About Neil Holland
Neil Holland's acting career spans film, television, and theatre, where he has become known for his strong ability in portraying edgy and intense characters; the bad boy you love to hate.
Neil's television work includes supporting roles in White Collar, As The World Turns, One Life to Live, and All My Children, as well as a leading role in the independent television pilot Meet The Bostonians. On the Web he played the recurring character of James in the hit series Net_work for Black20.com and produced and acted in the new web series Guys in a Hot Tub Talking.
Notable theatre credits include several Off and Off-Off-Broadway productions, including the world premiere of Owned by Julian Sheppard at the TBG Theatre, a revival of Stephen Belber's Tape at the June Havoc Theatre and Adam Rapp's Red Light Winter at Theatre 54 (all of which he also produced), Murphy Guyer's The Interrogation at the TBG Theatre, David Ives' All in the Timing at Altered Stages, as well as a reading of Stephen Adly Guirgis's Untitled/Ass Play as part of the LAByrinth Theatre Company's Barn Reading Series at the Bank Street Theater.