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About Colin Quinn

Colin Quinn began his comic career in New York as a regular on the comedy show circuit. He also co-hosted MTV's popular game show "Remote Control." At the end of that show's run, he hosted his own MTV show, "Colin Quinn's Manly World," a sports/comedy show. While also at MTV, he wrote and starred in the comedy short "Going Back to Brooklyn" with Ben Stiller. Colin also took on the hosting duties for "Caroline's Comedy Hour," a weekly show on the A&E network that showcased up and coming, as well as popular, stand-up comics.

In addition to his television work, Colin has also appeared in movies, including "Who's the Man?," "Married to the Mob," "A Night at the Roxbury" and "Comedian." He also was the associate producer and screenwriter for "Celtic Pride."

Colin was also a writer and feature player on NBC's, "Saturday Night Live," hosting Weekend Update. He also established the recurring character "The Thank You Guy."

Colin Quinn's work also includes Comedy Central's "Tough Crowd with... Read More »

Colin Quinn began his comic career in New York as a regular on the comedy show circuit. He also co-hosted MTV's popular game show "Remote Control." At the end of that show's run, he hosted his own MTV show, "Colin Quinn's Manly World," a sports/comedy show. While also at MTV, he wrote and starred in the comedy short "Going Back to Brooklyn" with Ben Stiller. Colin also took on the hosting duties for "Caroline's Comedy Hour," a weekly show on the A&E network that showcased up and coming, as well as popular, stand-up comics.

In addition to his television work, Colin has also appeared in movies, including "Who's the Man?," "Married to the Mob," "A Night at the Roxbury" and "Comedian." He also was the associate producer and screenwriter for "Celtic Pride."

Colin was also a writer and feature player on NBC's, "Saturday Night Live," hosting Weekend Update. He also established the recurring character "The Thank You Guy."

Colin Quinn's work also includes Comedy Central's "Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn," an "in-your-face" discussion forum held with other stand-up comedians.