Sir Nigel John Dermot “Sam” Neill was born in New Zealand on September 14, 1947. He has a lengthy history of being a famous performer. He is recognized as one of the most adaptable actors of his generation.
He has acquired the title “international leading man” after playing pivotal roles in films ranging from box office successes to dramas.
Neill produced a lot of New Zealand movies at the beginning of his acting career, including The City of No (1971), The Water Cycle (1972), Hunt’s Duffer (1973), and Landfall (1975).
The 1974 film Telephone Etiquette, made by the New Zealand National Film Unit, was co-written and directed by him.
With the locally made movie Sleeping Dogs, which attracted a lot of attention internationally, he got his big break in 1977.
After relocating to Australia, Neill was cast in a supporting part on The Sullivans. He then won praise for his portrayal of the male lead opposite Judy Davis in the movie My Brilliant Career (1979).
The Journalist (1979), Just Out of Reach (1979), and Assault Force Z were among the Australian movies and television shows on which he went on to work. He also worked on Young Ramsay and Lucinda Brayford (1981).
Sam Neill siblings: Meet Sam Neill’s brother Michael Neill
The New Zealand actor Sam Neill only has one sibling, Michael Neill. Although Michael Neill’s occupation is not specifically specified, he was involved in a legal dispute. Regrettably, there is no additional information on Michael Neill’s occupation or personal information.