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Paddy Quinn (II)


Paddy Quinn is an actor and director, known for High Low Forty (2017), Massholes (2012) and This Is Mike Stud (2016). See full bio »
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Known For

High Low Forty
High Low Forty Joe Cooper
(2017)
Massholes
Massholes Paddy
(2012-2013)
This Is Mike Stud
(2016)

Filmography

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 2017 High Low Forty
Joe Cooper
 2015 Pour Us Both a Drink (Short)
Paddy
 2014 Missing William
Bouncer (uncredited)
 2012-2013 Massholes (TV Series)
Paddy
- The Fahkin' Finale (2013) ... Paddy
- Moving Day (2013) ... Paddy
- The Gentleman's Conga (2013) ... Paddy
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 2017 High Low Forty (producer)
 2016 This Is Mike Stud (TV Series documentary) (producer - 7 episodes)
- These Days (2016) ... (producer)
- Man Down (2016) ... (producer)
- Soft as Baby Sh#*T (2016) ... (producer)
- Don't Miss Bus Call (2016) ... (producer)
- Rules of the Road (2016) ... (producer)
 2012 Massholes (TV Series) (producer)
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 2017 High Low Forty (screenplay) / (story) / (story by) / (writer)
 2012 Massholes (TV Series)
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 2014 Missing William (production staff)
 2010 Shutter Island (production assistant - uncredited)
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6' 3" (1.91 m)

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