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Everett Quinton

Everett Quinton is an actor and writer, known for Natural Born Killers (1994), Guiding Light (1952) and Pollock (2000). See full bio »
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 2014 The Louise Log (TV Series)
- How to Go Rogue (2014) ... Ethelred
- How to Fix Your Family (Not) (2014) ... Ethelred
- How to Be Chill (2014) ... Ethelred
- How to Shake'n Bake a Marriage (2014) ... Ethelred
- How to Get Out of Crazytown (2014) ... Ethelred
 2013 Nurse Jackie (TV Series)
Bloody Drunk
- Luck of the Drawing (2013) ... Bloody Drunk
 2004 One Year Down (Short)
 2000 Pollock
James Johnson Sweeney
 1997 Law & Order (TV Series)
Jeffrey Weiss
- Passion (1997) ... Jeffrey Weiss
 1989 Wonderland USA (Short)
 1988 Big Business
Window Dresser
 1987 Museum of Wax (Short)
 1987 Hello Again
Occultist #4
 1987 Deadly Illusion
Third Clerk
 1987 Forever, Lulu
 1987 From the Hip
 1986 Legal Eagles
Attorney #1
 1985 Miami Vice (TV Series)
Homosexual Pusher
- The Prodigal Son (1985) ... Homosexual Pusher
 1952 Guiding Light (TV Series)
Keymar (1999)
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 1987 Museum of Wax (Short)
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 1987 Museum of Wax (Short) (producer)

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He acted in Charles Ludlam's play, "Exquisite Torture (A Romantic Ecstasy) in a Ridiculous Theatrical Company production at the One Sheridan Square Theatre in New York City with Charles Ludlam in the cast. Charles Ludlam was also director. See more »

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Quinton's life-partner, Charles Ludlam, founded the Ridiculous Theatrical Company in New York City's West Village in 1967. The two co-starred in many RTC productions, written by Ludlam, known for their delightfully wacky, pun-filled, gender-bending humor. After Ludlam died in 1987 (complications from AIDS), Quinton kept the RTC going, but it lasted only another 10 years.

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