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Quinton Peron Bio, Amazing Race 34, Height, Partner, Age

Quinton Peron might be a familiar face who knows him as a professional dancer, but now he has joined the castaways of Amazing Race 34. Below you’ll learn about his age, partner, height, and his family members.

So tag along with this article to learn more about him.

Quinton Peron On Amazing Race 34

CBS’s Amazing Race season 34 is back with a new lineup of competitors. The contestants come from different backgrounds. Viewers get to see Former New York Jets head coach, long-lost twins, former NFL cheerleaders, ballroom dancers, motivational speakers, and Big Brother season 23 stars.

First time in the history of the show, the show will premiere outside of the states, in Munich, Germany. Additionally, the show will travel to “the ancient city of Petra, in Jordan, where teams will ride a train and experience a scene reminiscent of the 1963 Oscar-winning film Lawrence of Arabia, perform a Jordanian folk dance, and learn the Arabic alphabet,” according to CBS.

Host Phil Keoghan will also tease the presence of a “game-changing element” during the first leg. Austria, Italy, France, Spain, and Iceland are also on the agenda, and the race will end in Nashville.

Quinton Peron is one of the competitors in the show. In this season, he was supported by his best friend Mattie Lynch. Former cheerleaders, the pair met each other when they were cheering for the Los Angeles Rams. Now they will work hard together to show how compatible their friendship is in the high-pressure situation.

Does Quinton Peron Have A Partner?

Quinton Peron had a partner, Co-creator, host & Executive Producer of @pluslifemedia, and an occasional @abc7la contributor Karl Schmid. The pair first appeared together in September 2020 on Quinton’s IG. On the otherhand, Quinton made his debut on Karl’s IG in August 2020.

Karl captioned the post, “Saturday brunch with @itsaquintonthing in the heat. It’s HOT!!”

In October 2020, Quinton confirmed Karl as his boyfriend with a post where he wrote, “When your boyfriend asks you out on a surprise date night and next thing you know, you are on a plane to San Francisco…. for dinner! Oh Karl🤦🏽‍♂️🥰  #SanFrancisco  #HeCantBeStill #WhoAmIToJudge #LittleDidHeKnow #IKnew.”

Karl and Quinton went on various trips and vacationed together. They also celebrated Valentine’s Day 2021 together. On that day Karl professed on his Instagram, “I’m so lucky that I get to call this guy my valentine and that he came into my life. Here’s to many more laughs and ridiculous moments – mostly caused by me.”

The last time they appeared on each other’s social is in November 2021. It is unclear whether they are still dating or not.

So, yes, Quinton Peron is gay and a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community. He shared his coming out story in Queerty In high school, he made a subtle hint to his friends saying, “Oh, that girl is cute, and so is that boy next to him.” His friends replied, “Quinton, don’t try to pretend, we know dam* well that you’re gay.”

About coming out to his family, Quinton explained: “It was a little rocky at first, but. With the addition of my career and Rams, it allowed me to have those conversations that were needed and open up those doors for my full self, I guess you’d say with my family. I’ve always been the outgoing loud person, but now I can share that intimate side which is awesome.”

Quinton Peron Age

In September 2022, Quinton Peron turned 30.

Quinton Peron Height

According to online sources, Quinton Peron’s height measures 6 feet 3 inches.

Is Quinton Peron On Instagram?

Yes, Quinton Peron is on Instagram (@itsaquintonthing), Facebook (@ItsAQuintonThing), and TikTok (@itsaquintonthing).

Quinton Peron Job

Quinton Peron is a professional dancer and choreographer. In 2019, Quinton made history after being signed up as the first male cheerleader in the National Football League’s history to cheer at the Super Bowl joining The Rams. NFL hired him and his fellow cheerleader Napoleon Jinnies, two openly gay men. The pair are classically-trained dancers who have performed throughout their lives but dreamed of being NFL cheerleaders.

“I want to prove that boys can dance, too,” Peron said, according to Hornet. “After college, we’re not given a choice or a chance to do anything after. We’re, like, just told to get a 9-to-5 job and that’s it. But that doesn’t work. I am an artist, I am a creative person.”

Quinton told Good Morning America, “I thought, ‘Why not me? Why can’t I do this?”

Quinton and Napoleon competed against 74 other applicants to secure the spot. At the age of 12, a moment led him to the road to cheerleading history. “I played basketball and baseball for 12 years — was great at it, but I knew it wasn’t it,” Peron told In The Know. “The minute I saw tWitch on So You Think You Can Dance, and he was a Black guy, looked just like me. He was dancing, he was jazz hands-ing, hip-hop dancing, and all that stuff. That was when I was like, ‘Oh, this is it — I can do it, there’s a lane for me.”

“Three years ago, I was at a Lakers game with my best friends, and I caught a glimpse of the Laker Girls performing mid-court,” Quinton revealed to Metrosource. “I recognized a few of them on the court and asked myself, “Why can’t I do that?” I danced with a few of these girls in high school and college, and in fact, I had taught a few of them at various workshops and masterclasses. I decided to call a friend who had been a Rams cheerleader the year prior to asking about auditions.”

According to his profile on Epic Dance Inc., he offers Jazz, Hip Hop, Contemporary, Lyrical, Turns/Leaps, and Musical Theatre training. Some of his performance credits include Carrie Underwood, Fresh and Easy, Z Lala, Good Morning America, ESPN, and “Aladdin and His Winter Wish,” under the direction of renowned Choreographer, Spencer Liff, and Produced by Kris Lythgoe. He has received numerous choreographic, artistic, and ‘Overall High Score’ awards at both the regional and national levels.

Quinton attended Mt. San Antonio College from 2010 through 2015 and was a member of the Mt. SAC Pep Squad Dance Team, where he often suited up as Mt. SAC’s Mascot, Joe Mountie.

Factoid: Quinton has his own Funko doll.

Quinton Peron Family

Quinton Peron was born to his parents Wendell and Sherry L Peron. He has shared about his parents in various interviews that he gave. He shared that trying to convince his parents that he wanted to pursue dance as a career was tough. Quinton said, “My parents weren’t supportive of me wanting to pursue dance for a living. They didn’t understand it; dance was a hobby, not a career to them.”

During his second year of college, Quinton booked his first dance gig; a commercial for Fresh and Easy, then a supermarket chain in Southern California. It changed everything for him. He said, “It was then when my parents realized that their stubborn and driven son was absolute, 100% positive that dance was going to be a career choice, and that I was going to make it, with or without their support.”

It wasn’t until he signed with an agent and started collecting paychecks for his choreography work that his parents really came around.

Both of his parents are currently 56 years old and residing in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.

Related FAQs

  • Where Is Quinton Peron From?

According to his bio, Quinton Peron hailed from Pasadena, California. However, at the age of 11, his parents moved him and his younger sister to Rancho Cucamonga, California.

  • When Is Quinton Peron Birthday?

Quinton Peron celebrates his birthday on 11 September.

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