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Born in London, England, UK

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Clint has acted in film, TV and theatre, starring in films such as MINE, SUS, The Trail, Cherps, Mr Inbetween, Everybody Loves Sunshine aka BUSTED, Love Me Still and appearing in the likes of Act of Vengeance, The Club, Montana, Unknown, Sahara, Agora, Mr Bean 2, Shopping etc. TV includes Black Mirror, Death in Paradise, Fallout, Trial & retribution, Dalziel & Pascoe, Inspector Linley, The Commander, Lock Stock, Thief Takers, Prime Suspect etc. Soon to be seen in Bafta Nominated Comedy 'Timewasters' On stage he has worked with heralded directors like Mike Leigh, Simon Mcburney, Dominic Cooke, Micheal Attenbourgh, Jane Howel, Ian Brown, Mike Bradwell, Madani Yohonis, Gbolahan Obesisan, Dawn Walton, and the legendary Philip Hedley, etc He starred on stage in the National Theatres Oliver winning show 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom' directed by Dominic Cook, for which he won best actor in the I.A.R.Awards. Clint won Best actor at the British Urban Film Awards, Screen Nation Film and Television Awards, Liege International Film Festival and The Texas Black Film Festival for 'SUS' . He was also nominated for the Independent Spirit Award at the Screen Nation Film and Television Awards for 'SUS'. In 2003 he was Nominated for best actor for Ice Cool Reception and Cherps in 2003 at the BFM awards. Clint directed the Olivier, Evening Standard, TMA and What's On Theatre Goers, nominated show 'THE BIG LIFE', at TRSE, bringing it to the Apollo Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue, making it the first Black British musical to go the West End. He went on to Write and Direct 'Sylvia Plath', and also to direct the award winning 'The Westbridge' all at the Royal Court Theatre. Again with the Royal Court he wrote and acted in 'The big idea-The New Order' and directed 'Death of England' starring Rafe Spall, which was a co-produced film with the Guardian Newspaper online. He directed the hit "Roy Williams's play 'Kingston 14' at Theatre Royal Stratford-East. He also wrote 'Starter Motor' for the 'Soon Gone Windrush Monologues' for the BBC being aired next month. Also soon to be seen 'The Happy Tragedy Of Being Woke' which Clint has written and will co-direct with Simon Mcburney for Complicite.

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