Inside Line of Duty star Alastair Natkiel’s home with huge flat screen TV and inflatable hot tub

LINE Of Duty star Alastair Natkiel has given fans a glimpse of his home – complete with bubbling hot tub in the garden.

The actor, who plays criminal Lee Banks in the drama, has shared several pictures of his modest house and outside space with fans online.

One snap, posted to Instagram, shows Alastair giving the thumbs up while standing in his neutral kitchen.

Taken on his 40th birthday two months ago, the star is posing in front of cream wood cabinets filled with glassware in all shapes and sizes.

Another shot shows Alastair crouching around a dining table and, in a third, he is looking delighted while holding big, gold 40 balloons in his lounge.

The cosy room has been tastefully decorated, with grey walls, matching carpet and grey and red patterned curtains.

Alastair has a red sofa and armchair in his lounge and a giant flat-screen TV, meaning he will never miss his favourite sports.

The LOD star has even been known to watch both football and tennis simultaneously, using both his telly and his laptop.

One glimpse of this exact setup also gives fans a sneak peek of Alastair's traditional open fireplace – which pet dog Walter no doubt loves curling up next to.

Outside of the semi-detached home, Alastair has a large garden with a lawn and patio area. The pièce de résistance, however, is a big inflatable hot tub to relax in after a hard day at work.

Alastair first landed the part of evil gang member Lee in 2019, just in time for series five of the smash hit show.

The criminal worked alongside Lisa McQueen and Ryan Pilkington and was part of the raid on a police convoy from Eastfield Police Storage Facility.

He also headed up the kidnap of PC Maneet Bindra with Ryan and, in grisly scenes, slit her throat with a knife.

Lee has since made a dramatic return to Line Of Duty for series 6.

Alastair, who was born in Scotland but grew up in Birmingham, spoke to his former local newspaper after landing his part in the hit show in 2019.

"I have watched the show since it started and absolutely loved it," he told Birmingham Live .

“It’s been absolutely brilliant to do and be a part of, especially with series five. When it started it was on BBC Two. But over the years it has just built up this huge following.

I have watched the show since it started and absolutely loved it.

“It’s moved to prime time on BBC One now. It is mad to be part of."


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