Jack Quaid He started his career as the son of Dennis Quaid and Meg Ryan. In the past 10 years, role by role, performance by performance, he has gained fame as an actor, not just the child of famous actors, as his performances are getting better and better, while also proving that he can play in any genre and genre. Here are the best Jack Quaid shows, ranked.
10 Rampage (2018)
frenzy It is the movie based on the video game of the same name. Helmed by Dwayne Johnson, the movie is pure spectacle about giant mutants and their power for destruction. Quaid plays Connor, one of the scientists trying to help Johnson stop the giant animals from destroying everything in their path. Despite being a small role, Quaid infuses the character with enough charisma to worry about it being one of the only roles for audiences.
9 Tragedy Girls (2017)
Girls tragedy is a movie about two high school friends, Sadie (Brianna Hildebrand) and Michael (Alexandra Shipp), who have a true crime blog called Girls tragedy. When a serial killer stops killing, they decide to become serial killers themselves, so they can further their blog and become Internet stars. Quaid plays Jordan, the romantic interest and son of the sheriff, who starts out as a caring friend before he begins to suspect them.
The actor’s background in comedy lines up nicely with this movie that blends true crime, comedy, blood and slasher films, creating one of the funniest horror comedies ever.
vinyl It looked like the next big prestige show when it debuted, exploring the New York music scene of the ’70s. The pilot episode was directed by Martin Scorsese. He and Mick Jagger co-created the show. The show also had a great cast, with Bobby Cannavale, Olivia Wilde, Ray Romano, Juno Temple (in one of her best performances ever), and Max Casella and Jack Quaid as their stars.
The actor plays one of the supporting roles as junior A&R executive Clark Morrell, an ambitious young executive, still learning to navigate the music world and the excesses of the time. This was Quaid’s first TV show, and he really proved how scene-stealing he could be, being able to stand up against actors like Cannavale and Romano, and make his performance stand out.
7 Batman: The Long Halloween (2021)
Batman: The Long Halloween It is the latest animated film about the best detective in the world. Released in two parts, this story is about Batman’s investigation to stop the Holiday Killer. Voices of Chief Alberto Falcone, son of mob boss Carmine Falcone.
Voice actor Alberto Falcone has as many father issues as possible, as the character feels like he never commanded respect for his father, giving a performance that makes audiences feel bad for the mobster’s son, something that only happened in the sopranosand that’s all Kuide.
6 The Hunger Games (2012)
hunger Games The franchise is adapted from the trilogy of novels of the same name about a dystopian future where teenage characters from every district battle to the death. The franchise tells the story of Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence), and how, through her participation in the Games, she manages to spark a revolution against those in power, especially President Snow (Donald Sutherland).
Quaid has a role with almost no storylines as Marvel, a Hunger Games participant from a luxury locale. Although the role is small, fans of the franchise hate the character because the only thing he does in the movie is kill young Rue (Amandla Stenberg), making his minor appearance one of the most hated in the entire franchise. Not bad for Quaid’s first ever role.
5 Scream (2022)
Scream (also known as scream 5) showed that the horror franchise had a future with a new set of characters, and a new view of the films, this time drawing on fan culture. This sequel to Legacy is one of the best Scream The best movies ever made, Quaid enjoys his character and performance.
spoilers Coming: His usual persona of the good guy, your friend you’d like to meet your parents is being used for evil here, revealed as one of Ghostface’s killers; Reddit fan obsessed with stab Franchise, unhappy with the latest installments, decides to create a new franchise bad team, Sam (Melissa Barrera) with the help of Amber Freeman (Mikey Madison). How Richie changes once every card is atop the table shows how much Quaid enjoys being a villain for once, and how he can play toxic masculinity to the best of their ability.
4 Star Trek: Below Decks
Show animation Star Trek: Below Decks It shows a different side of this world, being comical and focusing on the low-level support crew of a ship. Quaid, the voice of one of the main characters, Brad Buimler; Someone who always follows the rules and doesn’t want to do anything to jeopardize their place on the ship.
The actor knows how to intimidate, decent, and smart in his sleep, so this voiceover role is perfect for him. He’s also able to sell every joke imaginable with just his voice, which makes him the perfect performer for this type of show.
3 Lucky Logan (2017)
Lucky Logan The plot revolves around a NASCAR race heist by the Logan brothers, Jimmy (Channing Tatum) and Clyde (Adam Driver), and their accomplices. Directed by Steven Soderbergh, this movie shows another heist, less cool and fluid than when he directed it Oceanfranchise, but this one is funnier.
Quaid plays one of the team members, Fish Pang, a retarded idiot who is the brother of safe-cracker maker Joe Pang (Daniel Craig is having the time of his life). Even though it’s a small role, Quaid shows he can play great actors like Craig, Tatum, and Driver, while stealing every scene he’s in (and not just for his looks, with his incredible wig).
2 Plus One (2019)
Plus one It tells the story of two friends, Ben (Quaid) and Alice (Maya Erskine), who decide to be each other’s plus one throughout the summer wedding season while trying to connect with other people at said nuptials. This is a rom-com, so it’s pretty easy to see where things will end up, yet Quaid and Erskine have incredibly fun chemistry, which makes audiences root for them. the Lucky Logan The actor shows how good he can be as a romantic lead, which shouldn’t surprise anyone since it’s in his DNA, as he’s the son of rom-com queen Meg Ryan, and Dennis Quaid, who has also appeared in some of the rom-coms.
About the film, Quaid told ET Online: “I think the movie almost became a romantic comedy in the middle, but before that it was a friend’s movie and I really liked that. (…) But this thing Maya and I talked a lot about during the shoot is that, at its core, it’s a movie about friendship. These two best friends eventually realize that ‘the one’ could just be someone you want to spend as much time with as possible.”
boys It is a unique show where superheroes are real, and there are a group of vigilantes who fight them when they abuse their power. Quaid plays Hugh, one of the main characters; An ordinary, sweet guy joins The Boys after a superhero kills his girlfriend and faces absolutely no consequences. Although he’s been moving up in Hollywood with every new movie, this is Quaid’s breakout role, as he’s one of the main characters in this hit show.
boys Reflecting real issues with the superhero industry and fans, the actor nails his performance as the common guy, who gets a backbone through the various trials Hughie goes through, while also being one of the moral compass for the team. Quaid knows how to play angry, scared, vulnerable, and has the best jokes, while also being the ultimate reaction shot player, making his character a staple of the show.
About his character, Quaid told Uproxx: “It was important to me that Hughie was someone we could still empathize with, even if he was doing pretty crazy things. I think situations dictate that he has his hand in a lot of that. He’s very remorseful about some of the The things he did, but that’s what I love about him.”