About Neil Rogers
Neil Rogers is an award winning actor, singer and voice over talent currently based in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area. A diverse actor, Neil has had major roles in Musicals, Comedies, Dramas and Classical productions in addition to work in film, live presentation, marketing projects, and Voice Over work.
Neil has won multiple awards across the country for acting. After recently returning to the DFW stage he has garnered 6 acting nominations for both Equity and Non-equity productions over a 3 year period and has received a regional Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical (Equity) for his performance in 1776! at Lyric Stage. Neil has also recieved great critical acclaim for performances from comedy to drama.
"Neil Rogers showed his prowess in comedic timing"- The Columns,
"a flair for physical comedy that's entertaining to watch" - TheatreJones
"Rogers portrayed this dark character with an evilness and sang with a richness befitting this nasty character" - eSocial World,
"His performance is big, bold and full of fire and heart. His scene[s] have touches of Orson Welles" - TheatreJones
Other local Musical productions of note; Les Miserables / Javert, Rogers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific / Emile De Beque, Lerner & Loewe's Camelot / King Arthur, Eric Idle's SPAMALOT / King Arthur, Rogers and Hammerstein’s Sound of Music / Capt. von Trapp, and supporting roles such as Sam/Halloran in A Catered Affair at Theatre Three (nominated best supporting actor), the Senator in Best Little Whorehouse in Texas at Casa Manana, Bratt in How to Succeed in Business... at Garland Summer Musicals and Pops in Gypsy at Lyric Stage (nominated best featured actor)
Notable plays include Arthur Putnam in An Act of the Imagination, Gerald in Woman in Mind (nominated for best actor), Oscar Hubbard in The Little Foxes (nominated for best actor) and Polixines in The Winter's Tale at Shakespeare Dallas.