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Entertainment Noel Clarke discusses being left off Fisherman's Friends poster

14:00  31 may  2020
14:00  31 may  2020 Source:   digitalspy.com

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Clarke has tweeted his dismay at his lack of inclusion on the promo for the hit 2019 comedy – despite his name being featured.

Noel Clarke is a BAFTA-winning actor, writer and director, who starred in Doctor Who and created the popular Finishing up, Clarke uploaded a promotional poster for Fisherman ’ s Friends , a film “I’ll just leave this here,” Clarke wrote in the accompanying caption. “And not one of these other actors

Noel Clarke has claimed that his Fisherman's Friends co-stars never "spoke up" when he was left off the promotional poster for the movie.

Clarke, who has also starred in Doctor Who, Bulletproof and Star Trek Into Darkness, shared the poster for the 2019 comedy about a group of Cornish fishermen who are signed by a major record label on Twitter and pointed out his absence from the image.

The film also stars Daniel Mays, James Purefoy, David Hayman, Dave Johns, Sam Swainsbury and Tuppence Middleton, all of whom are pictured on the poster, with Clarke being the only actor whose name but not image appears there.

Black actor Noel Clarke left off movie poster which featured all 6 white members of the cast

  Black actor Noel Clarke left off movie poster which featured all 6 white members of the cast A black British actor has sparked a discussion about representation in the industry after sharing a promotional film poster he was cut from – despite all his white co-stars being featured. Noel Clarke is a BAFTA-winning actor, writer and director, who starred in Doctor Who and created the popular Kidulthood film trilogy. His Sky One series Bulletproof, which he co-created and acts in, has just become the channel's biggest returning drama.Noel Clarke is a BAFTA-winning actor, writer and director, who starred in Doctor Who and created the popular Kidulthood film trilogy.

Noel Clarke is a BAFTA-winning actor, writer and director, who starred in Doctor Who and created the popular Kidulthood film trilogy. Finishing up, Clarke uploaded a promotional poster for Fisherman ’ s Friends , a film he starred in last year. Although the poster displayed Clarke ’s name alongside his six

Fisherman ' s Friends are an 8-piece Cornish singing group, who in 2010 became the first traditional folk act We've only a few tickets left for Llandudno, Bridlington, York, Southend and Cambridge now, so if you haven't bought yet please don't wait too long as we'd hate for you to miss out.

Noel Clarke standing in front of a curtain: Noel Clarke as Gunner Martin in ITV's The Level © ITV Noel Clarke as Gunner Martin in ITV's The Level

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Sharing the poster on Twitter, Clarke circled his name and drew two arrows highlighting spaces, writing: "And I'll just leave this here. And not one of these other actors spoke up for me and the fact I was not on here, being as well known as most of them."

Noel Clarke looking at the camera: Noel Clarke claims Fisherman's Friends co-stars never © ITV Noel Clarke claims Fisherman's Friends co-stars never "spoke up" for him when Doctor Who actor was left off comedy-drama movie's promotional poster.

He added: "For the record I don't believe for a second that any of the cast in the film is racist. Intentional or otherwise. That's not what I'm saying. Nor what I said. For ME to not speak up for them would be wrong."

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Fisherman ' s Friends , Port Isaac. And by some coincidence, i've got the first Fisherman ' s Friends film for my Christmas present. Me, my mum and my friend watched it and we loved it very much, especially when you guys played the part as Camos or background supporting casts.

Brand power: Fisherman ' s Friend lozenges are huge in Germany, Norway and Thailand where they are eaten as a pick-me-up. This windy corner of the Lancashire coast is the home of a famous potion which has been unbunging blocked up noses and throats for nearly 150 years.

Digital Spy has reached out to reps for Clarke's co-stars for comment.

Clarke has spoken in depth about racism in the UK on Twitter this week following the tragic death of George Floyd while in police custody in the US, which has sparked protests across the country.

In another tweet he wrote: "People on here acting like this is just a US problem. Racism is prevalent here too. Embedded in the fabric of society... Sometimes it's hard to keep fighting, when whenever you speak up, you're silenced or, labelled as aggressive, difficult or 'chippy'."

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