- David Quinn is an American actor, entrepreneur and teacher, currently serving as a Coordinator and Instructor of English in The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, Theory of Knowledge at a high school in the Seattle area
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David Quinn (actor) facts
- In 2014, he founded The High School Counselor Challenge, a national social-media campaign with the goal of getting more public-school counselors from underserved communities to one of the admission profession’s premier gatherings: The annual NACAC conference
- As an educator, Quinn is a 2009 Recipient of the US Presidential Scholars Program’s Teacher Recognition Award
- In 2013, Quinn was honored by Northwestern University as one of the Distinguished Secondary Teachers in America
- In 2013, he was selected as a Claes Nobel Educator of the Year and named one of the top ten educators in America
- Quinn began acting at the age of four, starting out as a regular on the enduring children's program Sesame Street
- Between 1986–1988, he was the host of 3-2-1 Contact, the educational science series produced for The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)
- In 1988, he hosted the TV series "I Have AIDS, A Teenager's Story" with noted AIDS advocate, Ryan White
- The program won the Peabody Award
- As a teen, Quinn went to noted performing arts training center Stagedoor Manor in New York for many summers, and roomed with friend Jon Cryer
- In 1985, Quinn performed in the original Live Aid concert in Philadelphia, singing in the show's finale with the group "Children to Children"
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