One of Quincy's first roles on television was as a day player on the long running CBS soap opera Guiding Light. He also appeared on GL's sister soap, As the World Turns, where he played a robber for two episodes.
Quincy performed the role of "Brick" in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof for The English Theatre of Frankfurt, Germany, during the fall of 2007.
During his senior year in high school, Quincy decided he wanted to pursue a career as an actor.
Quincy says that he goes on as many as five auditions a week and is "always looking ahead for the next gig."
Quincy is a member of Actors Equity Association.
Quincy made his stage debut as "Stanley" in A Streetcar Named Desire in September 2005. Profits from the show were donated to victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Quincy has a "Bacon Number" of 5.
He was in Seconds with Lance Brannon,
Lance was in The Life and Death of Jimmy Katz with Cinni Strickland,
Cinni was in Champagne Society with Trieste Kelly Dunn,
Trieste was in United 93 with Michael J. Reynolds,
Michael was in Where the Truth Lies with Kevin Bacon.
Since graduating from college, Quincy has lived in New York where he shares an apartment with a friend. He jokes that for a long time they "survived on McDonald's Value Meals."
Quincy's parents, Bruce Baker and Nancie Dunn, say that their son is happiest when he is on stage.
Quincy earned his BFA from the North Carolina School of the Arts in 2005. On the college's official website they list Quincy, by name, as one of their great success stories in the entertainment industry, along with Mary Louise Parker, Tom Hulce, and Jennifer Ferrin.
Quincy is 6'2" with brown hair and brown eyes.
In 2000 Quincy graduated from the Addison Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) program in Vermont. It was the director of the program who encouraged him to attend the North Carolina School for the Arts.
Quincy's theater credits include:
- Cat On a Hot Tin Roof
- Mr. Marmalade
- Romeo and Juliet
Quincy: (on his budding career) I'm having a really good 2007. I think I'm about three years ahead of the curve. I'm fortunate that I've been able to book some really good jobs this year.
Quincy: You have to go into every audition and be ready. Most of the time you'll go in, do OK, and be told you're not quite right for the role. That's when you need to not take it personally and turn the page to the next audition, where you might get your big break
Quincy: (on his CSI: New York role) I showed up on the set and I had a personal assistant, a trailer and person holding an umbrella over my head when it was raining. It was pretty surreal.