Aileen Quinn net worth: Aileen Quinn is an American celebrity, singer songwriter, and director with a net worth of $500 thousand. Aileen Quinn was born in Yardley, Pennsylvania, and started performing in local theater productions when she was a kid. She then went on to commercial work, and was later cast as the “swing orphan” for the Broadway production of “Annie”. When the producers chose to make a movie version of the hit musical, she auditioned for more than a year before being offered the part of “Annie”. The movie was a huge success, as well as the cast album went double platinum. She spent the next couple of years after “Annie” in limbo, as she was contracted to appear in numerous “Annie” sequels that finally failed to go into production. Aileen then returned to acting, appearing in the Broadway National Tours of “Fiddler On the Roof”, “Peter Pan”, and “Saturday Night Fever”, too as in various regional productions. Aileen also appeared in multiple ancient theater productions while studying at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. She continues to act, and in addition performs with an L.A.-based rockabilly band called, “The Leapin’ Lizards”.
Playing "Annette" in the National Tour of the musical play "Saturday Night Fever". [May 2002]
In addition to being an Adjunct Theater Professor at Monmouth University, Quinn is also a Spanish teacher at Hudson Catholic Regional High School in Jersey City, New Jersey.
In the Fall of 2008, Aileen Quinn began teaching theater courses at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ.
Studied at Drew University, New Jersey.
Said that she hopes to "end up like Shirley Temple Black and work in politics."
After graduating from college, Aileen briefly worked as a translator.
I had been under contract for so long to make other 'Annie' movies that never happened. So by the time I was 16 or 17, and my contract was officially up and I could do other things, then it was kind of past the point. It was kind of like, 'Who are you again?' So I decided to get a really good education, especially with my mom being teacher. I'm really glad I did.
Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical
Golden Globes, USA
New Star of the Year in a Motion Picture - Female
Worst New Star
The Comeback Kids
The Frog Prince
Brown-Eyed Susan (voice)
The Wizard of Oz
Dorothy Gale (voice)
Who's Doing the Dishes?
TV Series writer - 1 episode
Todd's Pop Song Reviews
TV Series documentary writer - 3 episodes
Addams Family Values
The Frog Prince
performer: "Lucky Day", "A Promise Is A Promise", "Friendship", "Have You Forgotten Me?"
The Wizard of Oz
performer: "Strictly Up to You", "I Dream of Home", "A Wizard of a Day", "A Wizard of a Day Reprise"
performer: "Tomorrow Opening Titles", "Maybe", "It's The Hard-Knock Life", "Dumb Dog", "Sandy", "I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here", "Let's Go To The Movies", "Tomorrow White House Version", "Maybe Same Effect On Everyone", "Finale Medley: I Don't Need Anything But You/We Got Annie/Tomorrow", "Tomorrow End Credits" - uncredited
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
Beyond the Marquee
Herself - Guest
TV Series documentary
Herself - Host
The 100 Greatest Musicals
TV Movie documentary
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to John Huston
The 40th Annual Golden Globe Awards
Herself - Nominee: New Female Star of the Year & Presenter: Best Actress in a TV-Series Drama