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Line of Duty’s Gregory Piper in emotional farewell to show off after Ryan Pilkington was shot dead saying ‘I’ve got it coming’


LINE of Duty’s Gregory Piper said an emotional goodbye to the show after Ryan Pilkington was shot dead and said: “I’ve got it.”

The actor, whose character was shot dead on Sunday night’s epic show, said starring in the BBC hit was “incredible”.

Gregory thanked all of his fans for their support over the years on the popular BBC show

Gregory posted a tribute to the show on Instagram – moments after fans rejoiced as his evil character was destroyed.

He joked: “If only they’d get him a Big Mac. PC Ryan ‘The bent b ***** d’ Pilkington ” over and over again.”

Gregory, 23, is from Dudley, West Mids, just 13 years old when he first appeared in the 2012 franchise.

He wrote on Instagram: “Let’s face it. He has come! What a privilege to be working on this show. Every day, I still feel the same mind and excitement as I was when I was 13 in the series.” movie 1 “.

He was killed tonight in dramatic scenes

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He was killed tonight in dramatic scenesCredit: BBC
Ryan posted an emotional gratitude to fans

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Ryan posted an emotional gratitude to fansCredit: Instagram
He also has a giant celebration cookie

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He also has a giant celebration cookieCredit: Instagram

“The most beautiful and friendly group of people I’ve ever met. I’ve had the most fun and that’s something I will never forget. I know it’s cliché but I wouldn’t say if that’s not true, they’re like. like family to me now. ”

Gregory thanks the hit author BBC1 drama about police, Jed Mercurio, and the entire crew behind the scenes were also filming the coronavirus pandemic.

He said: “What an experience I am. How lucky I am. Jed Mercurio gave me an absolute gift to Ryan, his scenes and character journeys are dreams and I am so grateful.”

He added: “It’s a well-lubricated, hard-working, and talented machine that only gets emphasized when we’re filming a pandemic.”

Gregory has learned a lot from starring alongside the main characters Martin Compston, Adrian Dunbar and Vicky McClure.

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Gregory has learned a lot from starring alongside the main characters Martin Compston, Adrian Dunbar and Vicky McClure.Credit: PA

Gregory, who co-starred alongside Martin Compston, Adrian Dunbar and Vicky McClure and Kelly MacDonald in Season 6, then praised his talented co-stars.

He said, “Being able to do scenes with the absolute power cast that I used to be the master. Along with the incredible director on S1,5 & 6. The cutest, most supportive, and funniest group that you have ever met. have a lot of wonderful memories.

This show meant a lot to me and changed my life and if I could go back and tell young Greg what his life was about his mind would explode!

Thanks to everyone who is now watching and supporting. I was completely overwhelmed by the reaction and couldn’t be more proud of the team. LOD has the best fans (who also make great detectives). Stay tuned because you will enjoy the final episode absolutely next week. “

Fans love to hate the bent copper
Fans love to hate the bent copper
Gregory first starred in the show when he was 13 years old with DCI Gates
Gregory first starred in the show when he was 13 years old with DCI Gates

The Sun revealed last month young cop Ryan will create a sensational comeback for Line Of Duty as a child recruiting gang of gangsters, who have now been secretly embedded in the Police Center.

Last night excited fans as wicked Ryan was shot dead – but escaped from the oven by AC-12.

The Windy Copper met his end after confessing numerous murders on the show.

Line of Duty viewers celebrate when the wicked Ryan Pilkington is shot dead – but escapes from the oven by AC-12



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