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James Loye
Gender: Male
Medium(s): Television
Roles: Actor
Date of birth: 1979
Place of birth: Bristol, England
1st Horror: Being Human: What's Blood Got to Do With It?

James Loye is a television actor born in Bristol, England in 1979. He received his acting training at the Welsh College of Music & Drama. He played a teenage British soldier in the 18th century flashback scene in the "What's Blood Got to Do With It?" episode of the North American version of Being Human.

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  • James Loye also played Sub Lieutenant David Mellis RN in the 2004 television documentary Dunkirk.

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