James Fisher (b. 20 April 1972 Walthamstow, London) is an actor and producer. He is the youngest of three brothers. He studied acting at the London Drama School (Trinity Licentiate Diploma in Performance Arts) and was also educated in screen acting at the Drill Hall. Known for his roles in BBC's EastEnders, ITV's Tina & Bobby, and BBC2 Comedy White Gold, James also produced feature documentary Royd Tolkien's There's a Hole In My Bucket, featuring Peter Jackson, John Rhys Davies and Billy Boyd. James also starred in, and produced, Raindance Festival selection Black Smoke Rising and the 'best film' award winning Monk3ys. Both films marked his first steps into film producing. Previous acting roles include Green Street, Oscar winning The Constant Gardener, Irwin Winkler's De-Lovely and a large selection of independent films including Vengeance, Aux, Invasion of the Not Quite Dead, and award winning UK horror film The Zombie Diaries playing the character Geoff. Upcoming producer projects include 2 exciting feature length thrillers working in conjunction with his producing partners at Film In Business, as well as the riotous zombie-comedy Shed of the Dead, as part of 7DM Studios. James is currently on the board of directors of 7DM Studios, Film In Business and Sky Limit Films, to help develop and produce their respective exciting feature film slates.