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Whatever Happened To Quinn From How I Met Your Mother?

The CBS sitcom "How I Met Your Mother" grew a large fanbase over the course of its nine seasons. The show, which stars Neil Patrick Harris, Alyson Hannigan, Jason Segel, and Cobie Smulders alongside Josh Radnor, focuses on the life of Ted Mosby, played by Radnor, and his friends, emphasizing the dating woes he has along the way.

Over the course of the show's run, there were a number of guests and recurring performers, many of whom endeared themselves to the show's audience despite not being part of the main cast. One such character was Quinn Garvey. Played by performer Becki Newton, Quinn was introduced in Season 7 as a stripper who caught the eye of Barney Stinson, played by Harris. The two have their ups and downs before moving in together, and on the way to a vacation, Barney ends up proposing to Quinn. However, the two break up when they realize they still have trust issues with regard to each other.

The end of Quinn's story arc on "How I Met Your Mother" left many wondering what her actress would do next. So what has Newton been up to?

Newton appeared in a variety of TV shows

Becki Newton jumped immediately from "How I Met Your Mother" to the Fox sitcom "The Goodwin Games," which was also co-created by Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, the duo behind "How I Met Your Mother," as well as Chris Harris, who also wrote on the show. "The Goodwin Games," in which Newton portrayed Chloe Goodwin, revolves around three siblings who are forced to play games together for the inheritance of their late father, who put in the stipulation in hopes that it would bring them closer together.

Following the show's cancellation, Newton remained at Fox, appearing in the lead ensemble of the show "Weird Loners," alongside Zachary Knighton, Nate Torrence, and Meera Rohit Kumbhani. She played Caryn Goldfarb, a member of a quartet of single friends who bond over their aversion to relationships.

Newton followed that up by moving to Paramount+ for the anthology series "Tell Me A Story," in which she appeared in the show's first season, playing Katrina Thorn. Her co-stars in the fairy tale subversion drama include Paul Wesley, James Wolk, and Kim Cattrall.

Newton's next series also featured a "Sex and the City" alum, as she went to HBO for a supporting role in the dramedy "Divorce," alongside Sarah Jessica Parker. She played Jackie in the show, which also stars Molly Shannon, Thomas Haden Church, and Dean Winters.

Newton will next be seen in the Netflix series "The Lincoln Lawyer" (via IMDb).