Martin Compston slipped a brace of caddies to plunge into the water during a family vacation to County Cork this week.
The Line of Duty star, 38, looked relaxed as he enjoyed some time out from his excited amusement and television schedule to take in the beautiful sights of the second largest megacity in Ireland.
by TaboolaMartin dared to jump straight into the water at Glandore and in a videotape he was seen asking his friend’ Actually, how is it?’ After his friend responds’ It’s lovely’ Martin also says’ F *** ing prevaricators, every one of them.’ Martin also jumps straight in before declaring the water is’ freezing.’
He also wrote on his post’ The Emerald Isle you noway fail * amazing trip down to County Cork. Huge thanks [email protected] and family for the inconceivable hospitality and to all the lovely people of the simply magnific Glandore. We will be back for sure.’ This comes after Martin suggested hit BBC police drama Line of Duty could return for a seventh series after the important questioned identity of’ H’ was eventually revealed.
The actor says pen Jed Mercurio is able of producing enough material to induce another script.
Screen star Martin, who plays AC12’s Detective Inspector Steve Arnott, told The Sun’ We sat down with Jed lately.
We have always taken a time or two between series. This is no different.
We will not do it for the sake of it. We will do it if there is commodity to tell.’
The popular BBC drama finished in May last time and suckers have been oral about wanting further ever ago.
The nail- smelling homestretch saw the mysterious antagonist’ H’ eventually unmasked as DSI Ian Buckells after six series of twists and turns around the plot.
It comes after Martin said he was hopeless for series six of Line of Duty to come to an end after the timber of it was drawn out over times due to the Covid epidemic.
Martin, who has appeared in the series since 2012, said he set up the figure up to the final release’ too important’, admitting the experience of starring in the most recent season was’ violent’.