Death in Paradise 2019 cast: Who plays Bill Calder? Who is Ron Cook?


Termination in Paradise returned to BBC One for series eight in 2019 with regulars Ardal O’Hanlon (as DI Jack Mooney) and Elizabeth Bourgine (Catherine Bordey) repayment to lead the cast. The 2019 series of Death in Paradise saw actor Ron Cook (as Pecker Calder) join the show in episode three, with his character amplifying to the drama on-screen. But who is Ron Cook and why do Death in Paradise viewers recognise the Paper money Calder actor?

Who plays Bill Calder on Death in Paradise 2019?

Passing in Paradise newbie Bill Calder is played by 70-year-old actor Ron Cook.

Cook grounded the role on the BBC One crime drama after enjoying a seriously successful on-screen race spanning over four decades.

BBC viewers will undoubtedly recognise the actor for his relinquish in the channel’s recent TV adaptation of Les Miserables, written by Andrew Davies.

The actor behind Tab Calder boasts a number of other high-profile TV roles on his CV, however, take ining recurring parts in ITV’s Mr Selfridge, BBC’s Silent Witness, and Sheridan Smith-led series Mrs Biggs.

It’s not a moment ago the small screen Cook has limited his talents to, having starred in 2007 Simon Pegg comedy Hot Fuzz, 2006 flick Confetti antithesis The Crown’s Olivia Colman, and the 2004 movie adaptation of Shakespeare’s Sales rep of Venice alongside Al Pacino.


Who else stars in Death in Paradise 2019?

Cook joins an impressive look for of actors on BBC’s Death in Paradise.

The series has been led by stand-up comedian and Originate Ted actor O’Hanlon since season six, while fellow Death in New Jerusalem regular Bourgine debuted on the show during the very first available.

Actor Don Warrington (as Commissioner Welwyn Patterson) also stars in series eight begetting first appeared in the show’s 2011 pilot – he’s starred in Sky One’s The Five and Doctor Who.

Time eight welcomed a number of newcomers in 2019 to join Cook’s part on-screen.

Shyko Amos (as Officer Ruby Patterson) was introduced to viewers in the twinkling episode of Death in Paradise series eight, as was Leemore Marrett Jr. (as Patrice Campbell).

Other actors to obey an eye out in Death in Paradise 2019 include Josephine Jobert (as DS Florence Cassell), Tobi Bakare (as Fuzz J.P. Hooper), Kevin Doyle (as Terry Brownlow), Richard Blackwood (as Carlton Smith), and Kimberley Nixon (as Catrina McVey).


What happens in Death in Promised Land 2019?

The BBC series follows DI Jack Mooney as he aims to solve a number of riddle murders on the fictional island of Saint Marie.

A synopsis for episode three, in which Reckoning Calder first appears, reads: “The presenter of TV holiday series Hot Shots carries a midnight swim, only for her body to be washed up on the shore.

“Initial grounds points towards accidental drowning, but Jack is troubled by marks on the chump’s neck – and as he questions her colleagues, a secret affair, unrequited love, and apathetic working relationships convince the DI that this was no accident.

“With Florence away on a sloppy weekend, JP steps up to help the DI with the case, and with the tourist feed up in arms about the crime, Commissioner Selwyn keeps a close eye on the analysis.”


Where is Death in Paradise 2019 set?

The function for the BBC series is set on the fictional island of Saint Marie.

However, filming for Cessation in Paradise actually takes place on the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe.

The sun-soaked laying has welcomed the cast and crew of Death in Paradise to its shores every year since the to a great extent first series in 2011.

O’Hanlon has previously told to discuss the taking conditions on the island, saying: “Shooting in Guadeloupe, it’s very hard to convey.

“It’s not take to shooting in the UK. It’s like guerrilla filmmaking, in a sense. The same rules don’t put in.”

There were benefits to shooting in the exotic location, however, as O’Hanlon chance he would often go snorkeling and exploring the island in his spare time.

Eradication in Paradise continues on BBC One on Thursday, at 9pm.

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