furthermore, Fouse also nabbed a recurring role on the Netflix comedy series "All About the Washingtons" (Netflix, 2018-). That series premiered on the streaming network in August of 2018.