Gary Mcneil
Gary McNeill studied at NYU and HB Studios, and was one of the last cast members to perform "A Few Good Men" on Broadway and at the famed Westport Playhouse In Connecticut. He worked on the production of "Chap So Am" (Armistad Victory)atThe Henry Street Playhouse.He played Medgar Evers in the critically acclaimed "Slow Down The Night" at the West Angeles Arts Center in Los Angeles. Other credits include David Mamets' "Edmond", Sam Arts Williams' "Home", the National Tour of Theatreworks/USA production of "Freedom Train" (The Harriet Tubman Story), "The Blacks: A Clown Show" at The Classical Theatre of Harlem (Audelco Award),and "The River Niger" at The National Black Theatre. Gary also does industrial videos for The National Basketball Association. He co-starred alongside Sandra Bullock in the film "Who Shot Pat" and other film credits include "Hangin' With The Homeboys", "The Game Is Dead", and the soon to be released "Turtleneck Gang". His commercial credits include an international IBM Lotus campaign ("Superman I Am").