How much is Quincy Harris worth?

Net Worth:$1.5 Million
Profession:Professional Actor
Date of Birth:January 12, 1997
Country:United States of America

Who is Quincy Harris

Host, media expert, brand influencer, and public speaker, Quincy Harris is vocal, witty, entertaining to watch on The Q.

Quincy Harris studied at Temple University, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication. He was working in radio entertainment for over fifteen years, including hosting The Q Deezy Show, when he joined the news team of FOX 29 in May 2014, becoming a correspondent for Good Day Philadelphia.

As of 2020, Quincy Harris’ estimated net worth is currently $1.5 million dollars.

How did Quincy get rich?

Quincy has been a radio presenter for 15 years from coast to coast in the US with radio shows like the Big Boy’s Neighborhood and The Come Up Show. Quincy’s quick wit and authenticity made him a favorite on the radio waves, but now he’s in front of the camera hosting The Q, after being on WTXF Fox 29’s Good Day Philadelphia for the past two years. The Q is a daily show which starts at 12 noon, Monday through Friday, bringing audiences the latest in national headlines, lifestyle trends, and community involvement with Quincy’s typical quick wit and enthusiasm. From up-close and personal interviews with Kevin Hart, M. Night Shyamalan, and Patti LaBelle to performances by the world famous band, The Roots, his audience is never bored.

Harris is also known as an actor and producer of independent films, such as his Exit Strategy in 2012 and Let Go in 2008. In 2016, Harris debuted with his own TV show on Fox 29 titled The Q. He also established his own production company, Germantown Entertainment.

He is a member of The National Association of Black Journalists. He participates in the Salem Baptist Church of Jenkintown, as a mentor to youths. Harris lives in Montgomery County together with his wife. The couple has two sons.

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