Noel Clarke uses microphone as lewd prop in unearthed video & says: 'Don't try that at work, you'll be fired or jailed'

A "CREEPY" video showing Noel Clarke using a microphone as a lewd prop has been unearthed after 20 women made allegations against him.

The Kidulthood actor has been accused of a range of acts – including sharing sexually explicit pictures and videos without consent.

The allegations, which have been fiercely denied by the married director, relate to a period between 2004 and 2019, the Guardian reports.

Video from 2019 has now emerged of Clarke using a microphone as a lewd prop during a Doctor Who Q&A.

The actor can be seen hitting co-stars Annette Badland and Camille Coduri with the microphone on their legs and resting it on the former's shoulders.

He had been making a joke about John Barrowman exposing himself on set, which he since apologised for.



Clarke then says: "For the record, any men out there, do not try that at work. You will be fired and possibly go to jail."

Horrified viewers said they were left "squirming" by the "creepy" video.

Sky have now confirmed they have "halted" work with the actor following the claims.

Clarke starred in Sky's crime drama Bulletproof, which had a fourth series commissioned in January.

The broadcaster said: "Effective immediately, we have halted Noel Clarke's involvement in any future Sky productions."


Among the 20 women who have made allegations are Brotherhood producer Gina Powell.

She alleged he told her he planned to "f**k and fire her" before changing his mind and keeping her on board.

The producer, who worked with Clarke for three years between 2014 and 2017, also claimed the actor bragged about having secret films of naked auditions.

She alleged he once showed her a covert recording of a naked audition by Jahannah James, who starred in Brotherhood.

It comes after Bafta stripped his award for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema, which he only received on April 10.

He had been made aware of the allegations before he appeared onstage at the Royal Albert Hall to collect the award.

The Guardian also reported Bafta had also been alerted 13 days before the ceremony – but said it was provided with "no evidence" that would allow it to investigate.

But the committee said today it "did not know about any allegations relating to Noel Clarke prior to the announcement of the OBCC award on 29 March".

The actor is currently appearing in ITV’s new drama series Viewpoint.

Numerous women are reported to have broken their silence after the ceremony.

They allege Mr Clarke is a serial abuser and uses his power to prey on and harass female colleagues.

Mr Clarke said in a statement to the publication: “In a 20-year career, I have put inclusivity and diversity at the forefront of my work and never had a complaint made against me.

"If anyone who has worked with me has ever felt uncomfortable or disrespected, I sincerely apologise.

"I vehemently deny any sexual misconduct or wrongdoing and intend to defend myself against these false allegations.”

Through his lawyers, Clarke categorically denied every allegation that the publication put to him.

He allegedly accepts he once made inappropriate comments about one woman, for which he later apologised.

In a 29-page letter, his lawyers said he denies all of the other allegations.

What films and TV series has Noel Clarke been in?

Noel Clarke is one of the UK’s best-known actors, although he’s also a screenwriter, director and comic book writer

He first rose to fame playing Mickey Smith in Dr Who between 2005 and 2010.

In 2006, he took on his break-out film role as Sam in Kidulthood. The movie was followed by 2008's Adulthood and 2016's Brotherhood, which he also wrote and directed.

He's well-known for playing Aaron Bishop in Bulletproof, which he also writes and produces, and is currently starring in ITV drams Viewpoint.

Mr Clarke has starred in several films, including Centurion, Fast Girls, Star Trek: Into Darkness and SAS: Red Notice.

He's the founder of Unstoppable Film and Television with friend and fellow actor Jason Maza.

He also holds a slew of awards for his performances, including the 2003 Laurence Olivier Award for Most Promising Performer and the 2009 Bafta Orange Rising Star award.

Bafta said today: "To be very clear, we did not know about any allegations relating to Noel Clarke prior to the announcement of the OBCC award on 29 March.

"We want to reassure you that we have treated this matter with the utmost seriousness, care and proper process at every stage. The Bafta Board of Trustees has remained right across this matter, has met a number of times and are fully supportive of all actions taken".

"The allegations against Mr Clarke are extremely serious and the behaviour they allege are contrary to Bafta's values and everything it stands for. But no matter how abhorrent these allegations are, they cannot be dealt with without due process. Bafta is an arts charity that is not in a position to properly investigate such matters."

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