Murder in Provence originally made its debut on Britbox earlier this 12 months which was only available to its subscribers. ITV viewers are actually being treated to the identical three-part drama, set within the stunning south of France. Leading the forged is actor Roger Allam who fans may know best for one more popular crime series.
WARNING: This text accommodates spoilers from Murder in Provence.
During actor Roger Allam’s 41-year-old profession, he has been in shows and movies reminiscent of The Creatives, V for Vendetta, Ashes to Ashes, The Jury, The Thick of It and The Missing.
For 4 years, Allam took on a really different role as a narrator for the kids’s show Sarah and Duck.
But his biggest fans will best know Allam for ITV period drama Endeavour as DCI Fred Thursday.
As of yet, there was no talk of a possible return date for the Shaun Evans-led series.
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How old is Murder in Provence actor Roger Allam?
Actor Roger Allam was born on October 26, 1953, which makes him 68 years old.
In accordance with his website, Allam first became excited about acting when he was at Christ’s Hospital School.
His biography reads: “A book in the college library called Great Acting caught his attention together with the college and house plays that were on on the time.
“He became especially excited about the flexibility of the actors of the time and saw plays on the Old Vic for 15p.”
Murder in Provence is predicated on the favored book series by creator ML Longworth.
The mini-series was adapted for the small screen by Downton Abbey author Shelagh Stephenson.
The plot of the primary episode comes from Longworth’s second novel, Murder within the Rue Dumas.
In total, there are nine books which could mean there’s more scope for further series in the longer term.