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Quinn O'Colm

"Hello, have you met my father?"

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a character in “Dysfunctional Family”, as played by lom.conor

Description

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Name: Quinn Daniel O’Colm
Age: 17
Role: Moore Child 4’s boyfriend
Occupation: Heir apparent to the O’Colm Franchise, the umbrella group for the various companies Quinn’s father owns.
Likes:
    -dinner parties
    -over-medium eggs and “Eggs Benedict”
    -chilling at a decent café
    -swimming
    -collecting leather books, especially Latin ones
    -“tight”, modern suits
Dislikes:
    -sports
    -alcohol, especially beer
    -overly strong coffee
    -overly baggy clothes
    -loud music

Personality:
Quinn was born to the O’Colm “dynasty”, a last remnant of the Irish clans, old money in Maryland, and a major business rival of the Moore family. The O’Colms moved from Ireland to America back in the 18th century, and ever since have been very influential in Baltimore, as well as the rest of the Eastern Seabord. Harvard graduates, politicians, entrepreneurs, doctors, lawyers and priests, the O’Colms have a hand in nearly everything. Quinn’s father, Patrick O’Colm, holds a tight grip on the family business group, the ”O’Colm Franchise”. Just the otherside of Central Park is the ”O’Colm Luxury Board”, where O’Colm competes unprejudiced against all other hotel establishments.

Quinn was raised with silver spoons, taught to be absolutely classy and gentlemanly, and always to be submissive. Always. His father never let him a word an edgewise, and his mother never did much but take him to church on Sundays. Quinn was always rather quiet, laid back, and never seemed to know what was around him. He always preferred to sleep in all day or waste several hours in the bath. Never having many friends for too long, Quinn learned to juggle his emotions and social needs on his own. That is not to say he doesn’t talk. At dinner parties, he learned to talk ears off, and most delight in his boyish naïveté.

Always knowing he was different, Quinn never really thought much of girls and generally was intimidated by other boys. His father, in an attempt to boost the boy’s prowess and confidence, “threw him out” for a day and told him not to come back until he had at least ten thousand dollars in his pocket. He came back a day later, having spent the night in a church, with LESS money than when he left. Quinn knows that he is his father’s disappointment, but he also is quite proud of his father and his family name. Though Quinn is exceptionally bright, Quinn doesn’t know much of his future; he assumes he will go to Harvard, like everybody else in his family. Honestly, he doesn’t mind being a bit of a black sheep, because no one suspects or even cares that he is somewhat… “involved” to say the least with his best friend (and son of his father’s rival), Graham Moore.

So begins...

Quinn O'Colm's Story