Neil Forrester

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Neil Forrester
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Born (1971-01-03) 3 January 1971 (age 49)
OccupationArtist, Musician, Actor

Neil A. Forrester (born 3 January 1971, in Keynsham, England) is a British research assistant in the field of developmental disorders and language acquisition at the University of London.[1] He is best known to the general public as one of the cast members of the fourth season of the MTV reality television series The Real World: London, which aired in 1995. At that time he was the lead vocalist of an underground, alternative-orientated band called Unilever, which had punk and performance art leanings.

Forrester was co-founder of an online currency company called[2] He is also co-author of a number of technology patents.[3][4][5]

In his current line of work he has written a variety of academic papers with such titles as "Learning the Arabic plural: the case for minority default mappings in connectionist networks."[1] He has a website at,[6] but it now depicts a message simply stating "There is no". It offers a link to the website, which currently contains an extensive collection of artwork developed under his alter ego, Shardcore.[7]


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