In 2008, Q and Jeff Nimoy launched a website called Adventures in Anime which feature webisodes of their creation.
Quinton names the best roles he has played to be Paul McCartney, Jonny Quest, Raiden, and Timon, in that particular order.
Quinton likes to read biographies and autobiographies, especially ones on The Beatles. He also reads Self-Help and Psychology books and materials on music, art, photography, and spirituality.
When he is not working, Quinton tries to catch as many movies as he can. He also likes to read, play and listen to music, and spend as much time with his family and friends as possible.
When he voice-acted for Metal Gear Solid 2, Quinton received more money for that project than any other video game he has done before that, since he had more dialogue and spent three or more weeks on the job.
Quinton's MySpace page quote says "got it memorized", his trademark quote from Kingdom Hearts.
Quinton provided the voice of Xion the Unborn, one of the playable characters in the console fighting game Bloody Roar: Primal Fury/Extreme.
He appears in the "Special Thanks" section of the film TMNT, released in 2007.
Quinton has made several anime convention guest appearances with actor friend Jeff Nimoy in 2006, which included Anime Central and the Anime Expo.
Quinton has done some movie overdubbing with Will Ferrell.
Quinton attended Kent State University and graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Telecommunications (Radio, Television, Broadcast Journalism) with a field of concentration in Film and Theatre.
Quinton and Vanessa Marshall co-starred on Metal Gear Solid 2. Coincidentally, they also co-starred on the same project in SOCOM II: U.S. Navy Seals.
Quinton Flynn, along with Robbie Rist, made up the musical comedy group, The Snozzberries.
Quinton loved the old Sherlock Holmes movies.
Quinton voices N. Oxide and N.Gin in the video game Crash Nitro Kart.
Quinton played Turk member, Reno, from the full-length CGI film Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children.
Quinton Flynn frequently works with fellow voice actor Cam Clarke. As of mid-2005, they have appeared in over 14 projects together.
Quinton: I don't use the same voice for multiple roles (except my own)... Any likeness is just a result of nature and purely unintentional. I approach every character with a different point of view. I see them all as individuals.
(in a 2004 interview)
Quinton: I've been doing a vast array of character voices for the last 12 years or more here in Los Angeles. I've voiced countless cartoons, video games, commercials, promos, narratives and the like. So much so that I barely recognize myself!
(on choosing to do another character in "Metal Gear Solid 2")
Quinton: It would probably be Snake. Because he kicks ass and has a wry sense of humor. Otherwise, if given the opportunity, I would create my own original character called SMART ASS STAND UP COMEDY HERO! I would destroy enemies with witty quips and one-liners.
(Quinton played Raiden in the videogame "Metal Gear Solid 2")
Quinton: Can I do a cartwheel naked and still look good doing it like Raiden? Lol. Boy, that would sure take some doing. If I could, I would probably be the top box office superstar eclipsing the likes of Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise and Colin Farrell. The truth is, my abilities lie somewhere closer to Will Ferrell's.
(when asked to do a line as Batman)
Quinton: Hey, you mentally-challenged person, don't you know who I am? I'm the G.D. Batman.