Noel Clarke is an actor, writer, director and producer. The award-winning actor achieved mainstream fame for his portrayal of Mickey Smith in the BBC revival of the sci-fi series, Doctor Who. In 2006 his debut motion picture, Kidulthood, was released and received wide acclaim. The film’s sequel, Adulthood, came out in 2008. Clarke wrote, directed and produced the crime thriller 220.127.116.11 in 2010, and wrote the screenplay for Fast Girls in 2012. He is also now well known as a producer, having produced a number of films including The Knot, Storage 24, The Anomaly, We Are Monster and Legacy.
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