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Brian Quinn was born on the 14th March 1976 in Staten, New York City USA. He is best known to the world for being a comedian and actor, who has been the fourth member of the New York comedy troupe named “The Tenderloins”. He is also recognized for being an active TV producer. His career in the entertainment industry began in 1999.
Have you ever wondered how rich is Brian Quinn? According to sources, it is estimated that the overall size of Brian Quinn’s net worth is equal to $500,000, which has been earned through his activities in the entertainment industry as a comedian and actor. There is no doubt that his wealth will become higher in the near future as he develops his career.
Brian Quinn Net Worth $500,000
Brian Quinn grew up in Staten Island, where he attended elementary school, Monsignor Farrell High School, Brooklyn College as well as the College of Staten Island. Brian`s acting career began at the age of 10 in 1986, when he was cast as a Monster in the comedy horror film “Class Of Nuke`Em High”. However, he focused on school, and resumed his career 10 years later. In 1996, his net worth increased as he was featured in the film “Warshots”, but his career began to improve from 1999, as in that year Brian was cast in the film “Big Helium Dog”, but what really effected on his net worth was the forming of the comedy troupe “The Tenderloins”, alongside Joseph Gato, Salvatore Vulcano and James S. “Murr” Murray.
From that point on, Brian has dedicated himself to comedy; in the beginning the troupe performed live comedy sketches in USA cities such as Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, San Francisco and Miami. After few years of the live performances, they decided to take their career on to the next level, recording their sketches and posting them on MySpace and YouTube. They also participated in the NBC TV show “It`s Your Show” in 2007, winning the first prize worth $100, 000.
They continued filming their sketches, and even wrote a script for a TV series, however, after a pilot episode it was cancelled. Nevertheless, in 2011 luck smiled on them, and Brian and the rest of the company signed a contract with truTV, and soon started their own show entitled “Impractical Jokers”. Their show became popular in no time, expanding the series into three more seasons. So far, the group has filmed 90 episodes, which is the main source of Brian`s net worth.
In adding to his net worth, Brian with his colleague and friend Salvatore Vulcano have created a podcast entitled “What You Say”, which won the Stitcher award for the Best New Show in 2013.
It was also nominated in 2015 for several categories, including the Best Produced Podcast award.
When it comes to Brian Quinn’s personal life, nothing is known about it by the media; only the fact that he is a fan of soccer and a big supporter of Manchester United.