Jeremiah "Jerry" O'Connell (Quinn Mallory) Date of birth: 17 February 1974 (location): New York, New York Height: 6' 2" Eyes: Blue Mini biography: Jerry was born in New York, and stared in his first film "Stand By Me" at the age of 11. After filming Stand by Me, Jerry went back to school, and did not become a full time actor until he graduated from NYU in May, 1995 with a degree in Film and Television, although he did appear in several things along the way. Filmography: Scream 2 (1997) What the Deaf Man Heard (1997) (TV) Jerry Maguire (1996) Joe's Apartment (1996) Blue River (1995) (TV) "Sliders" (1995) TV Series Ranger, the Cook and a Hole in the Sky, The (1995) (TV) Calendar Girl (1993) "Camp Wilder" (1992) TV Series Ollie Hopnoodle's Haven of Bliss (1989) (TV) "My Secret Identity" (1988) TV Series Room Upstairs, The (1987) (TV) Stand by Me (1986)
BIOGRAPHY OF QUINN MALLORYQuinn Mallory was born in the city of San Francisco, California. As a child, Quinn developed a lifelong fascination with dinosaurs, and began pursuing an uncanny facility in the sciences. In 1984, Quinn's father was killed in a car-crash on his way to work. This devastated Quinn, who suffered the double loss of having his dog, Bopper, run away the afternoon of the funeral. This, combined with schoolyard bullies, drove Quinn to hate his genius. Unable to locate Bopper again, Quinn later got a grey cat which he named Schrodinger, after the noted quantum physicist. Schrodinger remained his companion for many years, down to the time of his disappearance. As Quinn grew up, he attempted to deny his genius by pursuing a career in sports. At California High School, Quinn spent a brief period of time as a quarterback in the school football team. However, a knee injury forced him to drop out, pursuing his interest in quantum physics, instead. Though he later came to grips with his intellect, Quinn continued to hide it by working in secret in the basement of his house. When he graduated, Quinn began attending classes at the University of California. He studied engineering as well as classes in cosmology under Professor Maximillian Arturo. To supplement his income, Quinn became a repairman at Doppler Computer Superstore, where he met and developed a platonic relationship with a young woman named Wade Wells. Between college and work, Quinn also began working on experiments in his spare time, attempting to solve the Unified Field Theory. In 1995, Quinn began examining the possibility of developing the world’s first antigravity device. On September 13th, Quinn’s experiments led him to create a swirling disk in open space that he could not identify. Later examination led him to conclude that it was the mouth of a tunnel to an alternate reality. He began discussing the possibility of alternate dimensions with his friend and classmate, Conrad Bennish, and eventually came to the conclusion that he had created an Einstein-Rosen-Podolsky Bridge. On September 22th, Quinn began sending objects through the wormhole. None of them returned until he perfected a timing device on the 25th, at which time he was able to send and retrieve a basketball. On the 27th, Quinn took a leap of faith and entered the wormhole. Videotapes show that he returned to his basement a few minutes later in a state of excitement, talking about an alternate reality he had visited. Shortly afterward, Quinn disappeared, along with three other individuals. An FBI investigation is pending.