In the career spanning more than two and a half decade, Dylan Neal has flaunted his fine acting skills in a diverse range of series, including “The Bold and the Beautiful”, “Blood Ties” and “Dough Witter”. Although Canadian actor lists several credits on his initial resume, Dylan didn’t truly attain substantial acknowledgement among American viewers before scoring a brief part on the soap opera titled, “Dawson’s Creak”, alongside Katie Holmes, James an Der Beek, Michelle Williams and Joshua Jackson.
The future star Dylan Neal came into the world on 8th of October 1969, starting his life journey in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada. When he was six months old, his family relocated to Oakville, Ontario, where he attended the Appleby College. Though he has made a name for himself in the acting industry, his first career choice was not acting. He wanted to be squash player, during his teenage. He afterward transferred to the Blackelock High School, where his fondness in acting increased. In high school, he participated in a number of school’s productions and drama program. After being encouraged by his drama teacher, he decided to make his living though acting. Alike most of other actors, he as well took a number of odd jobs before landing a real acting gig. He worked as caterer and pizza delivery boy.
Talking about his personal life, he has really kept his lip tight regarding his past affairs. Despite spending more than twenty years in the industry, he has managed to keep his love history completely under wrap. However his nuptial with Canadian actress Becky Southwell is not a hidden mystery in any manner. Dylan walked down the aisle with this beautiful lady on 21st of September 1996. The couple is blessed with two adorable children.
He entered the Canadian entertainment world as a guest artist in a strings of television series including “Learning the Ropes”, “Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future”, “My secrete Identity”, “War of the Worlds” and “E.N.G.”, before landing a major role in a memorable horror sequel titled “Prom Nigh III: The Last Kiss” in the year 1990. He went on appearing in a series of TV sitcom and television movies located in his native land. In 1992, he went to Hollywood; however he could not support himself in the USA between castings. In the year 1994, he got his breakthrough after he was cast as Dylan Shaw in daytime drama titled “The Bold and the Beautiful”. He remained in the series till 1997. While working in the series, he appeared in the Disney Channel television film “Golden Will: The Silken Laumann Story”. In 1977, he scored a regular part as a plastic surgeon in “Pacific Palisades”. He appeared in numerous guest roles before landing another regular role in “Hyperion Bay”. He next starred in “Dawson’s Creek” and had a reoccurring part in “JAG”. The following year, he starred in television movie “The President’s Man”. In 2001, he was seen in an episode of an action series “Thieves”. With a starring role in “Babylon 5: The Legend of the Rangers”, he came on the surface again. That spring, he appeared in a feature film “40 Days and 40 Nights”. In “Landspeed”, he played Young Brian Sanger”. He has had a string of high profile roes in series such as “She Spies”, “LAX”, “Kevin Hill”, “CSI: Miami”, “The War At Home”, “The Jake Effect”, “Psych”, “Stargate Atlantis”, “The L Word”, “Murdoch Mysteries”, “Human Target”, “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, “Haven”, “Flashpoint” and “Bones” among others. Since 2007 to 2008, he portrayed Detective Mike Celluci in “Blood Ties”. In 2010’s “The Traveler”, he portrayed Detective Alexander Black. He is currently portraying the male lead alongside Andie MacDowell in the TV sitcom “Cedar Cove”. He portrayed Bob Adams in “Fifty Shades of Grey”. The numerical data of his net worth has not been published yet.
In his spare time, he enjoys watching hockey. He loves woodworking. He likes cats. His accomplished work accompanied with his toned body and good looks has helped him to touch the height of success. more info is available in wiki.