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Martin Compston from Line Of Duty's wife appears in an episode

The sixth series of Line of Duty only finished a few weeks ago but we're already missing Kate, Steve and Ted and we're still not sure what to do with our Sunday nights. So it's good news then that fans are still finding little titbits of info on the series to keep us going until season 7 (fingers crossed). Recently, viewers have made another great little discovery; that Martin Compston's actual wife had a cameo back in season 5. How did we miss it?

Martin Compston would be 'heartbroken' if Line Of Duty didn't return

Martin Compston has confessed he would be "heartbroken" if there wasn't another series of 'Line Of Duty'. Martin Compston would be "heartbroken" if there isn't another series of 'Line Of Duty'. The 37-year-old actor - who stars as DI Steve Arnott in the BBC show - admits he would be...
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Jack Whitehall opens Brit Awards with Line of Duty skit starring Martin Compston and Jackie Weaver

Jack Whitehall kicked off the Brit Awards 2021 by taking part in a Line of Duty-inspired skit starring Vicky McClure, Martin Compston and Jackie Weaver.The comedian, who is hosting the ceremony live at the O2 Arena in London, made a number of references to the latest series, including Ted Hasting’s famous “Mother of God!” catchphrase.The skit was just the prelude to performances by Coldplay and Dua Lipa. Tonight’s Brit Awards marks the first live large-scale indoor event in London since March last year. The ceremony will be taking place as usual at the O2 Arena and will...
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Line of Duty’s Martin Compston hits back at troll who questioned his support of SNP

Line of Duty star Martin Compston has hit back at a Twitter user who criticised his support for the Scottish National Party.Compston, who plays Steve Arnott in the BBC police drama, had starred in a video urging the people of Scotland to vote for the SNP in Thursday’s (6 May) elections.“The big decisions, whether it be Scotland’s future relationship with Europe, whether it be nuclear weapons on the Clyde, are best taken by the people who live here,” the actor said as he showed support for party leader Nicola Sturgeon.However, one follower tweeted Compston asking “what part of Scotland...
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'Anything else I can help you with? My movements over the next week?' Line Of Duty's Martin Compston hilariously hits back at a troll after they question his Scottish citizenship

Martin Compston has hilariously hit back at a troll who questioned his Scottish roots and citizenship. The Line Of Duty star, 36, was responding to a troll questioning him for urging Scots to vote for the SNP and back Nicola Sturgeon in the election on Thursday. Martin, who stars as...
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Line of Duty: Martin Compston says he ‘understands’ why people were disappointed with final episode

Line of Duty star Martin Compston has said he “understands” why some people were underwhelmed by the finale.The actor, who has played Steve Arnott in the show since it began in 2012, posted a statement on Twitter after the “madness started dying down” following the episode’s broadcast on Sunday (2 May).An overnight audience of 12.8m tuned in to watch the conclusion to the long-running “H” storyline, a reveal that left many fans feeling short-changed.Many viewers also believed they were watching the show’s final ever episode and expected it to be more dramatic, especially after a series filled with car...