LINE Of Duty stars Martin Compston and Vicky McClure paid tribute to a prop worker who died in a motorbike crash as they thanked the crew following tonight’s finale.
The final credits of the series were dedicated to the memory for Graeme Livingstone, who tragically died in 2017.
Martin Compston and Vicky McClure paid tribute to Graeme Livingstone
Taking to Instagram once it aired, Martin – who played Steve Arnott – shared a picture of the large crew and Graeme.
He wrote: “Behind every good cast there’s a phenomenal crew. To make this show really is a team effort.
“One important face missing from that top picture though. Graeme Livingstone gone but never forgotten, not just to us but the industry across Northern Ireland x”
Vicky, who played Kate Flemming, echoed his sentiments, writing: “Huge thank you to the LOD family for making this such a special series! And to everyone of you that tuned in!!!
“Graeme who worked in our props dept will always be in our hearts, we miss him dearly.
Graeme was well known for his work on TV sets
The series was dedicated to him right at the end
“There is no one who writes like Jed, we are extremely lucky. Could you tell I enjoyed saying that piss off line?!”
Martin had previously asked fans to watch to the end of the credits to see the tribute, for reasons he said meant a lot to the Line Of Duty family.
Graeme was 29 was he was killed in a collision on his bike. He has worked as a crew member on Game Of Thrones and The Fall, as well as Line Of Duty.
Line Of Duty’s fifth series came to an end with the shocking revelation that mysterious villain H is not one person, but four.
The search for a corrupt officer known as H has rumbled on for some time, with Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) the latest to come under suspicion.
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The BBC show’s creator Jed Mercurio kept viewers guessing until the 85-minute series finale on Sunday, which saw Hastings grilled by DCS Patricia Carmichael (Anna Maxwell Martin).
The net appeared to be closing around the officer but DC Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) and DI Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) managed to clear his name, and in another twist it emerged that Gill Biggeloe (Polly Walker) had been trying to frame him.
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