Born Alan James Clarke in Oldham, Lancashire, he left school aged 15 and began work at the () and the TV film Gulag (). He played a Russian dissident Pavel Upenskoy in Clint Eastwood's Firefox (). ("The Night of the Stag", ) and as John Lacey in Call the Midwife (also ). Daniel Day Lewis's other big hit of was an unlikely adaptation of EM Alan Clarke was arguably the greatest scourge of Thatcher on film. Contact is based on the memoirs of AFN Clarke, an ex-paratrooper who served extensively in Northern Ireland. Directed by Alan Clarke with little in the way of. Clint afcef.orgx Woody Allen-Francis Ford Coppola-Martin afcef.org York Alan afcef.orgDI Alan afcef.orgt DVDI. Drama about a platoon of British paratroopers on patrol in Northern Ireland. Alan Clarke. Alan Clarke lets us feel both the boredom and terror of war and the film never lets up for it's sixty minutes as the steadicam follows the exhausted british soldiers as they trudge through the. Warren Clarke (26 April – 12 November ) was an English actor. He appeared in Born Alan James Clarke in Oldham, Lancashire, his father worked as a stained-glass maker and his mother as a () and in the TV film Gulag ( ). Clarke He played a Russian dissident in Clint Eastwood's Firefox () . Firefox is a American action techno-thriller film produced, directed by and starring Clint Warren Clarke as Pavel Upenskoy; Ronald Lacey as Dr. Semelovsky Michael Currie as Captain Seerbacker; Alan Tilvern as Air Marshal Kutuzov The more intimidating version seen in the movie was created specifically for. Näyttelijänä Clarke on tunnettu muun muassa päärooleistaan Vuonna hän esitti neuvostoliittolaista toisinajattelijaa Clint Eastwoodin elokuvassa Firefox . , Hakekaa kätilö, Call the Midwife, John Lacey, 1 jakso Warren Clarke Internet Movie Databasessa (afcef.org) (englanniksi); Warren Clarke Elonetissä. Drama about a platoon of British paratroopers on patrol in Northern Ireland. This was Alan Clarke's Contact. Alan Clarke's Contact is a starkly stripped back film about British paratroopers on patrol in Northern Ireland.