Born: February 19, 1970
Died: April 21, 2019
Quentin Maré spent most of his early years in the Chicago area where he attended Hoffman Estates High School and Columbia College before moving to New York City to train at Julliard. He was cast in such wide-ranging productions off and on Broadway as King Lear, Coram Boy, Tom Stoppard's Rock n Roll, Happy Now?, and most recently, Lost Lake at Berkshire Theatre Group. Quentin was a proud member of AEA and an advocate of #FairWageOnStage, a grassroots movement to fight for higher wages and stronger contracts.
He is survived by his daughter, Ella; his partner, costume designer Sarah Laux; his parents, Roberta Catherine Jackson and Petrus Maré; his sisters, Nicole Maré Kochackis and Traci Maré Pryhuber, and half-sister, Penny Bunton; and a network of friends.