Silk series 3
The highly acclaimed legal drama concludes on BBC One
Episode 6 - Monday March 31st at 9pm - final episode.
Martha is becoming increasingly isolated as she fights to defend ex-boyfriend Sean against overwhelming evidence. Billy's harassment tribunal comes to a head and, when Shoe Lane votes on the silk to guide them into an uncertain future, Martha must decide what really matters. Watch it again here.
|Neil on The Alan Titchmarsh Show|
Neil starred alongside Chiwetel Ejiofor (Solomon Northup in the Oscar winning film 12 Years a Slave), Ian McShane (Al Swearengen in Golden Globe winning TV series Deadwood) and Robson Green in the BBC drama series Trust (also re-broadcast on BBC America).
Trust revolves around a corporate law team working in London
Neil recently attended the press night for the revival of Conor McPherson’s award-winning play The Weir at Londons Wyndham Theatre. Risteárd Cooper, Brian Cox, Dervla Kirwan, Peter McDonald and Ardal O'Hanlon fill the five roles in this Irish play.
Following a smash sell-out hit at the Donmar Warehouse, this modern ghost story transfers to Wyndham’s Theatre for twelve weeks only.
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..
|Interview with Neil about Father's Day||Pictures||See Neil on ITV's Lorraine|
Neil recently appeared in the US premiere of Mike Bartlett's "Bull" as part of the Brits off Broadway festival.
Neil played Carter in this gritty play about office politics, described by one reviewer as "Lord of the Flies in sharp suits for grown ups" (Yorkshire Post).