The queue continues on BBC One on Sunday (Jan 10, 2021) and focuses on Dominique Renelleau’s desperate attempt to escape Charles Sobhraj. Where is Dominique now?
In the third episode of The Serpent, the young Frenchman tries to escape from the controlling clutches of Charles, who calls himself Alain Gautier.
Everything you need to know is here.
*** Warning: May contain spoilers from the third episode ***
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Who is Dominique Renelleau?
Dominique is a Frenchman who “meets” Charles on his travels around the world.
Little did he know that the charming gem dealer is already a multiple killer – who will kill again.
Charles secretly drugged him and forced him to work for him.
In the first episode of The Serpent, Dominique is introduced as an employee of Charles Sobhraj.
Dominique is another lost soul who hopes for adventure before returning to his homeland.
When he suspected that he was drugged, he asked for his passport to be returned – but was refused.
He sees the drugs of other young travelers and begins to divine the dark truth.
He asks an indulgent Monique: “Why does everyone who comes here get sick?”
Dominique manages to get his passport back with the help of his girlfriend Nadine and has a great shot at the airport.
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Where is he now?
Dominique has understandably held back since returning to France.
Very little is known about the man who could easily have become another victim of Charles.
At the end of The Serpent it is revealed that the real Dominique Renelleau is still living in France.
He is married with grown children and remains an avid traveler.
Who is playing Dominique?
Fabien Frankel portrays Dominique in BBC One’s The Serpent.
London-born Fabien is relatively new to acting.
His first role was in the 2019 festive film Last Christmas.
He also starred in the television movie NYPD Blue and will appear as Dixon in Venice at Dawn this year.
The 26-year-old actor is the son of the late actor Mark Frankel.
Mark played Leon in Leon the Pig Farmer in 1992.
He tragically died in a road accident at the age of 34.
At the time, his wife, Caroline Besson, was pregnant with their second son – and Fabien’s little brother – Max, who was born after Mark’s funeral.
Episode three of The Serpent
Homesickness Dominique begins to suspect Charles – and tries to escape.
Meanwhile, Herman listens to Nadine and Remi’s testimony and realizes the extent of Charles’ crime.
Is he approaching the serial killer?
The queue airs on BBC One on Sundays at 9 p.m. The entire series can now be viewed on the iPlayer.
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