Neil played DI Michael Niles in this eight-part conspiracy thriller from RED Production Company for ITV. Paranoid, a British-German crime drama focuses on a group of detectives working for the fictional Woodmere police, who are attempting to solve the murder of a GP who is stabbed in a children's playground.
"We have our childrens money in a wine fund"
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Suranne Jones receives a Leading Actress nomination for Doctor Foster; the drama also receives a nomination for Mini-Series.
The BBC recently confirmed that Dr Foster will return for a second series.
In Plain Sight - part 2 of 2
When the body of an armed police officer is found, the team join the manhunt for supposed cop killer Bruno, hoping to apprehend him before more officers can be killed.
Neil plays DI Laurence Cooke.
Series crowned Best New Drama at the 2016 National Television Awards.
Neil recently appeared in this gripping new five-part drama series, commissioned for BBC One and written by award-winning playwright Mike Bartlett (Bull). Neil plays Chris Parks, a local entrepreneur who runs a chain of restaurants with his wife.
Suranne Jones plays Doctor Gemma Foster. The cast also includes Bertie Carvel.
The executive producers are Roanna Benn, Greg Brenman and Jude Liknaitzky for Drama Republic and Matthew Read for the BBC.
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Neil recently appeared in series 4 of Suspects. The hour-long episode, case-of-the-week police procedural for Channel Five that's unique in that the dialogue is completely improvised.
Shot in the style of a fly on-the-wall documentary, Suspects is unscripted, with the cast devising their own dialogue based on a detailed plot description.
The cast include Fay Ripley, Damien Molony and Clare-Hope Ashitey. Neil plays Mo.
Bull wins an Olivier !
Mike Bartlett’s Bull, at the Maria at the Young Vic, won the award for Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre in the 2015 Olivier awards. A razor-sharp play about the fine line between office politics and playground bullying
Neil played alongside Adam James, Eleanor Matsuura and Sam Troughton.
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Neil recently appeared in the new eight-part BBC drama series, The Interceptors.
Created by Tony Saint (Margaret Thatcher: Long Walk To Finchley; Strike Back), The Interceptor is about a top secret, state-of-the-art law enforcement team whose unswerving mission is to hunt down some of Britain’s most dangerous criminals.
O.T. Fagbenie leads the cast which also stars Trevor Eve and Jo Joyner.
Frankie & Johnny...
Neil completed a hugely successful run in Frankie & Johnny in the Clare de Lune at the Chichester Festival Theatre.
This tender, funny and passionate play about two lonely people getting together and opening up has been a hit on stages around the world.
Neil played Johnny and Dervla Kirwan played Frankie.
Plebs series 2
Neil was recently in the new series of ITV2 sitcom Plebs.
Plebs follows three desperate young men from the suburbs as they try to get laid, hold down jobs and climb the social ladder in the big city – a city that happens to be Ancient Rome.
The series stars Tom Rosenthal, Joel Fry and Ryan Sampson (After You’ve Gone) as the three young men.
The 24 Hour Plays®
Neil performed in The 10th anniversary of The 24 Hour Plays® Celebrity Gala which took place on Sunday 24th November 2013, hosted by Rob Brydon with an introduction from Artistic Director, Kevin Spacey. Over £165,000 was raised on the night for The Old Vic Theatre Trust and Old Vic New Voices.
Father's Day is a dark mini-drama with a twist, produced for Prostate Cancer UK. Neil conceived it, produced it and stars in it. Also starring Ray Winstone, Charles Dance, John Simm, Tamzin Outhwaite, Cyril Nri and Stuart Laing.
The film aired on ITV4 on Fathers Day 2013, capping a week of activity by ITV and Prostate Cancer UK to raise awareness of a disease that is underfunded and poorly understood. If you missed it you can watch it here or click the link below..
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