Award winning actor Quinn Lord, currently starring in Amazon's hit series “Man in the High Castle,” has also starred in hit TV shows including “Once Upon a Time,” “Fringe,” “Supernatural,” and “Smallville,” among others. Film credits include Warner Bros/Legendary Films cult favorite “Trick ‘R Treat” with Brian Cox and Anna Paquin, Terry Giliam's “Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus” alongside Oscar winner Christopher Plummer and Andrew Garfield, “The Hole 3D” directed by Joe Dante, and “Things We Lost in the Fire” alongside Oscar winners Halle Berry and Benicio Del Toro. Quinn has also starred in the Hallmark Channel original movie “Call Me Mrs. Miracle” with Doris Roberts.
Quinn has had a love for acting and entertainment since he was 5 years old. From the moment he could speak, Quinn started memorizing, mimicking, and performing everything he set his sights on, gathering an audience wherever he could. His love for improv, his knack for storytelling and his amazing memory were apparent early on, and his parents enrolled him in a children’s improv class. Quinn was discovered at the age of six and was ready to try out television and film. His first television role was for “Terminal City,” in which he played the role of “Marmaduke.”
Quinn has been nominated for 2 Young Artist Awards and has won 1 Young Entertainers award for his role in Amazon's “Man in the High Castle.” Quinn is currently shooting season 2 of “Man in the High Castle” and other new exciting projects.