LINE Of Responsibility star Martin Compston has actually revealed fans are “quite close” to breaking who the shadowy ‘H’ is.
The 36-year-old actor, who plays DI Steve Arnott in the hit drama, was speaking ahead of the legendary ending on Sunday.
Appearing on The Jonathan Ross Show he confessed: “All these wild theories … some are pretty close!”
This series has seen Steve, Kate and AC-12 supremo Ted Hastings unravel a substantial amount of evidence about the corrupt cops infesting Central Authorities – and their handler, known only as ‘H’.
Martin appears on the ITV chat program on Saturday night alongside Line Of Duty co-star Vicky McClure.
She said they won’t even tell their parents the drama’s huge twists.
The Kate Fleming starlet described: “It’s more your household and friends who are like, ‘So are you going to tell me?’
” Even my mum– I remained in their garden, daddy went within– my mum resembled, ‘Begin.’ I said, ‘No, no!’ I don’t wish to destroy it for them.
” I ‘d tell her, she would not tell anyone, but it’s destroying it for her then.”
Martin included: “Every year you stress, are we still relevant? Are individuals still going to be invested?
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Somewhere else. the star informed the 60-year-old host that his Instagram DMs had got “out of hand” stating he ‘d received mucky messages from “both sexes”.
The Jonathan Ross Show is on Saturday 1 May at 9.35 pm on ITV and the ITV Hub