|Date of birth||13 May 1977|
|Origin||Trenton, New Jersey, USA|
Neil is best known for his recurring role on "Lost", playing Liam, the heroin-addicted rockstar brother of Charlie (Dominic Monaghan). His other TV credits include recurring roles on the Emmy-Award Nominated "Big Love" and the Paul Haggis series, "Crash"; as well as a wide variety of guest starring roles on "My Name Is Earl", "The Ghost Whisperer", "CSI:NY", "Criminal Minds" and "NCIS", to name a few. Neil also appeared on "Nip/Tuck" as the long-lost brother of Dr. McNamara (Dylan Walsh), and reprised his role of Liam on the final season of "Lost". He recently finished shooting the sci-fi feature film, "Skyline", directed by Colin & Greg Strause.
A classically trained theater actor and singer, Neil is a graduate of American Conservatory Theater's MFA program ('02). He is also well known for his Christopher Walken impression, for which he received rave reviews in both The New York Times and The Hollywood Reporter (for "My Big Fat Independent Movie").
In 2008, he starred opposite Academy Award Nominated actor James Cromwell in "Hit Factor", a pilot which Neil co-wrote and co-Executive Produced. "Hit Factor" won Best Drama at the New York Television Festival in 2008 and Best Writing and Best Ensemble Acting at the Independent Television Festival
- Won the "Best Performance" award at the Edwood FilmFest (2007) for his work in "Walkentalk".
- Won "Best Writing" and "Best Ensemble Acting" at the Independent Television Festival in 2008 for his pilot "Hit Factor".
- Won "Best Drama" at the New York Television Festival in 2008 for his pilot "Hit Factor".