Christopher Neil (born 1948) is a British record producer, songwriter, singer and actor.
He has worked with Celine Dion, a-ha, Dollar, Paul Nicholas, Kim Criswell, Morten Harket, Mike + The Mechanics, Johnny Logan, Marillion, The Moody Blues, The Other Ones, Paul Carrack, Rod Stewart, Gerry Rafferty, Cher, Edyta Górniak and most notably Sheena Easton.
Neil started in the mid-sixties as a singer with Manchester group The Chuckles. In 1972 he released a solo album Where I Belong on RAK Records.
He worked as an actor during the 1970s before going full-time as a record producer. In 1976 he starred in the British TV series Rock Follies. In 1977 and 1978 he starred in two of the three 'Adventures of...' British sex comedy films: Adventures of a Private Eye and the final film in the trilogy, Adventures of a Plumber's Mate. In addition to taking the lead role, Neil wrote and sang the theme songs to the two films.