Neil Fitzgerald (born 15 January 1892, County Tipperary, Ireland – died 15 June 1982, Princeton, New Jersey) was an Irish actor.
Cornelius James Neil Fitzgerald was born near Emly, County Tipperary, the son of James Fitzgerald, a Member of Parliament. He was educated in Trinity College Dublin, studying pharmacy, but chose to become an actor.
He made his Broadway debut in Leave Her to Heaven in 1940. He appeared in numerous Irish plays on Broadway during his life. His film debut was in 1935 in John Ford's The Informer as "Tommy Connor". He had numerous television credits also.