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A British actress who stars in hit US TV show The Good Wife has criticised the UK's film and TV industry for 'pulling the plug' on black actors.She added: 'There's only so many years I can sit here, hitting that best friend ceiling before I go over to Amazon because they'll give me a role and they'll pay me for it.'The London-born actress claimed black British stars were winning roles in the US over their American counterparts because 'we are better'.'The reason I'm doing so well is our training, our work ethic, the fact we arrive on time, we learn our lines, we are polite, all of that stuff comes from the way we were trained at drama school ... Comparing her time working on The Good Wife and its sequel The Good Fight to her role in ITV's Vera, she described sticking out 'like a sore thumb' on the set of the British drama.'I was the only person of colour.You take the cast picture at the end of the season and you look back at it and you're the one sticking out brown face in a group of people and it hurts,' she said.Turning her attention to the next wave of British talent she said students from diverse backgrounds were quitting drama school 'because of how they are being treated' and warned of a 'big hole' in the diverse talent coming through over the next ten years because of funding cuts.The actress said she had met one budding actor who had been 'psychologically bullied' after complaining to tutors about a fellow student being blacked up as an aborigine in a play.