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Charlie Clements


Charlie Clements

Charlie Clements
Born (1987-06-05) 5 June 1987
Sidcup, London, England
Occupation Actor
Years active 2005–present

Charlie Clements (born 5 June 1987) is an English actor known for the role of Bradley Branning in the BBC soap opera EastEnders from January 2006 to February 2010. He has won several soap and magazine awards for his performance.


  • Biography 1
    • Career 1.1
  • Awards 2
  • Filmography 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Clements was born in Sidcup, Greater London. Before joining EastEnders he was studying for his A-levels (which he finished in 2005, aged 18) and working part-time in a Waitrose supermarket in Bromley.[1]


In addition to being in EastEnders he has appeared in a variety of theatre and film roles and in The Bill. He appeared in a documentary, F*** Off, I'm Ginger, on 29 April 2007.

He is a member of the band Brooks Lives, in which he plays the lead and rhythm guitar, and has been since he was in Year 9, when he got his first Squire Stratocaster.

In 2005 Clements appeared in an episode of the UK police drama The Bill, playing Adrian Bickman, a character with high-functioning autism.

Clements quit EastEnders in 2009, commenting that it was "time to move on and take on some new roles". Although the character died during the EastEnders live 25th anniversary episode on 19 February 2010, Clements is credited at the end of the episode on 22 February 2010. The police wanted to question Bradley regarding the death of Archie Mitchell and was attempting to escape when he was spotted by them. The chase led to the rooftop of the Queen Victoria public house and he died after falling from it. A newspaper later revealed that Clements left the soap because he disliked the attention he got from being in such a high-profile television series, although during an appearance on Loose Women in February 2011 he declared that this was totally untrue and said that he simply wanted to move on.[2] Clements admitted that he was worried that he would struggle to find work after such a high-profile role: "I don't know what I'm going to do, it's scary thinking about life after EastEnders, it takes up so much of your life. I guess it's auditions, auditions, auditions for me. I just hope I get work."[3]

Clements played the part of David Filde in a touring production of The Haunting, a play based on a story by Charles Dickens. He said of the role: "I play a young book-dealer who has been sent to a manor house in the middle of the country to catalogue the books of the late Lord Gray, who was the father of Paul Nicholas's character. Then strange noises start happening and books begin to fly off shelves. From there it's a quest to find out what is going on in the house".[3]

From 23 May to 16 June 2012 Clements played the role of Mick in Meredith Oakes's controversial play "Faith" at the Courtyard Theatre in Hoxton, London. In preparation for this role Clements underwent full military training sessions, and was photographed performing drills and exercises in Central London as a part of the publicity for the show.[4]

On 26 October 2013 Clements appeared in Casualty, playing the role of Jake O'Reilly, who gets into trouble after he and his father find a bag of cash in .[5]

Clements also made a cameo in the CBC's Murdoch Mysteries, appearing in season 8 episode 14, "Toronto's Girl Problem".

In March 2015 Charlie is scheduled to appear onstage in Lone Star as Ray with Lunchtime Theatre London.[6]








  1. ^ "EastEnders' Clements leaves soap". BBC News. 13 November 2009. Retrieved 28 April 2010. 
  2. ^ """Charlie Clements: "I Just Want My Life Back. TV Throng. 22 February 2010. Retrieved 27 February 2010. 
  3. ^ a b Rudden, Liam (24 February 2011). "Interview: Charlie Clements, Actor – Edinburgh Evening News".  
  4. ^ Charlie, Clements. "Faith London". Actor. Faith London. Retrieved 17 May 2012. 
  5. ^ "BBC One – Casualty, Three's A Crowd". BBC Media. 26 October 2013. Retrieved 26 October 2013. 
  6. ^ Barrett, Claire (11 March 2015). "BBC man lays on laughter at lunch". BBC Ariel. Retrieved 11 March 2015. 

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