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The young McNeill first gained a following and a Daytime Emmy nod on ABC's "All My Children" as Charlie Brent, a likable if somewhat awkward teen romantic. He entered films as the juvenile lead in the minor superhero outing "Masters of the Universe" (1987). McNeill's career was better served playing Jack (of beanstalk fame) in the national touring company of Stephen Sondheim's "Into the Woods" in 1988. He continued to alternate between the stage and small screen, appearing in telefilms, miniseries, specials, and guest shots before spending a year on Broadway in John Guare's "Six Degrees of Separation" as Rick, the kid from Utah who commits suicide. He left for a promised feature starring role in "School Ties" but lost out to Brendan Fraser. McNeill returned to TV on two ABC series as a recurring character on "Homefront," the WWII-era serial, and a regular on "Going to Extremes," a comedy-drama about a medical school in Jamaica. He found a greater measure of job security playing the rakish Lt. Tom Paris on "Star Trek: Voyager" (UPN, 1995-2001).
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Cast (TV Mini-Series)
Produced and starred in the NYC premiere of Sam Shepard's "The Four-H Club"
After studying for two years at Juilliard, cast as teen romantic lead Charlie Brent on the ABC daytime soap "All My Children"; received Daytime Emmy nomination for the role
Feature acting debut, "Masters of the Universe"
Appeared in the Off-Broadway play "Palace of Amateurs"
Featured as Jack (as in Jack and the beanstalk) in the national touring company of "Into the Woods", Stephen Sondheim's Tony Award-winning musical
TV-movie debut, "Mothers, Daughters and Lovers"; also an unsold pilot
TV miniseries debut, "Jackie Collins' 'Lucky/Chances'"
First TV special, "Flour Babies" on "CBS Schoolbreak Specials"
Played a recurring role on "Homefront", a primetime ABC serial set during WWII
Co-wrote, produced and directed the short "The Battery", starring Ethan Phillips and Joshua Jackson
Helmed an episode of "The Journey of Allen Strange" (Nickelodeon)
Shot second shory "9mm of Love"