Quentin Kenihan Biography
Quentin Kenihan was an Australian disability advocate, writer, content creator and actor. He was born on 27 February 1975.
Quentin Kenihan was born with eight broken bones, and doctors diagnosed him with osteogenesis imperfecta, or brittle bone disease. Doctors predicted he wouldn’t survive three months and over his lifetime he suffered almost 600 broken bones because of the condition.
Quentin rose to fame at age seven, when he appeared in a documentary with Mike Willesee. The film crew and the veteran journalist followed Quentin on his journey in the US as he tried to learn to walk.
In his late teens and early twenties, Quentin battled drug and alcohol addiction. His turning point was an appearance on Nine Network’s Midday Show. He checked into rehab, got a job answering phones at TAFE and retreated into a world of film.
He then went on to study film and drama at Flinders University, landing an interview on Channel 10 program The Panel which would propel him back into the spotlight.
Quentin then branched out, hosting his own celebrity interview show Quentin Crashes, performing at the Adelaide Fringe Festival and releasing an autobiography entitled Not All Superheroes Wear Capes.
Quentin’s big movie break came in 2015 when he appeared as Corpus Colossus in the blockbuster movie Mad Max: Fury Road.
Quentin Kenihan Age
He was born on 27 February 1975 and died on 6 October 2018 at the age of 43.
Quentin Kenihan Cause of Death
Quentin died suddenly in his home town of Adelaide on 6 October 2018 from a suspected asthma attack. Quentin Kenihan Family and friends were shocked by his sudden death, along with the Australian entertainment community.
Quentin Kenihan Parents
His mother is Kerry Kenihan. Kerry Kenihan is an author, former journalist and disability advocate. Quentin had four siblings.
Quentin Kenihan Net Worth
He had an estimated net worth of $12 Million.
Quentin Kenihan Nationality
He is Australian.
Quentin Kenihan Height
He stood at 3′ 3″ (0.99 m).