Quinn Bradlee (born April 4, 1982) is an American author and filmmaker.[1][2][3][4]

Bradlee is the son of former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee and journalist Sally Quinn. He attended the Lab School Of Washington DC until the tenth grade. He graduated from the Gow School, a college prep school for students with learning disabilities, in 2002, with honors. He spent two years at Landmark College and one at American University in Washington, DC.

He is the author of a memoir entitled A Different Life: Growing Up Learning Disabled and Other Adventures, documenting his efforts to overcome velo-cardio-facial syndrome (VCFS), a genetically linked syndrome identified by Robert Shprintzen. Bradlee credits Shprintzen with diagnosing and helping him overcome physical symptoms and learning disabilities.

Bradlee helped make a film about velo-cardio-facial syndrome and the VCFS International Center in Syracuse, New York, which debuted in 2007.[1][5]


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