Quinn VanAntwerp is an actor, writer and producer based in Los Angeles and New York City. He is best known for his work as the longest running Bob Gaudio in the Broadway Company of the Tony Award Winning Musical, Jersey Boys, as well as recurring roles on AMC’s Better Call Saul and Showtime’s The Affair.
After a 15 year career as a stage and TV actor Quinn went back to school during the pandemic to strengthen his skills as a writer and producer, focusing his study on Documentary and scripted stories and where those two genres intersect.
As an actor he has also appeared on I’m Dying Up Here, Blue Bloods, The Good Wife, Elementary, Shades of Blue, Nurse Jackie and The Following, the Broadway Company of The Play the Goes Wrong and most recently Ma Rainey's Black Bottom and the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
While starring in Jersey Boys, Quinn performed on the Today Show, Good Morning America, The TONY Awards, and the CBS Thanksgiving Day Parade. He has performed for President Barack Obama and Former President Bill Clinton, and he is the creator and host of the podcast The Inheritance Project.
Quinn has a BA in Theatre from The University of California, Irvine and a Masters in Television, Radio & Film from Syracuse Universities Newhouse School of Communications.