Tim Quinn was born in Liverpool in 1953, and worked as a TV scriptwriter for a time (on BBC TV's The Good Old Days) before breaking into comics. He worked for both D.C. Thomson and IPC at various times as a writer, editor and illustrator on titles including Beano, Dandy, Jackie, Sparky, Topper, Buster, Whoopee!, Bunty and Whizzer and Chips.

Tim Quinn and Dicky Howett were responsible for the various humour strips based on Earth 33 1/3 which ran in most of Marvel UK's titles in the early 1980s, including Doctor Who?, The Fairly Amazing Spider-Hound, The Fantastic 400, Hulk the Menace, Jet Lagg, Flickers, Bullpen Bedlam and I Was Adolf's Double. Quinn has also worked for Marvel in the USA at various times, and has worked for several newspapers. His latest comic strip is The Exploits of Gordon Brown.

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