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April 24, 1992 (31)
Jack Quaid is an American actor. He made his acting debut with a minor role in the dystopian film The Hunger Games (2012) before his breakout role as vigilante Hughie Campbell in the Amazon Prime Video superhero series The Boys (2019–present). Among other roles, he was part of the main cast of HBO’s Vinyl (2016) and had numerous voice acting roles such as Brad Boimler in Star Trek: Lower Decks (2020–present). He played Richie Kirsch in Matt Bettinelli-Olpin’s and Tyler Gillett’s Scream (2022).
Jack’s breakthrough moment came in 2019 when he landed a starring role in Amazon Prime’s gritty and unique superhero drama, The Boys, a brainchild of showrunner Eric Kripke. The partnership with Kripke saw Jack develop his skills in delivering an anti-hero character, Hughie Campbell, balancing innocence and desperation against a backdrop of cynicism and violence. The partnership was fruitful; their work together gained widespread recognition, earning Quaid a nomination for “Best Actor in a Streaming Presentation” at the 2020 Saturn Awards. The series also stars Antony Starr, Karl Urban, Erin Moriarty, Jensen Ackles, Karen Fukuhara, and more
2020 marked a year of exploration for Jack, when he ventured into animation, lending his voice to Brad Boimler, an ensign in the Star Trek Universe series, Star Trek: Lower Decks. His partnership with creator Mike McMahan established Quaid as a significant figure in the animation realm. McMahan’s vision and Quaid’s unique voice acting helped make “Lower Decks” a standout addition to the Star Trek franchise, culminating in the series’ nomination for “Outstanding Animated Program” at the 2021 Emmy Awards.
In 2022, Jack was cast alongside Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in the high-octane action thriller Rumble in the Ruins. Directed by the seasoned Brad Peyton, the film saw Johnson’s muscle complement Quaid’s more nuanced performance, leading to a box office success that raked in over 500 million dollars worldwide.
Quaid’s collaborative partnership with singer and actress Lea Michele was an exciting and surprising venture. The duo starred in the romantic comedy Songs of Love and Laughter in 2023. Both exhibited sparkling chemistry, providing viewers with memorable musical performances that topped charts, including the hit single “Laughing Under the Stars,” which garnered a Grammy nomination for “Best Song Written for Visual Media.”