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Shirtless Line Of Duty star Martin Compston dives into the sea

Shirtless Line Of Duty star Martin Compston dives into the sea in a playful clip while on holiday in County Cork with wife Tianna Flynn and their son

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Martin Compston donned a swimsuit this week to plunge into the water during a family holiday in County Cork.

The Line of Duty star, 38, looked relaxed as he enjoyed some time out from his hectic acting and TV schedule to take in the beautiful sights of Ireland’s second largest city.

Martin dared to jump right into the water at Glandore, and in a video he was asked to his friend, “Honestly, how are you?”

Wow: Martin Compston donned a swimsuit this week to dive into the water on a family holiday in County Cork

Wow: Martin Compston donned a swimsuit this week to dive into the water on a family holiday in County Cork

After his friend replies, “It’s delicious,” Martin then says, “F***ing liars, piece by piece.”

His wife Tianna Flynn can then be heard to their son Brodie: ‘Oh look daddy, look daddy.

Martin then jumps right in before declaring that the water is “ice cold.”

He also wrote on his post, ‘The Emerald Isle, you never disappoint *great trip to County Cork. Huge thanks to @tonyameli and family for the incredible hospitality and to all the lovely people of simply beautiful Glandore. We’ll be back for sure.’

Dive in: Martin dared to jump straight into the water at Glandore and in a video he was seen to his friend: 'Honestly, how are you?'

Dive in: Martin dared to jump straight into the water at Glandore and in a video he was seen to his friend: 'Honestly, how are you?'

Dive in: Martin dared to jump straight into the water at Glandore and in a video he was seen to his friend: ‘Honestly, how are you?’

Go for it: the star jumped into the water during his sunkissed break

Go for it: the star jumped into the water during his sunkissed break

Go for it: the star jumped into the water during his sunkissed break

This comes after Martin hinted that the BBC police drama Line of Duty could return for a seventh series after the much sought-after identity of ‘H’ was finally revealed.

The actor says that writer Jed Mercurio is able to produce enough material to generate another script.

Fencing star Martin, who plays AC12’s detective inspector Steve Arnott, told: The sun: ‘We sat with Jed recently.

“We’ve always been a year or two between series. This is no different.

“We don’t do it for fun. We’ll do it when there’s something to say.’

The hit BBC drama ended in May last year and fans have since expressed their desire for more.

In the heart-pounding finale, the mysterious antagonist ‘H’ was finally exposed as DSI Ian Buckells after six series of twists and turns around the storyline.

It comes after Martin said he was desperate for the end of series six of Line of Duty after making it stretched for years due to the Covid pandemic.

Martin, who has been on the series since 2012, said he found the lead-up to the final release “too much”, and admitted that the experience of starring in the most recent season was “intense.”

Chilly: The star posted a fun video on his account showing him in the water

Chilly: The star posted a fun video on his account showing him in the water

Chilly: The star posted a fun video on his account showing him in the water

Couple: Martin is on vacation with wife Tianna Flynn and son Brodie, three

Couple: Martin is on vacation with wife Tianna Flynn and son Brodie, three

Couple: Martin is on vacation with wife Tianna Flynn and son Brodie, three

Television executives commissioned the sixth series in May 2017 and filming began in February 2020, but stopped a month later when the UK was shut down due to COVID-19.

Shooting resumed from September 2020 to November of that year, with the series finally launching on BBC One on March 21, 2021.

Speaking on the table manners podcast with Jessie and Lennie Ware, Martin, who also stars in the new ITV Thriller Our House, said: ‘It started during the end of the lockdown, I think there were two episodes in lockdown but the build-up was just too much.

“At that point we had everyone hooked, which was great, but in the last episode I desperately wanted it to end. It was too much. It’s intense.

“And if it’s a recurring show like that… that’s why I’m so excited for Our House to come out… and Our House is real cliffhangers too… we’re on four consecutive nights, so it’s going to be that week.” people loose and then the time has come.’

DI Steve Arnott: This comes after Martin hinted that the BBC police drama Line of Duty could return for a seventh series after the much sought-after identity of 'H' was finally revealed (pictured on the show)

DI Steve Arnott: This comes after Martin hinted that the BBC police drama Line of Duty could return for a seventh series after the much sought-after identity of 'H' was finally revealed (pictured on the show)

DI Steve Arnott: This comes after Martin hinted that the BBC police drama Line of Duty could return for a seventh series after the much sought-after identity of ‘H’ was finally revealed (pictured on the show)

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