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Kimberly Quinn is an American actress, journalist, commentator, magazine publisher and writer. Latterly the publisher of British conservative news magazine The Spectator.
She is best known for her role as Gretchen on the FX television series Terriers and currently as Tess Masterson on the ABC Family series Twisted. She also has made guest appearances on the television series Suddenly Susan, Nash Bridges, Diagnosis: Murder, NYPD Blue, Without a Trace, House M.D., Two and a Half Men and CSI: NY.
A native of Los Angeles, California, she is one of two daughters of businessman Marvin Solomon and actress 'Lugene Sanders'. She majored in Victorian Studies at Vassar College. She has written for The Wall Street Journal, Vogue and UK newspapers The Daily Telegraph, The Times, Evening Standard, and The Independent.
Before taking her position at The Spectator in 1996, she was the communications and marketing director for Condé Nast Publications in the UK. She is currently writing a series of time travel adventures for young adults; the Chronicles of the Tempus series. The first, "The Queen Must Die", is currently (2010) in print. The second, "The Queen at War", will be published in 2013.
In 1987 she married American investment banker Michael Fortier; the couple divorced in 2000, following revelations of her affair with Stephen Quinn, the managing editor of Vogue and GQ magazines. The following year she married Quinn. During her marriage to Quinn, she had an affair with David Blunkett, Home Secretary in Tony Blair's ministry.
Quinn just finished writing Hill of the Kisses, a love story set in Ireland which will start filming in 2014. This fall she will go behind the camera to direct her first short film, entitled Retaliation.