Neil Jackson played the character "Tre" in the film Table For Three.
Neil Jackson played the character "Dextor" in the film Freedom Dance.
Neil Jackson played the character "Duke" in the film The Thirst.
Neil Jackson appeared in the film Danny Loves Angela.
Neil Jackson performed in the production of Queer As Folk.
Neil Jackson performed in the production of Miss Julie.
Neil Jackson performed in the production of The Curse Of Tittikhamon.
Neil Jackson performed in the production of The Illustrated Games People Play.
Neil currently resides in Los Angeles.
Neil Jackson was in the movie Push and played Victor Budarin.
Neil Jackson is appeared as "Mr. Slate" in the newest James Bond Film - Quantum of Solace that was released on the 27th of November, 2008.
Neil Jackson was in the 2005 theatrical release of Breakfast on Pluto.
Neil's favorite episode to film in Blade: The Series was episode 10, "Hunters." He especially enjoyed filming Marcus' flashback sequence.
Neil appeared in the 2007 movie, The Passage.
Neil is a big fan of the Blade films.
When he arrived at the University, he was interested in taking Karate, but since they didn't have a team he took Boxing.
In 2001, he was in college in Cardiff and Wales and enrolled in an acting course.
When he was a kid, he used to act in the National Youth Theatre.
He earned a degree in sports.
He worked as a bouncer at one time.
He is writing and playing guitar and has made available 25 of his favorite songs on MySpace.
He recently obtained his PhD from the University of Westminster.
He is not a smoker.
He likes movies featuring Jimmy Stewart.
He played in the stage production of The Illustrated Games at the Westminster Theatre.
He played Stuart in the stage production of Queer As Folk - Workshop.
In 2000, he moved to London to pursue acting.
He followed Wesley Snipes' career, because as a kid he was doing martial arts.
For his role in the movie Alexander, Neil went to the British Museum and studied an exhibit on Alexander. He also read several books to help him learn his character.
(2006) He is living in Vancouver, British-Columbia, Canada for the filming of the TV series Blade.
He appeared in the play Miss Julie and played the role of Jean.
He used to love the Anne Rice books.
He used to do martial arts as a kid.
Neil had to learn how to use a sword for his role in the show Blade.
He would like to do another movie as big as Alexander in which he played the role of Perdiccas in 2004.
His height is 6' (1.83 m).
Prior to starting his acting career he was a boxer and won the British Universities Championship twice. He also worked as a personal trainer in boxing
Neil: I've just completed a feature called "The Passage" with Stephen Dorff. It's a thriller shot in Morocco that I wrote about a year ago
Neil (talking about what is was like working on the set of "Stargate SG-1"): I had a blast on that show. Khalek was so wonderfully evil to play that I enjoyed every minute of it. There was no humanity to him at all, no regret or consequence. And the guys were so friendly and helpful, making me feel instantly at home. It was a pleasure.
Neil (talking about his funniest moment on the set of "Blade: The Series"): during the first Marcus/Krista sex scene after he's just killed Damek. Jill had laid me on the bed and was doing her thing. She had to unbutton my shirt and lick the wound. So she unbuttons, the camera solely on her face, her reactions. She pulls loose another button, and another... then pauses. I had stuck a pair of fake breast to my chest. It was one of those, had to be there moments!
Neil (On the "Blade" movies): I didn't know anything about Blade before the films came out. I followed Wesley Snipes' career a bit because I used to do martial arts as a kid.
Neil (On his "Blade: The Series" character Marcus): He's a very civilized and sophisticated so he's a drinks out of a chalice type vampire. You never actually see him feeding on a neck and doing all that dirty stuff. The minions do that for him. Somebody else makes the kill and pours the blood into a nice cup for him to sip.
Neil Jackson: Immortality lies in the hearts of others, to live forever is to be remembered...
Neil Jackson: I realized the only time I was really happy was when I was acting.
(Speaking of the movie Alexander (2004))
Reporter: Would you do something of this scale again?
Neil Jackson: I'd love to. Yeah, at the drop of a hat. The friends that I've made as a result of it, all the guys that were in the movie and the crew and the cast, we're still good friends. I went to one of their weddings. We stay in contact all the time. So that alone would make me want to do it again.
Reporter: Were you ever a comic book fan?
Neil Jackson: Not really. I was always a cartoon fan. I loved the X-Men cartoons, loved the Spider-Man cartoons and the Batman cartoons. I loved the live action series of Spider-Man, always a big fan of the Batman. I grew up with that stuff and on into my early 20s.
Reporter: How much contact did you have with David Goyer?
Neil Jackson: A lot because he was around was shooting a movie, called The Invisible, in Vancouver when we were there shooting the pilot.
Reporter: I read that you're a boxing champ too.
Neil Jackson: Yeah, I boxed years ago. I had my last fight seven years ago. It has helped. As I said, Marcus doesn't get physical. He has henchmen and minions to do that.
Reporter: Were you a fan of the Blade films?
Neil Jackson: I loved them. I didn't know anything about Blade before the films came out.
Reporter: Why do British guys always play evil vampires?
Neil Jackson: I have no f-ing idea. If you want a literal answer, we have this stigma that we're well spoken and everything we say has a lyrical quality to it as opposed to the Americans.