Disgraced British actor Chris Langham has pulled out of a movie event at a school after parents launched a protest over his conviction for possessing child porn.
The award-winning star was booked for a question-and-answer session at a boys' college in Kent, England in March (12) to promote his comeback film Black Pond.
But he has reportedly cancelled his appearance at the event after a group of parents complained it was inappropriate.
Langham was jailed for 10 months in 2007 after he was found guilty of 15 counts of possessing child porn. He won a British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Award in 2006 for his role as a hapless government minister in Bbc political comedy The Thick of It, but has not worked since his release.