Zachary Quinto Net Worth, Age, Height, Relationship Status

Zachary Quinto or Zachary John Quinto is an American actor and film producer. He was born on June 2, 1977 and is best known for his roles in Heroes, a science fiction drama series in which he was the main antagonist, playing the role of Sylar. Quinto’s other notable roles include Spock in Star Trek, as well as the later films Star Trek Beyond and Star Trek Into Darkness.

Zachary Quinto is also known as Charlie Manx in the AMC NOS4A2 series and as Dr. Quinto. Oliver Thredson is best known for American Horror Story: Vault. He also received an Emmy nomination for the latter. By combining his roles in movies with roles in television series, Quinto became a successful actor in both ways.

Full Name Zachary Quinto (Zachary John Quinto)
Net Worth $20 Million
Date of Birth 02 June 1977
Age 44 Years
Birth Place Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Profession Actor and Film Producer
Nationality American
Hometown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Zodiac Sign Leo
School Saints Simon and Jude High School, Pennsylvania, United StatesCentral Catholic High School, United States
College / University Carnegie Mellon University School Of Drama, Pennsylvania, United States
Education Qualification Graduate

Zachary Quinto Wiki/Biography

Zachary Quinto was born on June 2, 1977 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The actor grew up in suburban Green Tree, Pennsylvania. Quinto attended Saints Simon and Jude High School, where he completed his education.

Zachary Quinto was born to Margaret J. Margo and Joseph John “Joe” Margo. His mother worked for an investment firm and later as a judge, and his father, Joe Margot, was a barber. Quinto’s father, John “Joe”, died when he was only 7 years old. Therefore, he and his brother Joe were raised by his mother.

After Zachary Quinto graduated from high school, he continued his studies at Central Catholic High School, graduating in 1995. He also starred in musicals during his high school years, where he also won the Gene Kelly Award for Best Supporting Actor. Quinto then attended Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Drama, graduating in 1999.