Quinn L. Cummings is an American author, actress, humorist, inventor, and entrepreneur. She played Lucy McFadden in Neil Simon’s The Goodbye Girl for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress and had a recurring role as Annie Cooper on the television series Family.
Quinn Cummings’s Career
Unknown Facts About Quinn Cummings
- Her father, Sumner, was a businessman who died when she was still a child. Her mother, Jan, was a bookkeeper.
- In 2000, Cummings gave birth to a daughter, Anneke DiPietro, by her partner Donald DiPietro.
- Inspired by the birth of her daughter, Cummings created the HipHugger, a sling-type device for carrying a baby. She was the president of the HipHugger company before selling it in 2006.
Relationship status of Quinn Cummings
Quinn Cummings Biography
|Real Name||Quinn Cummings|
|Nickname||Quinn L. Cummings|
|Profession||Author, humorist, actress, inventor, entrepreneur|
|Date of Birth||August 13, 1967|
|Height||Yet to be updated|
|Weight||Yet to be updated|
|Zodiac Sign / Sun Sign||Not Known|
|Networth||Yet to be updated|
|Hobbies||Listening Music, Travelling|
|Hometown||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Husband Name||Donald DiPietro|
|Current City||LA, USA|