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Quinn was born in Chicago, Illinois. Son of Brian Quinn, an Advertising Executive, and Tamara Quinn, founder of Pulling Down the Moon. He has a twin sister named Courtney
Growing up, Kevin Quinn was involved in Musical Theater productions at the Children's Theater of Winnetka, a well known, very successful, theatre company. After attending New Trier High School, top ranked in the nation, he began his professional career by appearing in episodes of Shameless and Chicago P.D. Before being on Disney, he auditioned for season 12 of American Idol. He wound up being one of the top 60 males in the country. He then played Jonny in Steppenwolf Theater's production of Lord of the Flies, and a boy in a Chicago Shakespeare Theater adaption of Henry V. Quinn's feature film debut was in the 2015 independent film Kids and Ghosts.
|2015||Kids and Ghosts||Rex||Post-production|
|2013||American Idol||Himself||Season 12|
|2014||Chicago P.D.||Nate Hansen||"Get My Cigarettes" (Season 2, Episode 2)|
|2015||Shameless||17 Year Old Boy||"I'm the Liver" (Season 5, Episode 2)|
|2016||Adventures in Babysitting||Zac Chase||Television film|
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