was educated at Cambridge University where he was President of the Cambridge Footlights, directing their pantomime and revue and touring the UK and Australia.
    He´s done two double-acts, with Mike Myers and with Nick Hancock.
    Since 1985 he has improvised sketches and stories with the Comedy Store Players, of which he is a founder-member. He starred with Eddie Izzard in the sell-out West End run of One Word Improv.
    On television, Neil´s numerous appearances include Whose Line is it Anyway, Smith and Jones, Saturday Live, Carrott Confidential, Paul Merton - The Series, It´s Only TV But I Like It.
    His movie appearances include Austin Powers 1 - International Man of Mystery and Austin Powers 3 - Gold Member, Spiceworld - The Movie, and Neil helped Mike Myers with (uncredited) re-writes on So I Married An Axe Murderer.
    Neil has written and performed four one-man shows: A Bit of Quiet Fun, Memoirs of Lord Naughty, All That Mullarkey, Don´t Be Needy, Be Succeedy.
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