Netflix's Top Boy star Ashley Walters reveals amazing body transformation after training for Sky One show

NETFLIX's Top Boy star Ashley Walters revealed his amazing body transformation on today's Lorraine show as he appeared with his Bulletproof co-star Noel Clarke.

The actors showed off their incredible physiques while chatting about the Sky One buddy cop drama which required the pair to do some of their own stunts.

The second series will air on Friday 20th March 2020 on Sky One and NOW TV.

And Ashley, 37, revealed the results of the gruelling gym sessions he endured while preparing to film the action-packed series.

When host Lorraine Kelly said they had gone through "quite the transformation" Ashley said: "Before, that was a dad's bod. Come on."

Speaking about his journey on Instagram, Noel, 44, said he had put in a lot of hours at the gym and was ashamed of how he looked before.

He said: "Nothing happens in life without hard work. Without discipline. Without Focus.

"I’m not perfect by a long shot. But everything I do. I do to be the best at. It’s irrelevant whether I get there or not.

"The only failure would be not giving 100%. But if you know you’ve given 100% then you haven’t failed. You can’t fail. I was out of shape. I wanted to get in shape so I worked at it.

"I’m a bit ashamed of where I was but I’ve posted the picture to show you the results and show you that you can do it too."

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Known to many as Asher D, Walters has gone from the So Solid Crew to starring in TV shows and films on both sides of the Atlantic.

Among his notable roles are parts in Get Rich or Die Tryin' alongside fellow rapper 50 Cent and as Ricky in 2004 movie Bullet Boy for which Walters was named Best Newcomer at British Independent Film Awards.

Walters was jailed for 18 months in 2002 after being caught carrying a loaded air pistol after an argument with a traffic warden.

Whether he is writing, directing, producing or acting, Noel certainly knows his way around the set of a TV show or a movie.

The Londoner established himself as an actor with roles in Auf Wiedersehen, Pet and Doctor Who.

He then turned his hand to writing and penned the screenplay for Kidulthood, a hard-hitting drama about a number of youths in West London.

Clarke then went on to write, direct and star in two sequels, Brotherhood and Adulthood.

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