Joseph Quinn: Early Life and Career full information

Joseph Quinn

Joseph Quinn (born 15 May 1993) is a Hollywood actor. He is primarily known for his work, especially on British television, he also starred in several shows such as Dickensian in the year (2016) and the miniseries Howards End (2017), and Catherine the Great (2019). He also had supporting roles in the channel BBC series Les Misérables and Strike. In the current year 2022, he was introduced to a wider range of audiences as Eddie Munson in the famous Tv series Stranger Things in season 4.

Joseph Quinn

Early Life:

Joseph Quinn was born in the year 1993 in London, England, and was raised in South London, he attended and completed his schooling in the independent school Emanuel School from 2007 to 2012; he was also awarded a scholarship as a part of their scholar program drama. He subsequently attended drama school at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and graduated in 2015.


He was cast in the main role of Arthur Havisham on BBC One a  famous television series Dickensian. The show premiered in December the year of 2015. In the subsequent years, he acted on the London stage at the National Theatre and Off West End. He starred in the 2017 four-part series Howards End as Leonard Bast, a young cashier, opposite Hayley Atwell. Same year, he appeared in the HBO series Game of Thrones in Season 7 as a Stark soldier, Koner.

In 2022, he played the role of Eddie Munson in Season 4 of Stranger Things. He was cast in 2019 with filming going down in 2021.

While on a possibility from the production’s six-month shoot, Quinn found time to star in his first moving-picture show, Makeup, written and directed by the UK’s Claire Oakley and co-starring Molly Windsor.  “It’s ambitious,” he says of the project. “I play Tom who works in an exceedingly holiday park over summer. Every kind of stuff goes down when his girlfriend involves stomach him.”

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