10. Noel Clarke Noel Clarke is a self confessed sci-fi fanatic and you wouldn't have guessed it looking at his résumé. As well as having his role as Mickey Smith in Doctor Who to his name, he also made a brief appearance as Thomas Harewood in Star Trek Into Darkness in 2013 which means he can sleep easy knowing he's left his mark on two of the world's most notorious cult franchises. Something tells us the Doctor wouldn't be too happy about it, though. That's pretty much Noel's only claim to fame in the US but he's enjoyed masses of success here in the UK which more than makes up for it. In 2009 he won a British BAFTA Rising Star Award off the back of his debut film Kidulthood which he wrote and followed up in 2008 with its sequel, Adulthood, which he directed, too. He also helmed The Anomaly, a science fiction (surprise, surprise) action thriller, which was released this year. The film starred Ian Somerhalder and Luke Hemsworth but was met with a generally negative response with one particularly unimpressed critic describing it as "hilariously naff science-fiction malarkey". You win some, you lose.