|Born||1965 (age 55–56)|
John Leigh (born 1965) is a New Zealand actor. He has had roles in New Zealand TV shows such as Shortland Street , Mercy Peak and as Sparky in Outrageous Fortune . He is a voice actor, and worked for the Power Rangers franchise since 2003 (after the franchise had moved to New Zealand). He has appeared in films including the role of Háma in The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers and as the bar-owner in Stickmen , and in soap satire Serial Killers.In 2014 he acted in and wrote the short comedy film Snowmen.
He is also a stage actor and started on stage in Wellington before getting film and television roles.He is based in Auckland. Theatre shows he has appeared in with the Auckland Theatre Company include Kings of the Gym, Horseplay, Stones in His Pockets, Death of a Salesman and All My Sons.
|1996||The Frighteners||Bryce Campbell|
|2002||The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers||Háma|
|2007||We're Here to Help||Lesley Costello|
|2010||The Insatiable Moon||Brian|
|2011||Love Birds||Quiz Master|
|2012||Power Rangers Samurai: A New Enemy (vol. 2)||Fisherman||Video|
|2014||The Dark Horse||Gift Shop Owner|
|2016||Mahana||Golden Shears Announcer|
|2016||Goodness Grows Here||Short|
|2017||A Woman's Right to Shoes||Policeman||Short|
|2017||Goodness Grows Here||Barry||Short|
|2018||A War Story||Peter Arnett|
|1993–1999||Shortland Street||Lionel Skeggins||Regular role|
|1999–00||Xena: Warrior Princess||Nailscot / Hrothgar||Episodes: "The Ides of March", "Return of the Valkyrie"|
|2000||Jack of All Trades||Martin||Episode: "Sex and the Single Spy"|
|2001||Spin Doctors||Kevin Handy||TV series|
|2001–2003||Mercy Peak||Chook Bracey||Recurring role (seasons 1–3)|
|2002||Atomic Twister||Deputy Rollins||TV film|
|2003||Power Rangers Ninja Storm||Various (voice)||Guest role (5 episodes)|
|2004||Raising Waylon||Jeremy||TV film|
|2004||Power Rangers Dino Thunder||Insectolite (voice)||Episode: "Burning at Both Ends"|
|2004||Not Only But Always||Joe McGrath||TV film|
|2004||Serial Killers||Alan||TV series|
|2005||Interrogation||Phil Worth||Episodes: "1.2", "True Confessions", "Tick Tock"|
|2005–2010||Outrageous Fortune||Barry 'Sparky' Gibbs||Recurring role (seasons 1–6)|
|2006||Maddigan's Quest||Harold||Episode: "Off the Map"|
|2006||Power Rangers Mystic Force||The Master (voice)||Guest role (4 episodes)|
|2007||Power Rangers Operation Overdrive||Brownbeard||Episode: "Pirate in Pink"|
|2007||The Man Who Lost His Head||George||TV film|
|2007||The Amazing Extraordinary Friends||Dave Ruben||Regular role|
|2009||Legend of the Seeker||Selick||Episode: "Sanctuary"|
|2009||Diplomatic Immunity||Mick Fa'auigaese||Main role|
|2010||Radiradirah||Friar Chuck||Episodes: "1.1", "1.2", "1.8"|
|2010||Avalon High||Mr. Atkinson||TV film|
|2011||Underbelly NZ: Land of the Long Green Cloud||Mac the Mick||Episodes: "Disorganised Crime", "Trains 'N' Boats 'N' Planes", "All at Sea"|
|2011||Bliss||Herrr Gruber||TV film|
|2011||Power Rangers Samurai||Steeleto / Fisherman (voice)||Episodes: "Fish Out of Water", "Room for One More", "Party Monsters"|
|2011–12||The Almighty Johnsons||Bryn||Recurring role|
|2012||Highway Cops||Narrator||TV series|
|2013||Agent Anna||James Finlayson||Episode: "Swimming with Sharks"|
|2014||Power Rangers Megaforce||Damaras (voice)||Recurring role (season 2)|
|2015||Westside||Dougal Gibbs||Episode: "Dire Combustion"|
|2015||When We Go to War||Bertie Mueller||TV miniseries|
|2015–2018||800 Words||Const. Tom||Recurring role|
|2016||The Making of the Mob: Chicago||Jimmy Hoffa||Main role|
|2016||Auckward Love||Ted||Episodes; "You Must Be the Other Woman", "You're Going to Lose Him"|
|2017||Shortland Street||Lionel Skeggins||Recurring role|
|2017||The Cul De Sac||Ken||Episode: "2.3"|
|2017||The Shannara Chronicles||Dax||Eipsode: "Druid"|
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