Shirtless Line Of Duty star Martin Compston dives into the ocean

Clip of shirtless Line of Duty star Martin Compston jumping into playful waters during a Cork County break with wife Tiana Flynn and their son

Martin Compston donned a pair of trunks to jump in the water during a family vacation to County Cork this week.

The Line of Duty star, 38, seemed relaxed as he enjoyed time away from his hectic acting and TV schedule to take in the beautiful views of Ireland’s second-largest city. It looked like

Martin dared to dive straight into the water at Granda and in the video he was seen asking his friend, “Honestly, how are you doing?”

Wow: Martin Compston jumped in the water wearing trunks during a family vacation to County Cork this week

After his friend replies, “That’s lovely,” Martin says:

Later, his wife, Tiana Flynn, can be heard saying to her son, Brody,

Martin dives straight in before declaring the water “freezing”.

He also wrote in his post: A huge thank you to @tonyameli and his family for their amazing hospitality and all the lovely people in her Glandore which is simply magnificent. We will be back for sure.

Dive in: Martin braves the water at Grandaa and in the video he was seen asking his friend,

Dive in: Martin braves the water at Grandaa and in the video he was seen asking his friend, “Honestly, how are you doing?”

This comes after Martin hinted that the hit BBC police drama Line of Duty could return for a seventh series after the much-questioned identity of ‘H’ was finally revealed. That’s what I mean.

The actor says writer Jed Mercurio can create enough material for another script.

Screen star Martin, who plays AC12’s detective inspector Steve Arnott, told The Sun:

“It always took a year or two between series, and this is no exception.

“We don’t do it for the sake of it. If we have something to say, we do it.

The popular BBC drama ended last May, and fans have been clamoring for more ever since.

In a nail-biting finale, the mysterious foe “H” was finally unmasked as DSI Ian Buckells after six series of storyline twists and turns.

Martin said he was desperate for Series 6 of Line of Duty to come to an end after years of production delays due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Martin, who has been on the series since 2012, admitted that he felt the build-up to the final release was “too much” and that the experience of starring in recent seasons had been “intense”.

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

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

Couples: Martin is vacationing with his wife Tiana Flynn and son Brody.

Couples: Martin is vacationing with his wife Tiana Flynn and son Brody.

The TV boss commissioned a sixth series in May 2017, and filming began in February 2020, but was canceled a month after the UK went into lockdown as a result of COVID-19. .

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

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Speaking on the Table Manners podcast with Jessie and Lenny Ware, Martin also appeared on the new ITV thriller Our House and said: too much.

“At that point, we were all hooked, which was great, but by the last episode, I was desperate for it to end. It was too much. Intense.” is.

“And when it’s a rerun like that…so I’m so excited for our house to come out…and our house is also a fitting cliffhanger. .. we have 4 nights in a row, so it will be.. People go crazy for the week and then it’s over.

DI Steve Arnott: It's possible that Martin's hit BBC police drama Line of Duty will return for a seventh series after the much-questioned 'H' identity is finally revealed. After alluding to something (picture from the show).

DI Steve Arnott: It’s possible that Martin’s hit BBC police drama Line of Duty will return for a seventh series after the much-questioned ‘H’ identity is finally revealed. After alluding to something (picture from the show).

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