He wrote, produced, and directed two award-winning short films, The Battery and 9 mm of Love.
He won the Dramalogue award fo best actor when he played Romeo in a Ford Theatre production of "Romeo and Juliet".
His nickname is "Robbie".
His height is 6'2" (1.89 m).
His first boy, Kyle is born the 12th April 1994.
His first daugther, Taylor, was born on the 11th of June, 1990.
His third child, Carter Jay McNeill, was born 21 January 1998.
He has 3 children.
He has been married to Carol Seder since 1988.
Nominated a daytime Emmy in 1988 for his role in All My Children.
Best known as Lt. Tom Paris on Star Trek: Voyager.
He Co-founded "Reel Play Productions". A theatre group for inner-city children.
Robert Duncan McNeill: Some people still recognize me, obviously, from Voyager, but if I'm introduced to people now I say that I'm a director.
Robert Duncan McNeill: I'm in a place right now where, after seven years of Star Trek, it's really exciting to be out of Star Trek. I don't have any bad feelings towards Star Trek. I really appreciate what I was able to do on Voyager and what I was able to learn. It was great.
Robert Duncan McNeill: Things change dramatically once you actually get into prepping a show. You realise you can't afford things or you realise something is just impossible to shoot.
Robert Duncan McNeill: I have a lot of family connections in North Carolina, so it was always fun to go home.
Robert Duncan McNeill: I'm not sure when I'll do any more acting. We'll see.
Reporter: What can you tell us about your second directing experience on the newest Star Trek series?
Robert Duncan McNeill: I'm curious to see the final cut of the episode. The show ended up eight minutes short, which is about a day's work.