Tom Neyman was one of the actors who appeared in the 1966 film "Manos" The Hands of Fate. Neyman played The Master on the film. In addition he handled many of the artistic duties on the film, such as creating the painting of The Master and his dog, and creating the iron sculptures that were also seen on the film.
The movie became an affair that the entire family was involved in. Tom Neyman's wife had sewed many of the garments used in the film. His daughter Jackey played the little girl Debbie. And the family dog played The Master's devil dog.
Though his appearance in the movie seems to be a fairly common one for men in the 1960s, to modern eyes he strongly resembles Freddie Mercury or Frank Zappa.
Because Manos proved to be a flop, The Master would be Tom Neyman's only movie role. He and Jackey later moved to California, and he later moved to the Pacific Northwest.