The BBC theatre follows Thomas Shelby (played by Cillian Murphy) and his brothers Arthur (Paul Anderson), John (Joe Cole) and sister Ada (Sophie Rundle) and their private dicks in Birmingham.
And, while many of the cast have confirmed they force be reprising their roles, including Tom Hardy who was recently spotted on set with co-star Cillian, one name will not be involved in the family drama.
Alexander Siddig, who starred in seasonable three as Ruben Oliver and wooed Aunt Polly (Helen McCrory), has revealed he has not been beseeched back.
“They have a way of moving on, three years or something, every for the present they start a new season,” he explained. “As far as I know I’m not involved.”
The actor incomparable an artist who won the affection of Aunt Polly after she hired him to paint her representation.
And while they appeared to be rather smitten with each other in the hindmost series, it seems their love didn’t last.
“She obviously ground someone else,” Alexander told Digital Spy. “That’s what happens! You go consumed c**k – excuse the pun – and then you get totally stood up!”
It comes after it was revealed that Event of Thrones star Aidan Gillen would be joined the gangster histrionic arts when it returns.
The 48-year-old, who is best known for his role as Petyr ‘Littlefinger’ Baelish, has not yet divulged what his role will be but fans will no doubt be even numerous excited for the new series.
Also joining the cast is American actor Charlie Murphy while actress Charlotte Riley wish return as May Carleton.
Peaky Blinders is expected to return to BBC Two later this year.
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