After a newcomer frames him, will Death in Paradise’s Marlon revert to his criminal past?


Marlon from Death in Paradise to return to his criminal past after newcomer frames him?

Tahj Miles, who plays police officer Marlon Pryce in the BBC drama DEATH IN PARADISE, could revert to his criminal past if newcomer Naomi Thomas frames him in series 11 of the BBC drama.

Death in Paradise made a comeback with its Christmas Special last month, and BBC fans were ecstatic to see Dwayne Myers (played by Danny John-Jules) return.

Dwayne and newcomer Marlon Pryce (Tahj Miles) clashed during the holiday episode over their differing policing approaches.

In a new interview, however, the actor who plays Marlon discussed Series 11 and what fans can expect from his character.

He then moved on to the question of whether Marlon would ever return to his criminal past.

Dwayne made a cameo appearance in the Christmas episode, collaborating with Detective Neville Parker (Ralf Little) and Florence Cassell (Joséphine Jobert) to solve another murder case.

Dwayne, on the other hand, quickly realized he and Marlon had previously met when he arrested him.

Marlon debuted in the series as an 18-year-old petty criminal.

This changed when he was assigned to the police force as the newest recruit.

Despite his efforts to stay on the right side of the law, Marlon may revert to his criminal ways in Series 11.

“I think Marlon is at a point in his life where he has a bit of stability,” Tahj began when asked about his character.

“He has a group of people around him who will ground him and steer him in the right direction, and I believe he is content with that.”

“And as hesitant as he is to hang out on the other side, he understands it’s the right thing to do,” the actor continued.

“I believe he recognizes his previous path.

In a Facebook Live Qandamp;A with Radio Times, the actor added, “It wasn’t the right way to go, but it was working for him.”

“But in the end, it was only ever going to go one way, which was why he chose to be a cop.”

“I think he’ll pick the right side and have a good time with it,” he continued.

The tenth series of Death in Paradise ended on a cliffhanger, leaving fans eager to see what happens next.

“News from the Brinkwire.”


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