Line Of Duty’s PC Ryan Pilkington star Gregory Piper is in high spirits after THAT tense shootout as he prepares to lead a drama class with girlfriend Becca Fuller
- WARNING: Spoilers ahead for Sunday’s episode of Line Of Duty
His character met a grisly fate last week when he was gunned down by DI Kate Fleming.
But Line Of Duty star Gregory Piper was still in high spirits as he arrived to present a drama class with his girlfriend Becca Fuller on Tuesday.
The actor, 23, who played corrupt PC Ryan Pilkington in the police drama, cut a casual figure as he headed into a West Midlands church where he and Becca lead drama classes for young people.
Low-key: Line Of Duty star Gregory Piper was arrived to present a drama class with his girlfriend Becca Fuller on Tuesday after his character PC Ryan Pilkington’s gruesome fate
Ryan sported a navy blue hoodie emblazoned with the Mountain Adventures logo as he arrived with Becca to lead the drama class.
The young actor, who made his debut in Line Of Duty’s first series as a teenager, was still smiling even after PC Pilkington was killed off in spectacular fashion.
Gregory first joined the Line of Duty cast as Ryan in 2012 when he was just 13, playing the criminal teen embroiled in a world of organised crime, who was part of a gang working with bent copper DCI Tony Gates (Lennie James).
Back to work! The actor cut a casual figure as he headed into a West Midlands church where he and Becca lead drama classes for young people
Sinister: Gregory first joined the Line of Duty cast as Ryan Pilkington in 2012 when he was just 13, playing the criminal teen embroiled in a world of organised crime
In a shocking twist the character returned for series six, having trained as a police officer to infiltrate Hillside Lane and hide the OCG’s involvement in the murder of Gail Vella.
Sunday’s show saw the dramatic reveal that Pilkington had been shot dead by DI Fleming (Vicky McClure), after the pair were embroiled in a heart-stopping shootout.
Many fans were thrilled to see Fleming had survived, with series six set to conclude this weekend in a dramatic finale.
Viewers can now be certain of an action-packed finale episode complete with a police standoff, the return of balaclava men and the discovery of a written note with THAT ‘definately’ misspelling when it airs on Sunday.
RIP: His character met a grisly fate when he was gunned down by DI Kate Fleming after a tense shootout
The trailer starts off with Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar), who is facing imminent retirement, state: ‘All of these suspicious deaths were orchestrated by one officer in particular, H. The fourth man.’
Hastings’ powerful words went alongside flashbacks of the deaths of solicitor Jimmy Lakewell, police officer Lisa Patel, journalist Gail Vella and former Detective Inspector Marcus Thurwell- whom fans believe is still alive.
A handwritten note is also teased in the trailer, with the word definite misspelt to mirror what viewers have seen previously.
The Line Of Duty series six finale airs on BBC One on Sunday at 9pm.
It’s nearly time! The Line Of Duty series six finale airs on BBC One on Sunday at 9pm