Considering his acting back catalogue, which has included roles in blockbuster movies such as 2002's The Bourne Identity and King Arthur in 2004, Jimmy Fallon asked the actor if his two girls relished having a Hollywood star as a dad.

However, during the interview on Thursday night (17Mar16), Clive admitted the reality actually couldn't be more different.

"I've got very low status in my house - I'm not cool to them at all…" he laughed."I've embarrassed them lots of times."

Clive is father to Hannah and Eve with wife Sarah-Jane Fenton. He continued to recall one particular incident which left his daughters red-faced.

"I think one of the things we often laugh about is that I took them to… I'm a huge Liverpool (Football Club) fan," he said. "I took them to their first game, against Fulham, and we were guests of the Fulham hierarchy. So we got there and they started shouting for Liverpool and I'm like, 'Guys, guys, keep it down - we are guests of the other team. Don't keep shouting for Liverpool like that'.

"It was a very important game towards the end of the season where we going for the title and in the last minute of the game, we scored and I went crazy. Just instinctively jumped up, I was shouting, at one point I was across them. And they were like, 'This is so embarrassing'."

The 51-year-old can next be seen in comedy movie The Confirmation, which tells the tale of a father-son weekend gone wrong.

"I play a father who’s estranged from his boy and takes him for the weekend and gets his tool kit stolen and we spend the weekend trying to track it down while I’m struggling with my own demons," he said on Good Morning America on Thursday (17Mar16). "We meet a whole host of crazy characters and have a crazy weekend, but really enjoy all that time bonding as a father and a son."