Quinn Liebling is a Hollywood rising talent. His outstanding performance in the Netflix series “Everything Sucks!” wowed fans. With films like “Thunderbolt In Mine Eye” and “Lorelei,” he’s raising his profile even further.
The Rising Star Quinn Liebling Prefers A Low-Key Life:
Only a few performers are fortunate enough to have their names remembered after working on just one production. Quinn Liebling, who is currently 16 years old, is one of these fortunate individuals.
Quinn shot to fame after starring in the Netflix television series “Everything Sucks!” It was his first time working in front of the camera, so no one knew who he was before he started working on the show. The irony is that many of his admirers are still in the dark about several parts of his life, including his dating status.
Because of his lack of social media presence, Liebling remains a mystery. There are a couple Instagram and Twitter accounts in his name, but they aren’t confirmed, so they’re probably fabricated by fans.
What Is The 16-Year-old Quinn Liebling’s Net-Worth?
When fans first watched Quinn Liebling on “Everything Sucks!” they were perplexed as to how this rookie could be so talented in front of the camera. It’s all because to his years of performing on stage in his hometown.
Quinn is a professional theatrical actress who has performed at a number of local theaters, including Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre and Issaquah’s Village Theatre. He has also won numerous honors for his performances in plays like Billy Elliot, A Christmas Story, and Evita.
So, how did this local theatrical artist land a part in a Netflix production? Liebling, on the other hand, auditioned for the part solely for the experience. And he was accepted, much to his amazement. As a result, the high schooler spent his summer vacation filming the series alongside fellow young talents Rio Mangini, Sydney Sweeney, and Peyton Kennedy.
The show premiered on Netflix on February 16, 2018, however it did not receive the critical acclaim it deserved. As a result, the show was discontinued after only one season. However, it developed a cult following over time, and the show’s stars became well-known.
Though fans have been pleading for the program to be renewed for a long time, it appears that this will not be possible. His talent, on the other hand, will be showcased in his next film “Thunderbolt in Mine Eye.” In January 2020, the film will premiere at the Slamdance Film Festival. Hopefully, it will be widely distributed shortly.
Quinn Liebling’s Quick Facts
- Quinn and her sister Phoebe Liebling grew up on Bainbridge Island, Washington.
- He enjoys going sledding.
- Quinn will graduate from high school in 2020. Before the start of his freshman year, he auditioned for “Everything Sucks!”
- In 2016, he earned a Gregory Award for his performance in Billy Elliot.
- “Thunderbolt in Mine Eye,” Quinn’s next film, was funded entirely through crowdsourcing.
- Many people mistake him for Mac Demarco.