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About Neil Sean

Neil Sean's exclusive interviews for this site: Des O'Connor - Alan Scott - Mike Winters - Ann Montini - Neil Sean's Hall of Fame

Neil Sean and Des O'Connor on stage at the Playhouse Theatre, London in 2011 © maycon pictures.Neil Sean has kindly sent in some interesting material for use on the site including exclusive interviews with Des O'Connor, Mike Winters, Alan Scott, a copy of his short radio play set in the Dewsbury Empire, and a piece on the Empire Palace, Leeds.

Right - Neil Sean and Des O'Connor on stage at the Playhouse Theatre, London in 2011 © maycon pictures.

Neil is currently the Royal / Entertainment reporter for NBC News / MSNBC & Access Hollywood (London & New York) as well as writing for numerous daily newspapers including Daily Mail / Metro (Green Room) Hello, US Weekly to name just a few.

Live From The London Palladium by Neil SeanNeil recently launched two DVD presentations “West End Stars in Conversation" & "Dr Who Tales Lost in Time." He also appears in the UK on all major news channels BBC / ITN / FIVE.

Neil began his career as a singer / compare / comedian and appeared in a variety of shows throughout the UK in summer season as well as appearing in London’s West End (Palladium / Prince Of Wales etc).

Left - Neil's book "Live From The London Palladium" was published in 2014, see details here.

Hippodromes , Empires and Palaces DVD - Click for details.Neil also provided the vocal coach “voice“ for many acts during his time as a session singer for the respected production team of Stock / Atiken Waterman resulting in appearances on all top pop shows / Royal Variety & live tours.

Neil has his own weekly chat show “Be My Guest“ featuring world class celebrities, the show is aired around the world via International airlines – check YouTube for samples.

Having interviewed every major entertainment figure from Sir Paul McCartney through to world leaders President Obama & Royals Neil really has his finger on the pulse when it comes to the world of popular culture across all mediums.

And for those who miss the twice nightly shows at your local Empire, Hippodrome and Palaces theatres Neil's new DVD 'Hippodromes , Empires and Palaces' (shown right) is available here.

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