Line Of Duty’s Martin Compston strips completely naked for full frontal scenes in The Disappearance of Alice Creed movie

LINE Of Duty star Martin Compston stripped fully naked for for his role in The Disappearance of Alice Creed movie.

Grabs of the heartthrob in the buff have resurfaced on Twitter as fans countdown to the series finale of his BBC cop drama.

The actor shared a glimpse of his bare body on the platform back in 2013, writing: "Despite how it looks me and the ex still on great terms, long as no 1 finds her #DisappearanceofAliceCreed #friBBC1."

The action shot sees a handcuffed Martin pin Alice [Gemma Arterton] up against the wall by her neck using his foot.

Released back in 2009, the crime thriller saw Martin's character kidnap his wealthy girlfriend Alice in order to pocket a large ransom.

Since the the thriller's release Martin bagged his most memorable role in the form of troubled cop Steve Arnott.

Six series in and he's struggling with chronic pain, alcohol and subscription pill addiction, but is still pursuing corrupt cops and criminals.

Ahead of this series' finale on Sunday, he has promised fans a "perfect ending".

The 36-year-old actor said the cast haven't been told the drama will return for a seventh series, hinting all the loose ends could be tied up.

It came after the show's creator, Jed Mercurio, warned: "We’re in a situation where it’s not entirely clear that there will be a seventh series."

Martin told podcast Shrine Of Duty: "It's different elements this year, because we have to look it in terms of, do people want us back? You don't want to overdo it.

"Ten years in you start to think of legacy, and if it goes down that well it might be the perfect ending.

"But then we might go another couple of months and… what I will say is we won't do one just for the sake of doing it.

"We don't know [if there will be another series]. That's nothing new. Jed will only do it if there's a story to be told."

He added: "Jed always takes time after a series, like a couple of months. 

"There's a lot of stuff above my pay grade like analytics and audience scores. He takes the emotion out of it and looks at all that."

A trailer was revealed suggesting plots dating back years will be tied up.

A caption on the screen declared: "Every investigation has led to this."

There is little doubt the BBC will be desperate for the show to return for a seventh series, after ratings reached 11million on Sunday.

That made it the most-watched TV show since Doctor Who’s Christmas Day special in 2008, which was seen by 11.7million.


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