27 February 1975
Box Hill, Victoria, Australia
6 October 2018 (aged 43)|
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
|Occupation||Disability advocate, actor|
|Notable work||Mad Max: Fury Road|
Kenihan was born in Box Hill, Victoria in 1975 and first came to the attention of the public aged seven when he was the feature of a documentary by Australian journalist Mike Willesee. He later was the host of a Ten Network television show Quentin Crashes. In 2016, Kenihan participated in a lengthy television interview with Ray Martin.
He appeared in the 2015 film Mad Max: Fury Road in the role of Corpus Colossus. Kenihan died in Adelaide on 6 October 2018. His suspected cause of death was an asthma attack. He had nominated to stand as a councillor for the City of Adelaide at the elections on 9 November 2018.
|2015||Mad Max: Fury Road||Corpus Colossus|
|2007||Dr. Plonk||Man on Trolley|
|2005||You and Your Stupid Mate||Hot Pants 69|
- Kenihan, Quentin (2016). Quentin : not all superheroes wear capes. Sydney: Hachette Australia. ISBN 9780733635359.
- Kenihan, Kerry (1985). Quentin. Ringwood: Penguin. ISBN 0140070087.
- Miller, Benjamin (7 October 2018). "Disability advocate Quentin Kenihan dies". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 7 October 2018.
- Keane, Daniel (7 October 2018). "Quentin Kenihan, disability advocate and actor, dies in Adelaide aged 43". ABC News. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 7 October 2018.
- Clark, Georgia (7 October 2018). "Disability Advocate Quentin Kenihan Has Died, Aged 43". Ten Daily. Network Ten. Retrieved 7 October 2018.
- Martin, Ray (2016). "Quentin Kenihan Uncensored". A Current Affair. Retrieved 7 October 2018.
- Press, Australian Associated (2018-10-07). "Quentin Kenihan: Australian author, actor and disability advocate dies". the Guardian. Retrieved 2018-10-07.
- "Disability advocate Quentin Kenihan dies in Adelaide, aged 43". ABC News. 2018-10-07. Retrieved 2018-10-07.
- "Quentin Kenihan: Adelaide actor and disability advocate dies". www.9news.com.au. Retrieved 8 October 2018.
- "KENIHAN, Quentin". Local Government Association of South Australia. 7 October 2018. Retrieved 8 October 2018 – via www.lga.sa.gov.au.
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