John has worked extensively in theatre, television and film.  Most recently, he appeared in Mike Leigh’s feature film Peterloo which can be seen in cinemas nationwide.

Theatre includes:  Hamlet, Jane Eyre, To Kill A Mockingbird, Martha, Josie & The Chinese Elvis, The Family Way, An Enemy of The People, Early One Morning, Journey’s End, Of Mice and Men, Alfie, Tull, The Comedians (Bolton Octagon); King Lear, We are Three Sisters & The Game (Northern Broadsides); Manchester Lines (Library Theatre); See How They Run (Manchester Royal Exchange); Arrivals and Departures, Time of My Life, Woman In Mind (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough); The Sea (Haymarket Theatre Royal); If I were You (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough / Tour); Mr A’s Amazing Plays (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough); Hobson’s Choice (Watermill Theatre, Newbury); House and Garden (Salisbury Playhouse); Way Upstream (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough); The Safari Party (New End, Hampstead); Dick Whittington (Derby Playhouse); Othello (Manchester Royal Exchange); Oedipus (Northern Broadsides); The Cracked Pot (Northern Broadsides); The Taming Of The Shrew (Manchester Royal Exchange); The Crucible (Leicester Haymarket); When We Are

Married (Leicester Haymarket); The Magistrate (Manchester Royal Exchange);

Comic Potential (Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith); Perfect Pitch and Haunting Julia (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough).

Television and Film includes: Peterloo (Thin Man Films); (Father Brown (BBC) West Is West (sequel to East Is East); The Forgotten Fallen (BBC); Coronation Street (ITV); The Site (BBC); Doctors (BBC); The Innocence Project (BBC); Shameless (Company Pictures); Who Stole The World Cup? (Mint Production); Emmerdale (ITV); Foyle’s War (Greenlit Productions); Eastenders (BBC); Crouch (BBC); Midsummer Murders (ITV); Always and Everyone (ITV); Holby City (BBC); The Cops (BBC); City Central (ITV).