Jeremy Lee Quinn

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Jeremy Lee Quinn
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Berkeley, CA
Other namesKenji
CitizenshipUnited States of America
Alma mater
  • UCLA
  • School of Theater
  • Writer
  • Actor
  • Investigative photojournalist
Years active2003 - present
Political partyIndependent

Jeremy Lee Quinn (born c.1980) is an American writer & actor with a former career as an on-air television newscaster. The New York Times reported that Quinn,[1] blended in on both sides of the political divide to document the extent of extremism in the USA during 2020; his final report was published in the British publication Spiked.[2]

The Hill reported that Quinn started the endeavor in an attempt to investigate white supremacy but that his undercover work lead to a discovery that actions in Portland and Washington DC were organized by several different "insurrectionary" political groups advocating revolution.[3] While some media outlets such as The Daily Caller remained objective of Quinn's findings[4], the work was lampooned by conservative commentator Glen Beck of The Blaze who on-air remarked that September was late in the summer for Quinn's findings to be published by establishment media.[5]

Quinn's investigative work was cited internationally by several news outlets including Sverige Radio (Swedish National Radio) in anticipation of the 2020 election in the United States.[6] Quinn has worked as an actor since 2003, making his debut recurring on the prime time drama ER. He also appeared in the films Star Trek: Into Darkness and Snow White & the Hunstman. Quinn played Dr. Tovo Kitihara on Royal Pains.[7] Quinn is a graduate of the UCLA School of Theater, Film & Television.[7]


  1. Stockman, Farah (30 September 2020). "Opinion | The Truth About Today's Anarchists". The New York Times. Retrieved 4 March 2021.
  2. "We are turning a blind eye to political violence". Retrieved 4 March 2021.
  3. Tolliver, Sandy (2020-10-04). "The far right, the far left, and the far out". TheHill. Retrieved 2020-12-28.
  4. "Photographer Went Undercover With Looters Expecting To Find White Supremacists. Instead, He Found Anarchists". Retrieved 2020-12-28.
  5. "The New York Times discovers Black Bloc Anarchists hiding in plain sight". TheBlaze. 2020-10-06. Retrieved 2020-12-28.
  6. Radio, Sveriges. "Trump, valfusket, våldet - Konflikt". (in svenska). Retrieved 2020-12-28.
  7. 7.0 7.1 "Jeremy Lee Quinn: Movies, TV, and Bio". Retrieved 2020-12-28.

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