Richard Neave Net Worth is
Richard Neave Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Richard Neave (born c 1936) is a British expert in forensic facial reconstruction. Neave became an expert in anatomical art and was on the staff of the Unit of Art in Medicine at the University of Manchester. He has used his skill in recreating faces from skulls in police forensic work and in producing images of historical figures. One of his reconstruction was of a prehistoric bog body known as Yde Girl. In 1998 a murder investigation resulted in a successful prosecution as a result of Neave's work. Neave's archaeological reconstructions include Philip II of Macedon and Midas. In 2001, the television program Son of God used one of three first-century Jewish skulls from a leading department of forensic science in Israel to depict Jesus in a new way. Neave constructed a face using forensic anthropology which suggested that Jesus would have had a broad face and large nose, and differed significantly from the traditional depictions of Jesus in renaissance art. His work has been described as faulty and has been nicknamed "caveman Jesus".
|Date Of Birth||1936-01-01|
|The Incredible Human Journey||2009||TV Series documentary||Himself - Forensic Artist|
|Revealed||2008||TV Series documentary||Himself - Forensic Artist|
|Meet the Ancestors||1998-1999||TV Series||Himself|
|Lost Civilizations||1995||TV Series documentary||Himself|