John Joseph Quinlan is an American actor who was born on October 30, 1974. He is a former bodybuilder, professional wrestler, fitness model, fashion model, art model and romance cover model. In 2012 he was an official image model and brand ambassador for the supplement company Nutrabolics. In December 2015, Quinlan was signed on as the lead male actor for the 2019 film, A Sense of Purpose: Fighting For Our Lives by producer Jillian Bullock.
|Born||October 30, 1974|
|Birth place||Winchester, Massachusetts, United States.|
|Occupation||Actor, model, professional wrestler|
|Net Worth||$1 Million-$3 Million (approx.)|
Family Members & Education –
- Father’s Name : Shaun Quinlan
- Mother’s Name : Barbara Quinlan
- Marital Status : Divorced
- Children : 3
- School : Melrose High School
- College : Springfield College & Saint Leo University
- Educational Qualification : Springfield College 1997
Physical Stats –
- Billed height : 5 feet 10 inches
- Billed weight : 104 kg
- Billed from : Athens, Georgia Hell’s Kitchen, New York
- Trained by : Killer Kowalski, Brutus Beefcake
- Eyes Colour : Hazel
Quinlan began weight training as a teenager to become stronger for sports. Shortly after graduating from Springfield College in 1997, he competed in bodybuilding and fitness.
In 1998, Quinlan competed in the North American Bodybuilding Association (NABF). In October he placed first in the Junior Class and fourth in the Men’s Open Light Heavyweight division at the NABF Tri-State Pro-Am. He won the Junior Class and earned a third-place finish in the Men’s Open Light Heavyweight Division two weeks later at the NABF USA Junior Nationals. During this time Quinlan was coached by Jeff Walsh, Billy Conserva and Lawrence Cuzzi, with the assistance of Jim Cinelli, Manuel “Manny” Catalano Jr. and John Georgopolous. He was sponsored by Scott and Eric Kenworthy, owners of World Gym, Lynnfield, Massachusetts, and Pumphouse Nutrition. On November 7, 1998, at the NABF Pro-Am America Nationals and Fitness Expo held in the Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Providence, Rhode Island, Quinlan finished second overall in the Junior Class.
Fitness and modeling competitions
In June 2011, he competed as a sports model at the Musclemania Model Universe Championships as part of Musclemania’s Universe Weekend in Miami. He modeled Tulio brand swimwear and clubwear by Sean John. His themewear consisted of black and gold Gladiator style Muay Thai trunks by Siamtops with Twins Special 12 oz. boxing gloves. He was one of the most tattooed models in the competition. Quinlan suffered a torn groin and grade three hamstring tear one month prior to this event.
Quinlan has modeled products and brands of apparel for Perry Ellis, Energy Bomb Sports Drink, Truly Huge, JUSTUS Clothing Co., Joe Snyder, XWear, Teamm8, Male Basics, Muchachomalo (Netherlands), Croota, Tribe (Australia), Sweat Collection, DMK, 4Skins, Modus Vivendi by Christos Bibitsos (Greece), Xzytes, Toot (Tokyo, Japan), Ergowear (Santiago, Chile), Diego Barberi (Switzerland), Audace, Dietz, Way Funky Co., Men's Fit, Man by Peter Morrissey, Unapproved Clothing Co., Tiger Underwear, Boqari, BIG BOYS, Stunt Gear Inc., HOM, The Todd Sanfield Collection, Nutrabolics, No Limits Underwear, Athletic Xtreme Supplement Company, Swole Gym Gear, Ken Fron Jewelry and Tulalip Casino.