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Teddy Quinn
Teddy Quinn
Roles Michael Millhauser
Biographical Information
Birthdate November 12, 1959
Birthplace La Porte, Indiana, United States[1]

Teddy Quinn played bully Michael Millhauser in the fourth season episode, "Playmates" (1968), and a boy who dares Tabitha on the playground in the fifth season episode, "Samantha Fights City Hall" (1968).


Teddy Quinn is an American writer, musician, producer and actor. He was born on November 12, 1959, in La Porte, Indiana and raised in Hollywood, California.

In 2010, Ted assembled a songbook, "Things Worth Keeping," with over one-hundred of his songs, and performed at the Harrison House in Joshua Tree to celebrate. He has produced five solo albums: "Mother and Child", "Folk in America", "Dog Years", "Help Wanted" and "Canvas"; three albums with Dig Your Own Cactus: "Design", "Two" and "Postcards from Joshua Tree"; one album with Rock Art of Joshua Tree (featuring Robbi Robb and Amritakripa): "Sunburst Golden Border"; one album with Ministry of Fools: "Color While You Dream"; and one with Telekin: "The World Electric".

In addition, little Teddy Quinn can be found in the famous Bayer Aspirin commercial, in episodes of Bonanza, Bewitched and many other classic television shows, as well as the feature films "Madame X", "The Ballad of Josie", "The Witching" and "Black Hooker", among others.

Quinn has produced albums for songwriter Kevin Stetz, as well as two posthumous collections of the music of Fred Drake, "The Sky Party," and "Desert Dreams," and several local music compilations for the Hwy 62 Art Tours; theatrical performances for Elia Arce and music for the performance work of Linda Sibio.

He won an award from the President of Morongo Basin Cultural Arts Council (2010) and he was the recipient of the Basin Wide Foundation Award for Cultural Contributions (2011). He is the founder and creative director of Radio Free Joshua Tree (2012).

Quinn resides in Joshua Tree, California.[2]

Updated May 12, 2020

External Link[]

Ted Quinn's blog


  1. Teddy Quinn on the Internet Movie Database. Retrieved on February 26, 2020.
  2. About Teddy Quinn on Facebook. Retrieved on May 12, 2020, edited.