James Wynne (born 16 September 1976) is a former France international rugby league footballer who played for the Newcastle Knights in the National Rugby League competition. Wynne also played for Lezignan Sangliers in the French Rugby League Championship.
He was born in Gunnedah, New South Wales, Australia.
During the 2001 and 2002 seasons, Wynne was the number-two halfback behind Andrew Johns and was only able to secure five first-grade games. In 2003, Wynne found himself a starting position with French club, Toulouse Olympique, where he was captain.
With Toulouse he lost at home in semi final of French championship against Lézignan.
Since September 2007 he plays in the French team Lézignan where he is captain and coach, semifinalist 2008 in Lord Derby Cup against Limoux, Champion of France 2008 beating Pia (champion 2006 & 2007) by 28 to 16. James was named Man Of The Match in the Rugby League World Cup win over Scotland in Canberra on Sunday 26 October 2008.
Wynne acted as captain/coach for the Gunnedah Bulldogs Rugby League Club during the 2012 season.