Who Is Quinn VanAntwerp? Everything On His Age, Girlfriend And His Net Worth

Who Is Quinn VanAntwerp? Everything On His Age, Girlfriend And His Net Worth

Quinn VanAntwerp is an American Broadway and Television actor based in Los Angeles and New York City. His age hasn’t been revealed to date. His details regarding his girlfriend have also not been unveiled.

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. His home town is in Ukiah, California.

He has played a major role in I’m Dying Up Here, Blue Bloods, The Good Wife, Elementary, Shades of Blue, Nurse Jackie, and The Following, and in the Broadway Company of The Play the Goes Wrong.  

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Know About  Quinn VanAntwerp Age And Girlfriend

Quinn’s age details haven’t been unveiled. He is very secretive regarding his personal information and hasn’t revealed much about it. 

His affairs and girlfriend news has also not been revealed to the public.

How Much Is His Net Worth? 

Quinn’s net worth is still under review. 

Know More About Quinn VanAntwerp

While he was starring in Jersey Boys, he 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 a former President Bill Clinton, guest-hosted Network Morning shows across the country. He has also performed in the National Anthem at numerous MLB, NFL, and NBA games, including multiple performances at Madison Square Garden as well.

Since his childhood, he has been surrounded by artistic women. His mother a teacher of dance, his aunt runs San Jose Rep, and another aunt, Holly Near, is a well-renowned folk singer. He said “When I was 13, Holly took me to New York,” he recalls, “and an hour before her concert, she asked if I wanted to sing backup. I ended up on stage at Studio 54 with Margaret Cho and Ani DiFranco.”