Ralf Little, who plays Neville in Death in Paradise, reacts angrily to a brutal snub from his co-star.
RALF LITTLE has reacted to his Death in Paradise co-star’s ostensible dismissal.
The BBC’s 11th series of Death in Paradise premieres today, with the show’s stars reprising their roles.
At the recent premiere of the new series, however, there was some tongue-in-cheek tension between the actors.
Ralf Little, who plays Neville Parker, and Don Warrington, who plays Selwyn Patterson, discussed their characters ahead of the show’s premiere.
Fans will know that the two do not always agree on the BBC drama.
The commissioner, in particular, is constantly irritated by his chief detective.
As a result, Don was asked whether his character prefers Neville or Marlon Pryce (Tahj Miles).
“Which do you think he’d rather be locked up with?” the Qandamp;A host asked.
“I think it’s difficult,” Don replied.
Marlon, I believe in a pinch.
“What!” exclaimed Ralf, “What!” exclaimed Ralf, “What!” exclaimed Ralf, “What!” exclaimed Ralf, “What!” exclaimed Ral
“I just think Neville has too much about him to give the Commissioner real fun,” the Commissioner Patterson star explained.
“I think Marlon can have a little fun with him.”
“He has the ability to mold him, and I believe anything can happen between the two of them.”
“I thought we were getting somewhere,” Ralf joked.
Don went on to say that while their characters are similar, he had to think about what his would do.
“I have to think about what brings him true joy,” he explained, “and Marlon is such easy meat for the Commissioner.”
Series 11 of Death in Paradise premieres tonight at 9 p.m. on BBC One.
The team investigates a kidnapping gone wrong in the first episode, which results in the death of someone.
The team is tasked with determining what went wrong and who is to blame.
Shantol Jackson (Sergeant Naomi Thomas) will be introduced alongside the returning cast members.
“I’m so grateful for this amazing opportunity to join the cast of this fun-filled, entertaining series,” she said of joining the show last summer.
“When Death in Paradise first premiered, I used to watch it with my father in Jamaica.
“And now that I’m on the show, knowing that he’ll be watching me, it’s a surreal experience.”
“I’m excited to be a part of the enchantment.”
The show also made a surprise return during the holidays.
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