Brian Quinn often nicknamed as Q is an American comedian, an actor and a producer. He is known for his impeccable work and versatile talent that he showcased in “Impractical Jokers,” broadcasted by TruTv network. In Impractical Jokers, four friends provoke each other to perform bizarre and brazen daring acts. If any of the four fails or refuses to complete the act, he loses and is liable to punishment. Let’s find out more about how much is Brian Quinn’s net worth in 2018.
Brian Quinn Early Life
Brian Quinn saw the light of the day on March 14, 1976, in Staten Island, New York, United States of America to Carol Murphy and James Quinn. Brian Quinn is the second child of his parents and has an elder brother Jim and a younger brother Danny. They have an Irish and Italian parentage.
Being a toddler, he had a fascination for soccer and is a fervent nut of Manchester United. Manchester United Football Club, often termed as The Red Devils is a professional club nestled in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England. This club competes in the premier league and has a huge fan following.
Brian Quinn did his schooling from Monsignor Farrell High School, and he completed his high school graduation in 1994. Later, he got enrolled at Brooklyn College. After studies, Brian joined the Fire Department, New York and worked as a Firefighter. He also worked at Ladder Company for about seven years.
He occasionally became a trendy icon on social media for his love affairs with the makeup artist of the show “Impractical Jokers.” He came in headlines for many more affairs. It’s said that he’s probably married and has kids but, the family is not introduced to the world.
Brian Quinn Career
Brian accosted a few friends who shared a common interest in drama and came together to fabricate a club called “The Tenderloins.” In his high school, Brian performed on ‘Bye Bye Birdie,’ ‘Meet Me in Saint Louis’, etc. After high school, all the troop mates departed to engage in their own business.
In the 1990s, the troop mates reunited to take their versatile latent talent ahead. They started honing their skills and practiced daily. In 1999, they began their live shows. The Tenderloins troop performed in various patches of the country including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Miami.
Brian Quinn produced various comedy sketches after taking the expertise in 2006 and uploaded those comedy videos on YouTube, Myspace, etc. The videos captured millions of views that starred Brian, Joe, Murr, and Sal. This finally led them to become household names across the globe.
The huge popularity of the troop led to the inception of a yet new comedy show “Impractical Jokers” which is aired on truTV. This show has worldwide demand and viewers. The very first episode of this show was premiered on December 15, 2011. Currently, the show is running its seventh reason which is telecasted in India, Canada, USA, and Australia.
Awards & Achievements
The Tenderloin troop participated in television comedy battles and won ‘It’s Your Show’ by NBC. This fed them with $100 thousand. Brian is also a co-host with his friends Bryan Johnson and Walt Flanagan in a weekly podcast Tell “’Em Steve-Dave!”, Which has the most popular downloads at the iTunes stores. He has also worked on Class of Nuke ‘Em High.
Net Worth of Brian Quinn
Brian Quinn has an estimated net worth of over $500 thousand. He makes a stately amount of money in his career by being an actor, a comedian, and a producer. The prime source of income of Brian is his comedy show “Impractical Jokers.” Apart from this, he bags well from the weekly podcast “Tell ‘Em Steve-Dave!”.
Brian Quinn is a versatile icon with tinges of weirdness and sensibility. He’s deeply attached to his roots. This can be depicted from the fact that he donated about $50 thousand to the Fire Station where he used to work as a Firefighter. This trait of Brian distinguishes him from all other members of his troop and portraits him as a kind soul.