Quinn Culkin caught attention as the sister of, actor Macaulay Culkin who has been in the public eye for most of his life and one of the Culkin children. She is famous for her role as Connie Evans in the 1993 film The Good Son.
He was born on Nov. 8, 1984, in N.Y.C., as per People. She is the third youngest child of Christopher Cornelius “Kit” Culkin and Patricia Brentrup.
Despite a short acting career, Quinn followed in her siblings’ footsteps. She was heavily influenced by her siblings, who were both well-known actors. She decided to pursue a career in acting as well, though she didn’t have the same success as them. She starred in two films, Wish Kid and The Good Son.
Quinn Culkin Biography
In 1991, Quinn Culkin voiced the character Katie McClary in the animated series Wish Kid. She continued to work in the industry for many years before eventually retiring in 2008.
She was known for her impressive range of characters and her ability to capture the emotion of the role. Her brother won numerous awards for her work, including an MTV Movie Award from three nominations, and a Young Artist Award.
Quinn Culkin Siblings
Quinn Culkin’s has in total seven siblings named, Shane (b. 1976), Dakota (1979–2008), Kieran (b. 1982), Christian (b. 1987), and Rory (b. 1989). He also had a paternal half-sister, Jennifer (born 1970), who died in 2000. His paternal aunt is actress Bonnie Bedelia. Quinn Culkin is of part-Irish descent.
Her father, Christopher Cornelius “Kit” Culkin, a former stage actor, and mother, Patricia Brentrup, a native of North Dakota who met Kit in 1974 while working as a road traffic controller in Sundance, Wyoming.
Quinn Culkin Childhood
Quinn Culkin’s early childhood, the family lived together in a small apartment in the Yorkville neighborhood of Manhattan, and struggled financially.
Her mother worked as a telephone operator and his father was a sacristan at a local Catholic church. She was raised Roman Catholic and attended St. Joseph’s School of Yorkville for five years before transferring to the Professional Children’s School.