Neil’s theatre credits include The Murder Game and Suddenly at Home for the London Repertory Players, Moment of Grace for the Bloomsbury Festival, Rope and award-winning new play Bully Beef for Brighton Fringe, and the classic Christmas story It’s a Wonderful Life.
Other stage credits include Dial M for Murder, The Good Doctor, Yes Prime Minister and The Ladykillers. Neil has also enjoyed performing in new writing plays including The Missing Special, Magpies, Trial by Ego and the sell-out comedy Would Like to Meet.
Neil is currently rehearsing for this year’s Brighton Fringe, appearing as Jerry in Harold Pinter’s Betrayal and as Frank in new play Further Education.
Neil has appeared in over seventy short films, most notably the award-winning Wise Girl and The Domestic Life of Mollusks.
Other screen work includes feature films Dragonflies Only Live for 24 Hours, Strangers Within, The Cutting Room and Addict as well as various commercials for companies such as Nationwide, Warburtons and BMW. He also played the lead in The Lost Boys music video for their single China in the Sink.
Neil’s voice credits include extensive work on the sci-fi audio drama series The Whisper Through the Static and voicing various characters in the stop-motion animated feature film Strike (currently on theatrical release in France under the title Mango).
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