2010 - present
2010 - present
Neil was born in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire and grew up there before moving to London to attend Drama College.
Although taken to Theatres at an early age Neil's main passion was football. He represented his district and county and having been on the radar of teams such as Luton Town, Oxford and Swindon he signed for Stevenage Borough at sixteen. However Neil's football career was short lived when he was released by the club a year later.
During this time acting started to become a more prominent force and at eighteen Neil was offered a place at The Drama Centre London. Former students at the Drama Centre include Paul Bettany, Simon Callow, Anne Marie Duff, Colin Firth, Tom Hardy, John Simm, Helen McCorey and Michael Fassbender.
Following his graduation Neil went straight into work touring the UK and Europe in numerous stage productions.
In 2006 Neil made his television debut in ITV's The Bill and in 2009 his West End debut in the World's longest running show - The Mousetrap.
In 2013 Neil formed The Long Lane Theatre Company with his wife the actress Eve Pearson-Wright. The company has toured two theatre productions and runs drama classes and workshops in schools through out the greater London area.
In 2017 they produced The Giant Killers, a play they both wrote and starred in which opened at The Rose Theatre Edinburgh in August and is due to tour the UK in 2018.