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Pat Quinn

Pat Quinn


Partner/Manager, Quinn Media Management

Pat Quinn started Quinn Media Management in 2008. The company opens doors to Hollywood for international companies. QMM identifies potential deals, makes "just right" introductions and creates profitable, long-term business ventures for clients.

QMM clients consist of international television series and formats, leading European broadcasters, and other media companies. Current and recent clients include Enterprise Ireland, Audiovisual Finland, Aetios Distribution, Waddell Media, Fiction Factory/Severn Screen, Grace Blue (global executive search), Wild Rover Productions, Northern Ireland Screen, Screen Leaders EU, TRC’s International Development Programme sponsored by the UK channels BBC and Ch 4, TV2 (Norway), and TV3 (Ireland).

Initially launching her career as a fundraiser for the Sundance Film Institute, she later became a popular agent representing actors, writers and producers at the following legendary Hollywood agencies: ICM, Metropolitan Talent Agency and Paradigm Agency. As a studio executive, she was vice president of series development at Warner Bros. Television where she developed, marketed, and produced projects for major U.S. theatrical companies including the American Conservatory Theater, the American Repertory Theatre, and the National Playwrights Conference.

In addition to teaching in the MEIM program for Carnegie Mellon, Pat is an adjunct professor at Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University, and an in-demand speaker at UCLA Extension, ATAS, NATPE, MIPCOM, MIPTV and USC. Quinn is on the Board of Directors of the Women in Film Foundation, is a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and is an Associate Member of BAFTALA. In January 2015, Pat was awarded The Candace Bowen Membership Award by Women in Film as the "member of the year."

Pat is a graduate of Bennington College and Yale Drama School.

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