Quinn Shephard is an American actress, director, producer, and screenwriter for film and television.

Early Life

Quinn Shephard was born and grew up in New Jersey and the surrounding New York area.


Quinn started acting when she was just 5 years old; her first role was Margaux Lloyd in Harrison's Flowers (2001). One of her most famous roles was Donna Malone in the 2006 Christmas film Unaccompanied Minors. She also starred as Morgan Sanders in the CBS television series Hostages, which ran from 2013 to 2014. She even made cameo appearances in several TV shows, including Law and Order: Special Victims UnitMade in JerseyThe BlacklistBelieve, and two episodes of Person of Interest, in which she portrayed Claire Mahoney. Quinn’s most recent film role is Abigail Grey in the 2017 film Blame, which she also directed, wrote, and produced. Her mother, Laurie Shephard, assisted her with making the film.


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