He began his career in São Paulo, his hometown. In dubbing, he started at Aic, doing most of the time, voices of villains in series like “Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea” and “Missão Impossible. At the Arte Industrial Cinematográfica studios - AIC São Paulo - he voiced the character that would mark him forever: Dr. Leonard McCoy in the first dubbing of “Journey in the
Stars”. It was the 3rd voice of Barney Rubble in the “Flintstones” cartoon.
At the end of the 60s, he went to Rio de Janeiro to work as a voice actor and narrator at Cinesom, Dublasom Guanabara and Herbert Richers. In the early 1970s, Neville moved away from dubbing and went to work as an announcer on a daily newspaper on TV Tupi in São Paulo.
He also acted as an actor, director, presenter, screenwriter and had an advertising agency for many years. He brought the most colloquial style of voiceover to the advertising market.
It used a lower, softer tone than what was heard at the time. It was a reference for this change, which became a trend in advertising. He left us in 2002.