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|Spouse(s)||Giovanna Cicutto (1988–present)|
Quinn was born in Rome, Italy, a son of the Mexican-American actor Anthony Quinn and his wife Iolanda (born Jolanda Addolori). Quinn was raised in the United States and Italy and presently lives in Barcelona in Spain. Quinn began practicing art as a painter in the early 1980s when he enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts in New York City.
Quinn professionally acted in the late 1980s, portraying the young Italian violin maker Antonio Stradivari in the 1988 Italian film Stradivari, directed by Giacomo Battiato. Quinn's father Anthony starred as the adult Stradivari. Quinn subsequently starred as the Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dalí in Dalí, alongside English actress Sarah Douglas portraying his wife Gala. Quinn won the best new actor award at the Biarritz Film Festival for his work on Dalí.
Equilibrium, an exhibition of Quinn’s sculptures, followed in November 2009, coinciding with the installation of Give and Take III in Berkeley Square for six months. Included in the show were several new sculptures, including What Came First? – male and female forms lying in egg-shaped hemispheres – and Home Sweet Home – a marble woman cocooned in barbed wire.
"Support" 2019 at the Ca’ Sagredo Hotel, Venice. Among other commissions, for the people of Birmingham, Quinn created the sculpture Tree of Life representing those that had perished in the Birmingham air raids in World War II.
He also has a permanent exhibition at the Rafart Gallery in Almenar, Spain.
Quinn designed the 'Ride The World' trophy for the MOTO GP championships.
Quinn supports many charities. Proceeds from the sale of his sculpture Friendship Fish went to environmental causes. He was a Young Artists Patron for Unesco. He donated the sculpture Hope to the Blind Museum (Museo Tiflológico) in Madrid, Spain. He also designed the "Children In Need" award which was awarded to Heather Mills and Phil Collins in 2005.
Quinn also co-owns an Italian Restaurant Galeria Gastronomica situated in Barcelona, which is also the setting for many of his sculptures. Most of the restaurant's hardware items such as the cutlery were designed by him.
|1988||Onassis: The Richest Man in the World||Alexander Onassis||TV movie.|
|1989||Stradivari||Antonio Stradivari (young)|
|1994||Alles Glück dieser Erde||Renato Tucci||TV series.|
|1998||Bomba de relojería||Luca Squarcina|
|1999||Tierra de cañones||Eduard de Sicart|
|Oriundi||Young Giuseppe Padovani|
|Camino de Santiago||Sebastián||TV mini-series.|
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