Daniel Mays Shares His Favourite Line of Duty Theories | This Morning

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For the first time in five years Daniel Mays is finally stepping back onto the stage to take on ‘The Dumb Waiter’ alongside Harry Potter star David Thewlis. Although he’s ready to get back to theatre land, Daniel will tell us how his recent roles saw him take TV by storm keeping us entertained with hit drama ‘Des’ and ‘Code 404’ and why Line of Duty was the turning point in his career.

Broadcast on 28/06/21

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