Personal Profile

Lee Neville

Lee has been inspired by the entertainment industry since he was a child and through that inspiration now lives to inspire others through entertainment. He has trained and worked professionally in Los Angeles, Florida, Paris and London. He has performed as an actor, singer and dancer on film, television and stage, and in commercials. He also writes, directs, models and coaches acting.

Highlights of Lee's career include appearing in the 2011 BAFTA nominated short film 'Connect', and writing, directing and acting in two of his own short plays and five of his own short films to date. A sixth is in development. While in LA he has trained with coaches Elisa Eliot and Art Wolff. In the UK Lee has been coached by Mel Churcher and studied at the Actors Temple, RADA, Pinewood Film Studios, Lyric Theatre Hammersmith and the Theatre Royal Haymarket where he has learned from numerous practitioners including Patrick Stewart, James McAvoy, Ewan McGregor, Jeremy Irons, Imelda Staunton and Jane Krakowski to name a few. His favorite acting technique is Meisner, though he believes that to be truly successful as an actor, all you need is truth.

Lee is an avid supporter of various children's charities including Give Kids The World in Florida and the Duke of Edinburgh's Award in the UK.

Short film credits

Director, Producer, Screenwriter, Actor, Editor, Casting

Time Always Moving

United Kingdom | May 2011 | 10:58
After the night that time appeared to stop moving, someone stayed.
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Information on this profile is provided by the person and/or compiled from available sources | Profile updated 15 Jul 2011