Uk news Line of Duty's Martin Compston drops major hint Mark Bonnar's character is H PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - The Scots actor, who plays DI Steve Arnott, has teased fans with a hint over which cast-member could be unmasked as arch villain 'H'.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Line of Duty's Martin Compston has dropped a major clue that Mark Bonnar - who plays Mike Dryden - could be unveiled as 'H' in the highly-anticipated season finale. The Scottish actor, who plays DI Steve Arnott, teased fans with a cryptic hint over which cast-member would finally be unmasked as the villain on Sunday night's episode. Line Of Duty viewers are just a day away from what promises to be a very dramatic climax to Series 6 of the hit BBC crime show, which has already been packed full of twists. Taking to Twitter, Martin shared a video clip with the caption "The ABC Song..." as he teased viewers. Line of Duty's Martin Compston has dropped a major clue (Image: Twitter) Read More Related Articles Holly Willoughby 'claims Tom Selleck and Courteney Cox are her parents' as she confuses fans In the clip, he recounts the alphabet and says: "A, B, C, D, E, F, G." But before he reaches 'H', Mark Bonnar, who plays Mike Dryden in Line of Duty, pops up on screen. "Oh, hello Mark", Martin says in the clip before laughing. Fans were quick to speculate over the cryptic message and took to the comments. One wrote: "You are such a tease DI Arnott!" Another commented: "I thought he was dead? Have you just dropped a spoiler?" Mike Dryden, the former Deputy Chief Constable, was last seen resigning from his post for perverting the course of justice in series two (Image: BBC) A third wrote: "Ehhhhh he just stopped before he said H!!!!!!! He popped up on H!!!!!!!" Mike Dryden, the former Deputy Chief Constable, was last seen resigning from his post for perverting the course of justice in series two. Fans will remember he was outed as having embarked on an affair with DS Lindsay Denton (Keeley Hawes) before pressuring her into having an abortion. Sign up to our Record Showbiz newsletter If, like us, you love a good dose of celebrity gossip then we've got you covered. From Lorraine Kelly and Janey Godley to Gordon Ramsay and Sir Rod Stewart, our weekly Showbiz newsletter is packed with the latest news on your favourite stars from Scotland and beyond.
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He then used then OCD leader Tommy Hunter's sex trafficking victim Carly Kirk and authorised the operation that got Hunter murdered, which Denton was then framed for. But his official charge was for perverting the course of justice for lying about his wife's speeding ticket, and he was forced to resign from the police force. Fans have previously speculated he could be related to Jo Davidson after it was revealed her DNA matched someone on the Police National Computer.
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Due to their Scottish links, viewers claim he could be the mystery blood relative. Line Of Duty will soon find out exactly who 'H' is in what promises to be a dramatic season finale on Sunday. As excitement builds fever pitch, armchair detectives have gone into overdrive trying to hunt for clues as to which cast-member could be the culprit.
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The hunt for the elusive 'fourth man' - with links to both the OCG and high ranking police officers - has mystified AC-12 and eager viewers ever since a blinking Dot set the wheels in motion back in Series 3. With everyone from Ted Hastings to Joanne Davidson a suspect, the reveal during Sunday's finale promises to be one of the most explosive moments in the show's nine year history.
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