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Quincy Rose is a writer/actor/director, born and raised in Hollywood, CA. He is the first person in his family not to be born in New York, a truth still too upsetting for Quincy to accept. In fact, growing up, he would speak with a phony, New York accent and tell anyone who would listen, including members of his family who were present at his birth, that he was actually from New York City. Undoubtedly, this was the first clue he was destined to be in the entertainment business.After the successes of "What's Up Tiger Lily," "Take the Money and Run" and "Bananas," which, Quincy's father, the venerated comedy writer, Mickey Rose, co-wrote with Woody Allen, the family headed west. Two years after Mickey moved to Los Angeles with his wife, Judy, and their daughter, Jennifer, Quincy was born.Growing up on the many different television and film sets Mickey wrote for ("Happy Days," "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson," "Student Bodies," "Too Close for Comfort", etc) Quincy knew from an early age that he wanted to be in show business. He was in his first commercial at age 11, an anti-drug PSA starring Mr. T, which aired on the Saturday Morning Cartoon, "Mister T." Not only is this where the illuminating catch phrase, "I pity the fool who uses drugs! Say nope to dope and uggh to drugs," was born, but, it was also at this point when Quincy knew he would one day make this life his living.In 1995, after a brief stint in Manhattan, Quincy returned to the west coast and headed up north to San Francisco. Upon returning to LA in 1998, Quincy immediately signed with a talent agency. The following week, he went on his first professional audition ever, a Pepsi One commercial starring Cuba Gooding Jr., directed by Joe Pytka, and booked it, then went on to make five more commercials with Pytka over the next two years.To date, Quincy has appeared in a handful of films, including two written and directed by his godfather, Woody Allen; He has starred in several music videos and national commercials, and occasionally performs background voice work for ADR Loop Groups. Quincy is a frequent contributor to various local magazines, most notably 944 Los Angeles, as well as, a dialogue specialist and a ghost writer as such.In 2006 Quincy decided to learn how to edit, going to work for Beachwood Cottage FIlm & Music, where he trained as an editor's apprentice. Though he left after eighteen months, to further pursue his career in writing, Quincy has taken those skills with him and applied them to the many projects he has shot and edited since.Also in 2006, Quincy teamed up with his long-time friend, and one-time partner, Drew Bell, to create original television and web-based programs, and immediately began creating travel shows, game shows, travel game shows and docudramas. In addition, Drew and Quincy have written four screenplays together.In 2009, with his partner Justin Carroll, Quincy co-created/wrote and starred in a pilot for his half-hour comedy television series, "The Quincy Rose Show," co-starring Nicholas Brendon, James Hyde, Jack McGee, Lee Garlington, Nicole Dalton and Rome Shadanloo to name a few...In 2010 Quincy wrote and directed "Decathexis," a short film intended for the festival circuit. Quincy loves cinema, is an avid reader and a disciplined writer, extremely dedicated to his craft. He works in all forms and genres, from stand-up comedy to feature length romantic dramas to horror and disaster; there is no style he won't explore. Quincy is most passionate about directing the films that he writes, and acting in a few, aiming to one day have a career parallel to that of his father's and godfather's.