Quinn Shephard


Quinn Shephard is a writer, director and actress based out of New York. Shephard grew up in Metuchen, New Jersey and the surrounding New York area. She attended Metuchen High School, which was used to film scenes from her movie Blame. Made her stage debut in the summer of 2000 as Princess Ying Yaowalak in a plays-in-the-park production of The King and I. As an actress, Quinn has appeared in a wide range of films and television shows. She began her film career at 4 1/2 with the war drama Harrison's Flowers (2000), followed up by roles in From Other Worlds (2004) and Assassination of a High School President (2008), before she starred in the Warner Brothers feature Unaccompanied Minors (2006) In high school, Quinn booked a series regular role in the CBS/Jerry Bruckheimer pilot Trooper (2013)and recurred on CBS's Made in Jersey (2012), as well as continuing her education in film (directing/producing a number of student shorts). After graduating early, Quinn teamed up once again with CBS/Jerry Bruckheimer for the 2013/2014 series Hostages (2013). Here she starred alongside Dylan McDermott and Toni Collette. Quinn followed up the run of the series with appearances on The Blacklist (2013) and Believe (2014) before beginning a recurring arc on Person of Interest (2011) and starring in the indie feature Windsor (2018). . Laurie Shephard - Mother . Michael Shephard - Father