Quinton J. Alexander is a Philadelphia based improviser and sketch comedian.
Beginning his studies back in 2012 at the Philly Improv Theater, Quinton has studied improv under Greg Maughan, Nick Gillette, Emily Davis, and Kristen Schier. He has also studied sketch writing under Brian Kelly and he has also taken improv/acting workshops taught by Christina Gausas, Matt Holmes, Alicia Rodis, and Neil Massey.
Quinton has performed on indie improv teams Cake Bear, American Express, and Ladybird. He was also a member of retired PHIT House Team Masher (Directed by Nick Gillette) and part of the cast of StoryUP. Quinton has also performed on short run improv productions such as Reasonable Doubt (Directed by Meredith Weir & Adam Siry) and Millennium Quest: Warp Jawn (Directed by Michael Hochman). He is also one half of the comedy duo Bully! and a co-producer of comedy variety shows Hey! We're Cool, Bully! presents: Two Person Circus, and American Express presents: Family Business. Quinton has also performed and written for sketch comedy troupes Cheat Code and Adventure Friends.
Quinton has performed at venues such as PHIT, Good Good Comedy Theatre, and the ETC Series as well as festivals throughout the US including Del Cose Marathon (NYC), Charm City Comedy Festival (Baltimore, MD), NY Sketchfest (NYC), District Improv Festival (Washington DC), 2nd Best Fest (Richmond, VA), Hartford Improv Festival (Hartford, CT), and Steelstacks Improv Festival (Bethlehem, PA).
Quinton would love to coach your improv or sketch team!