Sean McNabb

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Sean McNabb
Born (1965-09-24) September 24, 1965 (age 49)
Origin South Bend, Indiana, USA
Genres Hard rock, heavy metal
Occupation(s) Musician, actor
Instruments Bass guitar
Associated acts Quiet Riot
House of Lords
Badd Boyz
Great White
Rough Cutt

Sean McNabb (born September 24, 1965) is an American actor, musician/bassist and singer.

McNabb was born in South Bend, Indiana. At age 21, he became the bass player of the 80s metal band Quiet Riot,.[1]

McNabb joined Dokken as their bassist in 2009 and was a mainstay with the band until 2014. He has recorded over 35 CDs in his discography. He has also toured and recorded with House of Lords, Great White, Lynch Mob, Montrose, Edgar Winter, Maya, Bad Moon Rising, Rough Cutt, and XYZ. Sean can be heard on the Dr. Phil Show in the music tracks and the I'm Loving It, McDonald's breakfast commercials. Sean has also performed with several pop artists, country, blues, and folk singer/songwriters.

In addition to music, he is acting in Hollywood in film and television, most recently on FX TV's Sons of Anarchy and as Host of Best of AXS TV Concerts 2012 - Legends of Rock. He starred along TV and Broadway greats in Los Angeles plays. He has appeared in films, TV and in commercials. He was on the cover, and was profiled, by the Beverly Hills Times as a rising star in the world of acting.

McNabb is also active in the Los Angeles charity scene (including celebrity golf tournaments and Harley rides), appearing in such magazines as Angeleno, and LA Confidential. He is engaged to Los Angeles based KTTV news anchor Christine Devine.


With Quiet Riot[edit]

With House of Lords[edit]

With Badd Boyz[edit]

  • Bad Boyz (1993)

With Great White[edit]

With XYZ[edit]

  • Letter to God (2003)

With Dokken (tour)[edit]

  • Lightning Strikes Again (2009–10)

With Dokken[edit]

With Rough Cutt[edit]

  • Sneak Peek EP (2000)


  1. ^ Bukszpan, Daniel; Dio, Ronnie James (2003-10-01). The Encyclopedia of Heavy Metal. Barnes & Noble Publishing. pp. 186–. ISBN 978-0-7607-4218-1. Retrieved 10 May 2011.