Quinn Cummings began her acting career at a young age, landing roles in numerous TV commercials and eventually winning the role of Marsha Mason’s daughter in the 1977 film, The Goodbye Girl, for which she was nominated for both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe. Quinn left acting in the mid-90’s, Inspired by the birth of her first child, she created the HipHugger, a sling-type device for carrying a baby; she is now president of the company. In 2005, Quinn started The QC Report, a blog which discusses the ironies of modern life from the point of view of a career-mom in her thirties. It has received numerous recommendations including Newsweek‘s BlogWatch pick of the week. She lives with her partner & their daughter in LA.