QUINN SHEPHARD BIOGPRAPHY
Quinn Shephard was born February 28, 1995.
She had her breakthrough into Hollywood in 2006 with Unaccompanied Minors in 2006 for which she was nominated for a Young Artist Award in 2007 under the category of Best Young Ensemble in a Feature Film.
She started acting when she was young, and starred in Harrison’s Flowers in 2000, From Other Worlds in 2004.
In 2009 she had a small role in Assassination of a High School President with Mischa Barton.
She starred in the play The Crucible in 2010 at Playhouse 22 in the role of Abigail Williams and in 2011 she guest-starred on Law and Order: Special Victims Unit in the episode “Lost Traveler” as unlikely suspect Emma Butler. In 2012 Shephard played the role of Olive Flaxton in the CBS pilot “Trooper“, and had a recurring role on CBS’s Made in Jersey as Kate Garretti (unfortunately only one episode featuring Shephard aired: “Ridgewell”).
At 18, Quinn landed a big role in CBS’s 2013/2014 series Hostages. She plays Morgan Sanders (the daughter of Toni Colettes character).
Also, Quinn is a writer/filmmaker whose work has been featured in the Garden State Film Festival. She just completed writing her first feature-length screenplay, “Blame.”
Quinn Shephard was born and raised in the New York City.