Jack Hedley is an English actor, best known for his performances on television.
Born in London, his screen career began in 1950 with a 13-minute drama-documentary about polio called A Life to be Lived. In the 1950s he starred in a number of films and TV appearances, such as Left Right and Centre, Fair Game, and the Alun Owen-scripted No Trams to Lime Street with Billie Whitelaw. He became a TV star in the Francis Durbridge-scripted BBC series The World of Tim Frazer, the 18 instalments of which comprised three separate serials of six episodes each. He also played Corrigan Blake in Alun Owen's 1962 BBC play You Can't Win 'Em All, the role being taken over by John Turner in the series Corrigan Blake that resulted the following year. He was also in Alun Owen's 'A Little Winter Love'.
He appeared in a number of British films of the 1960s, notably Lawrence of Arabia, The Scarlet Blade, Witchcraft, Of Human Bondage, The Secret of Blood Island and The Anniversary. He also had a lead role as Lt Colonel Preston in Colditz.