Thomas Quinn

Thomas Quinn worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Quinn kickstarted his acting career in various films such as the Michael Ontkean romance "Voices" (1978), the Sterling Hayden drama "King of the Gypsies" (1978) and the drama "And Justice For All" (1979) with Al Pacino. He also appeared in "Soup For One" (1982), "Witness" (1985) and the Timothy Hutton drama "Turk 182" (1985). His film career continued throughout the eighties in productions like the comedy "Odd Jobs" (1987) with Paul Reiser, the Steve Guttenberg blockbuster comedy "Three Men and A Baby" (1987) and the dramatic sports film "Homeboy" (1988) with Mickey Rourke. Quinn had a number of different projects under his belt in the nineties and the early 2000s, including "Movie Monsters Revealed" (TLC, 1999-2000), "Beyond Bizarre: Haunted Houses and Warring Robots" and "Weird Worlds: Cults and Secret Societies" (TLC, 2000-01). His credits also expanded to "Weird Worlds: Rites of Passage" (TLC, 2000-01) and "Double Whammy" (2001). Most recently, Quinn wrote "I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant" (TLC, 2008-2011). Quinn was nominated for an Outstanding Nonfiction Special Primetime Emmy Award in 2005.