Quinn Lundberg is a Canadian businesswoman, social activist, and Philanthropist who is popular in the world as the wife of American comedian and actor, Zach Galifianakis.
Besides being a celebrity spouse, she is also well known as the Chief of Social Impact of her charitable foundation Growing Voices. She is also the co-founder of LOOM, an educational business platform.
There is no exact figure regarding the wealth she possesses but she is entitled to the $30 million net worth that her husband earned from his career in movies and TV shows. It is believed that she might be holding a net worth of $100,000 - $1 million.
Quinn and her family of four live in Los Angeles, California, which Zach bought in December 2002 for $566,000. They also own a small farm in Sparta in North Carolina. There are no signs of her owning a car, but she has been spotted behind the back of Zach's Vespa LXA25 of $1,200.
The couple started dating in 2010 and exchanged their wedding vows on 11th August 2012. The ceremony was a private one and was held at the UBC Farm in Vancouver. Rumors has it that Zach drew a version of himself as a troll and Quinn as a tall princess, on the invitation cards.
The pair gave birth to their first child, a son, on 7th September 2013. They also have another son named Rufus Emmanuel Lundberg, born on 7th November 2016.
Despite being the wife of a talented actor and comedian, Quinn has managed to keep her life, private.
After completing her degree, Lundberg went on a worldwide tour and covered most parts of the third world countries. Her time in those countries helped her found the charitable organization Growing Voices in 2013 along with Melissa Leschuck.
Quinn currently serves as the Chief of Social Impact of Growing Voices and has the experience of working with people from different ethnic backgrounds.
She also co-founded an educational business platform named LOOM in 2016 based in Los Angeles, California. The vision of the organization is to "empower people as they navigate their sexual, reproductive and parenting experience."
She was born as Mary Quinn Lundberg in 1983, in Edmonton, Alberta, in Canada. She has not disclosed the name of her parents but her nationality is Canadian and her ethnicity is white.
She studied at Hunter College, New York City from where she received her undergraduate degree in International Conflict Resolution. Quinn completed her graduation in 2010 under the CUNY Baccalaureate Program in New York City. In 2014 she received her Master's degree from the University of California in Public Policy.