Neal Werle is the Lead Editor for Squad Team Force and a former behind the scenes video editor for Achievement Hunter from 2016-2018. He mainly edited Let's Play - GTA V videos. He hosted Rapid Fire on The Lab in 2018. In 2022 he created 60 Second Dungeon in collaboration with Blaine Gibson.
Neal attended Ball State University from 2011 to 2015. He graduated with dual bachelor's degrees in Digital Communication and Media/Multimedia and Economics. He then worked with various production companies, including running his own small business as an editor and producer from May 2015 to April 2016, before being hired by Rooster Teeth in April 2016.
Neal has directed and edited several short films, both independently and for college projects.
Neal worked mostly as an behind the scenes editor for Achievement Hunter's Let's Play videos, particularly GTA V. He has also worked as an editor for AHWU, and was a post-production assistant for Lazer Team.
On May 10, 2018, Neal announced he would be moving on from Achievement Hunter. Steffie Hardy confirmed Neal would still continue to work elsewhere at Rooster Teeth, he was simply transferring to a different department, later revealed as the RT Live Action department.
- Trevor Collins revealed he had been playing a prank on Neal by attaching stickers to the back of his monitor continuously for at least a year. Neal didn't notice until Trevor told him the day of his departure.
- Neal is a fan of blues, swing, and rock music. His favorite anime are Cowboy Bebop and Mob Psycho 100.