Neil Morrissey

Much Loved Actor, Presenter & Beer Expert!

Neil Morrissey is one of the country's most popular television actors, well-known for numerous TV programmes such as the BBC sitcom Men Behaving Badly and the critically acclaimed Line Of Duty. He also took on the role of Harry Palfrey in the award-winning The Night Manager, for BBC One.

Neil also plays Greg in ITV’s Good Karma Hospital. Other TV credits include The Long Call, The Syndicate, Penance, The Trial of Christine Keeler, Unforgotten, Striking Out, Grantchester, Me & Mrs Jones, Waterloo Road, Carrie and Barry, Murder in Mind and Paradise Heights. 

Neil has also trodden the boards in the West End, with the stage version of Victoria Wood’s Acorn Antiques. He’s also played Nathan in Guys and Dolls, Fagin in Cameron Mackintosh’s Oliver, and was in Relative Values alongside Men Behaving Badly co-star Caroline Quenitn and Nevill’s Island with Adrian Edmondson, Miles Jupp and Robert Webb. 

Neil is nothing, if not eclectic. His very first job was filming Mutiny on the Bounty in Tahiti, with Mel Gibson. He has also travelled to Jordan on a camel, followed by a TV crew, and lived to tell the tale. He is also very proud to have had several Number One records! 


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