Douglas Wight has been a journalist for 20 years covering news, features, politics and investigations. He has reported on world news events including the death of Michael Jackson from Los Angeles and covered the aftermath of the World Trade Centre terrorist attacks for the New York Post. He was also books editor and a celebrity interviewer for the News of the World.
He is the author, ghost or co-writer of seven books, including Leonardo DiCaprio: The Biography and Unforgivable by Collette Elliott, which became a Sunday Times top ten bestseller in May this year. He was also the co-writer with actress Emily Lloyd on her memoir, Wish I Was There, which the Mail on Sunday called the celebrity autobiography of the year. He divides his time between Scotland and London.