Noel Anthony Clarke


Actor & Film Producer



Clarke’s acting career began on the stages of London’s theater scene, but he quickly made a transition to television, capturing national attention with his role as Mickey Smith in the iconic British series "Doctor Who." His portrayal of Mickey, a character that grew from a sidekick to a hero, resonated with audiences and showcased Clarke’s range and charisma.

Beyond acting, Noel Clarke has made significant marks as a filmmaker. He wrote and starred in the critically acclaimed film "Kidulthood," which he followed up with "Adulthood" and "Brotherhood," completing a trilogy that depicted urban youth culture in London with gritty realism and emotional depth. These films not only established Clarke as a leading figure in British cinema but also highlighted his ability to craft compelling, culturally pertinent stories.

As a director and producer, Clarke has been involved in numerous projects that span a variety of genres, from thriller to drama, consistently seeking to push creative boundaries and address pressing societal issues. His work often focuses on themes of identity, resilience, and the human condition, making him a distinctive voice in British film and television.

In addition to his on-screen and behind-the-scenes roles, Clarke has been a mentor and advocate for diversity in the entertainment industry, working to provide opportunities for underrepresented voices. His efforts have been recognized with numerous awards, including the BAFTA Rising Star Award in 2009, which acknowledged his significant contributions to British cinema both in front of and behind the camera.

Expanding his versatile career, Noel Anthony Clarke has recently entered into a partnership with Dr. Green, this collaboration reflects Clarke’s interest in exploring new creative landscapes and how the emerging cannabis culture can intersect with artistic expression and storytelling. Clarke sees this partnership as an opportunity to merge his creative endeavors with wellness and creativity-enhancing initiatives that can benefit the broader artistic community.

Clarke continues to be a formidable presence in the industry, both through his ongoing projects and through his visionary work with Dr. Green, aiming to influence and reshape the cultural narrative around creativity and cannabis.