Quinn PerkinsPlayed by Katie Lowes
Quinn Perkins arrived at OPA as a baby lawyer with many secrets and has come out as the ex-assassin that is the current strong hand of the gang. She's definitely come a long way from the girl who cried in the bathroom on her first day. She's rash, funny, fierce, and unafraid to say what's on her mind. After her small bout with B613, her loyalty to OPA is unwavering and she's willing to do absolutely anything to protect her friends. Safe to say, she's a strong believer of: "it's only illegal if you get caught."
Katie Lowes has quickly become a household name. Lowes can soon be seen on the seventh season of the hit series "Scandal," on ABC. Lowes stars as the ever-evolving Quinn Perkins, opposite a stellar cast, including Kerry Washington and Tony Goldwyn. "Scandal," created by Shonda Rhimes, follows professional "fixer" Olivia Pope (Washington) and her "gladiators in suits" (Lowes), as they make the problems of the wealthy, the powerful and even the President of the Unites States disappear. Each week, as the team races against the clock to defuse intriguing new problems before they become full-blown disasters, they also have to deal with their own personal issues.
Lowes is no stranger to the big or small screen. She has been seen in big budget films Dreamworks' "Transformers 2," Bad Robot's "Super 8," directed by JJ Abrams, and was the voice of Abigail in the 2015 Academy Award-winning animated feature film "Big Hero 6." In addition, she voiced an animated character in the 2015 Academy Award-winning animated short film "Feast," as well as the Oscar-nominated Disney film "Wreck It Ralph." Lowes was the inspiration behind the motion and movement work for Idina Menzel's character Elsa in the movie "Frozen." Additionally, she has appeared in several independent films, including "Dinner for Four," "The Job," "Callers," "Bear" and "Café." She has been a guest star on hit series such as "The Closer," "Grey's Anatomy," "Private Practice," "Leverage," "Castle," "The Sopranos," "N.C.I.S" and was a series regular on the CW show "Easy Money," created by producers of "The Sopranos."
Born in Queens, New York, Lowes is a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Lowes is a founding member of IAMA Theatre Company in Los Angeles, where she resides with her husband, actor Adam Shapiro.