Everett Quinton, an actor, and director passed away at age 71. Quinton participated in a number of the Ridiculous Theatrical Company’s plays while serving as its artistic director and founding member.
Everett Quinton’s Cause Of Death
Currently, it is uncertain what caused the death.
Everett Quinton’s Career
The Witch of Edmonton at Red Bull Theater, The Merry Wives of Windsor at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C., Devil Boys from Beyond at New World Stages, and A Christmas Carol at The McCarter Theatre are just a few of his more recent acting engagements. Everett also performed as Poor Dad, Madam Rosepettle in O Dad, Mama’s Hung You in the Closet, and I’m Feeling So Sad as a member of Cleveland State University’s Summer Stages. Everett previously performed in Women Beward Women at Red Bul Theater.
From 1987 through 1997, Everett led The Ridiculous Theatrical Company as its artistic director. He has performed in several plays including Medea by Charles Ludlam, The Secret Lives of the Sexists, The Artificial Jungle, Salammbo, Galas, and The Mystery of Irma Vep. In addition, he appeared in several of his plays, including Carmen, Linda, Movieland, A Tale of Two Cities, and Call Me Sarah Bernhardt. Richard and Michael Simon’s Murder at Minsing Manor, Georg Osterman’s Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Brother Truckers, as well as Murder at Minsing Manor.
Everett Quinton’s Net Worth
Everett Quinton’s estimated net worth is $7 million.
1. What is the net worth of Everett Quinton?
Ans. $7 million
2. What is the age of Everett Quinton?
Ans. 71 years old
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