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Neil Roberts

Neil Roberts

Neil recently played Warren Finn in Eastenders.

British televisions credits include: Warren Finn in Eastenders (BBC), Solicitor in Project Hampstead - TBA (Netflix), Glenn Donovan in Hollyoaks (Channel 4), DS Wise in Emmerdale (ITV), Ricky Delaine in Doctors (BBC), Mike Leydon in Coronation Street (ITV), Anthony Vernon in New Tricks (BBC), James Forth in Doctors (BBC), Eddie Long in Boy’s Adrift (Discovery Channel), Richard in Life Bites (Disney), Philip Lawlor in Holby (BBC), Laurent Cohen in Doctors (BBC), Simon Arnold in Gill Mayo Mysteries (BBC), Durranty in The Impressionisists (BBC), Clive in Love Soup (BBC), Duncan Lewis in Holby (BBC), Nicholas Ritter in Keen Eddie (Paramount Televison), Harry Mawer in Doctors (BBC), Gavin Arnold in Family Affairs (Channel 5), James Spiller in The Bill (ITV), Jim in Privates (ITV), Lt. Philip Lamb in A Breed Of Heroes (BBC), PC Jones in Just William (BBC) and Jeremy Bamber in The White House Farm Murders (ITV).

American television credits include: Rodney Seagel in Whiskey Cavalier (ABC), Rex Buckland in Charmed (Warner Bros.), Jacob Wallenfels in Beverley Hills 90210 (FOX), Brother Michael in Babylon 5 (Warner Bros.), Dr Shurmer in Diagnosis Murder (CBS), John in Baywatch Nights (Syndicated), Ted Bernsen in Sliders (FOX), Ben in Public Morals (CBS) and Gary Prescott in Party of Five (FOX).

Films credits include: Professor Stevens in Mum’s List (Studio Soho), Herbert in Vernon Walks (Paramount), Tom Candle in The History Of Chance (New Planet Films), Martin in Killing Me Softly (MGM), Aganon in Love In The Ancient World (A&E Home Video), Alexander Goodwin Pierce in Nick Fury: Agent Of Shield (FOX) and Tony Phillips in The Second Civil War (HBO).

Theatre includes: Dr Breuner in Rain Man (UK Tour), Gabriel Utterson in Jekyll & Hyde (UK Tour), Stephen in Dealer’s Choice (UK Tour), Sir Robert Anderson in Sherlock Holmes & The Ripper Murders (UK Tour), Maurice Bendrix in End of The Affair (UK Tour), Ratty in Wind In The Willows (Haymarket Theatre), Arthur Christie in Who Killed “Agatha” Christie? (UK Tour), Frank Gilman in Night Fright (UK Tour), Gaston in Beauty & The Beast (Imagine Theatre) Thomas in Murder In Green Meadows (English Speaking Theatre of Vienna), Philip in My Cousin Rachel (Windsor Theatre), Valentine Legend in Love For Love (Hampstead Theatre), Dwight in Elegies (Criterion Theatre – West End), Duke of Bristol in On Approval (Watermill Theatre), Grayle in The Prisoners Of War (Hampstead Theatre), Babe in Post Mortem (King’s Head Theatre), Silvius in As You Like It (Greenwich Theatre), Lew in Here Come The Clowns (King’s Head Theatre), Kenny in A Single Man (Greenwich Theatre), Christopher Robin in Winnie The Pooh (West End & UK Tour), Hamlet in Hamlet (Edinburgh Festival), Giovanni in ’Tis Pity She’s A Whore (Bristol), Mowgli in The Jungle Book (The Other Place RSC), Much The Miller in Robin Hood (Nottingham Playhouse) and Tupper in Forty Years On (Salisbury Playhouse).

Musicals include: George Banks in Mary Poppins (Cameron Mackintosh & Disney – UK & World Tour), Harry Bright in Mamma Mia! (Prince Of Wales Theatre & Novello Theatre – West End), Captain Von Trap in The Sound Of Music (Asia Tour) and Timothy in Salad Days (UK Tour).

Radio productions include: A year with the BBC Radio Repertory Company appearing in over 100 radio plays. Sir Charles Surface in School For Scandal (BBC), Mozart in The Prodigy Of Nature (BBC), Chang in Tintin In Tintin (BBC), Archus in Stargate Atlantis: The Kindness Of Strangers (Big Finish Productions), Temeter in Dr Who: Kingdom Of Silver (Big Finish Productions), Tulok in Dr Who: Kingdom Of Silver (Big Finish Productions), Simo Belan in Earthsearch (Big Finish Productions), Tulung in The Land Of The Dead (Big Finish Productions) and Kenny in A Single Man (BBC).

Games include: The Dark Urge & TAV5 in Baldur’s Gate 3, Squash in Project Victor, Space Marine in Project Brutus - TBA, Gwendil & Ork in Lord Of The Rings: Gollum and Outlaw in Hood: Outlaws and Legends.

Voiceovers include: Amazon Prime Video, Carcasse & The Spider Man Of Paris.

Producer: A number of award winning Shorts conjunction with New Planet Films includes Sage, For Your Suffering, Sorceress & The History Of Chance.

Training: Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

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