Sam Neill’s full name is Nigel John Dermot Neill and he is a New Zealand actor as well as a screenwriter, producer and director. In 2019, he acted as Leo in Palm Beach. In the same year he played the role of Paul in Blackbird. In the same year, he appeared in the role of Paddy Payne in Ride Like a Girl. The same year he starred in the role of Wedding Planner in Take Home Pay. In 2020, he acted as Colin in Rams. In 2021, he played the role of Frankie Scales in Daisy Quokka: World’s Scariest Animal. In 2021, he lent his voice to the character of Tommy Brock in Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway. In the same year, he would appear in Thor: Love and Thunder as the Odin Actor. In 2022 he played Jurassic World: Dominion in Dr. Starred in the role of Alan Grant. In 2022, he played the role of Jonathan Caldwell in Assassin Club.
Sam Neill BioGraphy
Nigel John Dermot Neill opened his little eyes for the first time in this world on 14 September 1947 in Omagh, United Kingdom. 74-year-old Nigel has New Zealander, British and Irish nationality and his birth sign is Virgo. His parents’ name is Dermot Neill and Priscilla Beatrice. Dermot was an army officer and he was a third generation New Zealander. Priscilla was English. Nigel’s great-grandfather’s name is Percy Neal. In 1860 his great-grandfather left Belfast in Ireland and settled in Dunedin for New Zealand.
Nigel John Dermot Neill took admission in Christ’s College, Christchurch, an Anglican boys’ boarding school for his studies. After studying yes, he took admission in the University of Canterbury from where he studied English literature. After that he took admission in Victoria University.
Film Career Beginning
In 1975 he starred as Eric in Landfall. In the same year he played the role of Priest in Ashes. In 1977, he appeared in Sleeping Dogs as Smith. In 1979 he starred in the role of Mike in Just Out of Reach. The same year he starred as Rex in The Journalist. In the same year, he played the role of Harry Beecham in My Brilliant Career. In 1981, he appeared as Damien Thorn in Omen III: The Final Conflict. In the same year he starred in the role of Mark in Possession. In the same year he starred as Marian in From a Far Country. In 1982, he played the role of Brian de Bois-Guilbert in Ivanhoe. In the same year, he appeared in Attack Force Z as Sergeant D. J. (Danny) Costello. In the same year he starred in the role of Dimitri Vasilikov in Enigma. In 1984, he starred as Bergman in The Blood of Others. The same year he played Mr Gentleman in The Country Girls.
|Real Name||Nigel John Dermot “Sam” Neill DCNZM|
|Age||74 Year Old|
|Date Of Birth||14 September 1947|
Omagh, United Kingdom
|Mother Name||Priscilla Beatrice|
|Girl Friend Name||Laura Tingle|
|School||Christ’s College, Christchurch|
|College||University of Canterbury|
|Hair Color||Light Brown|
|Shoe Size||16 (US)|
|Chest size||40 inches|
|Waist size||32 Inches|
|Biceps size||18 inches|
|Are you married ?||Yes|
|Is he Gay||No|
|Girl Friend Name||Laura Tingle|
Rise To Fame
In 1985, he appeared as Captain Starlight in Robbery Under Arms. In the same year he starred in the role of Lazar in Plenty. In 1986, he starred as James Quick in For Love Alone. In 1987, he played the role of Neville Gifford in The Umbrella Woman. In 1988, he appeared in Evil Angels as Michael Chamberlain. In 1989, he starred in the roles of Dead Calm and La Révolution. In 1990, he played the role of The Hunt for Red October and Shadow of China. In 1991, he appeared in the roles of Death in Brunswick and Until the End of the World. In 1992 he starred in the role of Memoirs of an Invisible Man and Hostage. In 1993, he starred in The Piano, Jurassic Park and Sirens.
In 1994, he played the role of Country Life, The Jungle Book and In the Mouth of Madness. In 1995, he appeared in the role of King Charles II in Restoration. In 1996, he starred in Children of the Revolution and Victory. In 1997, he appeared in Event Horizon and Snow White: A Tale of Terror. In 1998, he starred in The Horse Whisperer and Sweet Revenge. In 1999 he appeared in Molokai: The Story of Father Damien and Bicentennial Man. In 2000, he starred in My Mother Frank, The Dish and The Magic Pudding.
Nigel John Dermot Neill married Lisa Harrow in 1978. In 1983, his wife gave birth to his first son whom he named Tim. In 1989, he got divorced from Lisa. In 1989, he married Noriko Watanabe. His wife is a make-up artist by profession. His second wife gave birth to their first daughter in 1991 whom he named Elena. In 2017, he got divorced from his second wife. He then has since the beginning of 2018: a relationship with Laura Tingle.
Nigel John Dermot Neill, the actor who played Frankie Scales in Daisy Quokka: World’s Scariest Animal, has a net worth of around $18 million.
Next Actor: Joel Edgerton BioGraphy