Terrance Quinn widely known as Terry O' Quinn, is an American Actor. He was born on July 15, 1966, at War Memorial Hospital in Sault Ste, Michigan, United States. He was one of eleven siblings and grew up in Newberry, Michigan. He completed his education from the Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant and the University of Iowa. Terrance changed his surname from Quinn to O' Quinn as some other actor had already registered under the name Terrance Quinn. Around the year 1970, he came to Baltimore and acted in the Center Stage production of Tartuffe. He remained there for a few years and appeared along with the late Tana Hicken.
Terrance is not only an actor by also playwright/director who during his University days wrote and directed the musical Orchestrina. In 1980's he began appearing in various films like Silver Bullet, Tombstone, Heaven's Gate, and as Howard Hughes in The Rocketeer. He also did a Canadian horror movie named in 1988, starring David Hewlett. O'Quinn had great small screen television career appearing in several shows like Miami Vice, Moonlighting,
: The Next Generation, The Twilight Zone, etc. In the year 1995, he made a guest appearance on the show The X-Files who also appeared in the movie with the same name. Terrance won an Emmy award for Outstanding Supporting Actor for the show Lost in 2007.