'What Would You Do?' Host Signs With UTA (Exclusive)
John Quinones has received seven Emmy Awards in his 25 years at ABC News.
John Quinones has signed with UTA in all areas.
The veteran news correspondent is best known as the creator and anchor of ABC News’ What Would You Do?, the hidden-camera show that explores people’s responses to ethical and moral dilemmas. Quinones also has served as an anchor for the network’s Primetime and 20/20 programs. In his 25 years at ABC News, he has covered the 2010 trapping of the Chilean miners, the second Iraq war and the U.S.’ 1989 invasion of Panama City (one of the few American reporters granted access into the area at that time).
His seven Emmys at ABC News include recognition for the 1988 documentary Burning Questions —The Poisoning of America and 1990’s Window in the Past, which examined the lives of the Yanomamo people.
Before joining ABC News, Quinones was a reporter at Chicago’s WBBM-TV, where he won two Emmys for his undercover reporting on immigration.
Quinones continues to be repped by manager Gordon Gilbertson at Gilbertson Entertainment.
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