Neill Fleming has been acting his entire life. Eventually someone suggested he try it on an actual stage, and he’s never looked back. Originally from Dublin, he moved to Boston at the age of six, and then spent the rest of his life hopping back and forth over the Atlantic, from Maine to Donegal, New York City and Amherst, MA.
Favourite theatre roles include Superintendent in ‘Accidental Death of an Anarchist’ (A/C Productions), Lord Burleigh in ‘Mary Stuart’ (Pageant Wagon), Orsino in 12th Night (A/C Productions), Barry Champlain in ‘Talk Radio’ (7 Silent Men), Lord Windermere in ‘Lady Windermere’s Fan’ (Bruiser), Andy Treacy in Lovers (Room to Move/Road to Ithaca), The Man in After Midnight, Before Dawn (Silent Blade), The IRA Officer in The Hostage, The Marchese di Forlipopoli in La Locandiera (Wonderland), Jack Worthing in ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ Joxer Daly in Juno and the Paycock (Parnassus) and Oscar Wilde in Mike Poblete’s Stoker. He’s played Murren in ‘The Hit Producer’, Lt. Col. Jack Taylor in ‘A Terrible Beauty’, Kartstark Man in ‘Game of Thrones’, Bob Cratchit in October Eleven’s ‘A Christmas Carol’, Damien in Guerilla 12′s ‘The Nixer’, Leader of the Opposition in Organic Hill’s ‘Portrait of a Zombie’ and played in a rake of short flicks.