The comedian and native New Yorker, Colin Quinn, thinks early Trump supporters like Scott Baio and Billy Bush have been unfairly overlooked in the selection process.
Colin Quinn is a stand-up comedian, actor, and writer. On television, he is best known for his work on Saturday Night Live, where he anchored “Weekend Update”, on MTV’s 1980’s game show Remote Control, where he served as the announcer/sidekick, and as host of Comedy Central’s late-night panel show Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn. Notable film work includes his role as Dickey Bailey in the Grown Ups films and playing Amy Schumer’s father in the film Trainwreck.
Quinn has also become known for his comedic one-man shows that offer his unique takes on history and growing up in New York City. As of 2015, he has written and starred in five shows: Irish Wake, My Two Cents, Long Story Short, Unconstitutional, and The New York Story, two of which he collaborated on with Jerry Seinfeld as director. Long Story Short was filmed as an HBO special that aired on April 9th, 2011 and Unconstitutional and The New York Story were released as Netflix specials. The latter you can check out now as it was just released this past Friday.