Glenn Quinn (May 28 1970 â€“ December 3 2002) was an Irish actor in television and film. As well as having a role as a major character in the television series Angel, he also had a recurring role as Mark Healy in the comedy Roseanne and the short-lived UK series Covington Cross.
Glenn Martin Christopher Francis Quinn was born May 28, 1970 in Dublin, Ireland. He was raised in Cabinteely, County Dublin, and attended Clonkeen College. In 1988 he moved to the United States of America with his mother and two sisters.
He did commercials for Pepsi and Ray-Ban, appeared in the music video for the Richard Marx song "Satisfied," and was an extra in the pilot of Beverly Hills, 90210, though is barely visible in the final broadcast version.
In 1991, Quinn had his first major role in a movie, Shout, which starred John Travolta and in which he shared an on-screen kiss with Gwyneth Paltrow. Later, one of Quinn's more visible roles was that of Mark Healy, Becky Conner's boyfriend, and later, husband in ...
Dr. Giggles is a 1992 slasher film directed by Manny Coto. It stars Larry Drake as the titular antagonist, Holly Marie Combs as the protagonist, Cliff De Young and Glenn Quinn. It is released in October 23, 1992.
In the quiet neighborhood of the fictional town of Moorehigh, a simple family physician named Dr. Rendell seemed like a nice enough man, but there was one problem: his patients kept disappearing. After some investigation, the citizens of Moorehigh found out that he and his son, Rendell Jr. (nicknamed Dr. Giggles for his hideous laugh), were ripping out their hearts in a gory attempt to bring back his dead wife. The townspeople immediately stoned Dr. Rendell, but they never could find Dr. Giggles, and they assumed that he had skipped town. For 35 years, Moorehigh was able to regain its peace and try its best to forget the havoc wreaked by Rendell and his son. However, they forgot one little detail: Dr. Giggles wanted revenge.
35 years after his father's death, Dr. Giggles...,
Shout is a 1991 film starring John Travolta as a music teacher who introduces rock and roll to a west Texas home for boys in 1955.
The film also features Jamie Walters, Scott Coffey and Heather Graham, as well as a first role for Gwyneth Paltrow.