Mr Compston, who plays Steve Arnott in the BBC drama Line of Duty, came out in support of Nicola Sturgeon’s party yesterday. At an online SNP event, the actor told voters: “Scotland’s future is in your hands. Don’t leave it to chance.
While a second added: “As a newbie to the #LineOfDuty party I just want to note that Carmichael tapped her pen four times. Seems suspicious, just saying.” Sadly for viewers, while addressing the theories, Martin told Jonathan Ross: “Do you know what
Information given to DI Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) in a previous episode confirmed that Gail Vella had been looking into the death of Lawrence Christopher in police custody – a case headed at the time by Thurwell. With Carmichael now apparently out
The new series of Line of Duty has been a complete whirlwind for fans of the show, with the highly-anticipated final airing on Sunday. Ahead of the last episode, stars of the BBC show Vicki McClure and Martin Compston, discussed the fan reaction and backstage gossip
With it seeming the H conspiracy is nigh, Martin explains: “We won’t come back just for the sake of it. That’s for sure. “We’ll come back if there’s a story to tell. But, so as well, if it ends well maybe sometimes
“Sadly something so shamefully insensitive and completely without foundation has to [be] called out,” the actor added. The assumption seemed to have come from a conversation Martin had with host Dermot O’Leary about his role in The Nest. Martin starred as Dan