John Light is an English actor known for his roles in the feature films Investigating Sex (2001) and Purpose (2002). He also had a role in the mini-series Band Of Brothers, in 2005.
Light has made guest appearances on the television shows Soldier Soldier, A Touch Of Frost, The Bill, and Dalziel and Pascoe; and has had roles in the mini-series Cold Lazarus (1996), Aristocrats (1999), and Love in a Cold Climate (2001).
He has acted in the following made-for-TV movies:
The Jump (1998)
The Unknown Soldier (1998)
Cider with Rosie (1998)
A Rather English Marriage (1998)
The Unexpected Mrs. Pollifax (1999)
Mary, Mother of Jesus (1999)
Lloyd & Hill (2001)
Benedict Arnold: A Question of Honor (2003)
Il Papa Buono (2003)
Cambridge Spies (2003)
The Lion in Winter (2003)
North & South (2004)
Light has also acted in the feature films Investigating Sex (2001), Purpose (2002), Heights (2004), Scoop (2006) and Partition (2007); and in the direct-to-video releases Dracula II: Ascension (2003), The Prophecy: Uprising (2005) and The Prophecy: Forsaken (2005).
His theatre performances include John, the son of Rudyard Kipling in "My Son John", The Complete Works Festival in Stratford-upon-Avon where he starred in Sean Holmes' Julius Caesar as Brutus and in Rupert Goold's The Tempest, as Caliban.
He became engaged to Investigating Sex co-star Neve Campbell on 9 February 2006. The couple were married in Malibu on 5 May 2007.