The Pembrokeshire murders on ITV1 echo the police’s persistent attempts to solve two cold case double murders. But who plays the journalist Jonathan Hill?
David Fynn has worked on stage and television for many years.
Some viewers may recognize the actor as Wolfie from The Inbetweeners ?!
Here is everything you need to know!
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Who plays Jonathan Hill in the Pembrokeshire Murders?
David Fynn portrays ITV Wales journalist Jonathan Hill in The Pembrokeshire Murders.
David is an actor, producer, and screenwriter who is perhaps best known for playing Brett on the NBC television sitcom Undateable.
Who is Jonathan Hill?
Jonathan was planning a documentary about the murders when DS asked Steve Wilkins to work with him.
Journalist Jonathan continued to play a vital role in the search for the killer John Cooper, including obtaining the bullseye footage that served as crucial evidence.
Jonathan co-wrote The Pembrokeshire Murders: Catching the Bullseye Killer with Steve Wilkins.
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What is David Fynn famous for?
David played Brett on the US sitcom Undateable.
He also starred as Wolfie in The Inbetweeners, Marcellus in Doctor Who and Manfred in Pete Versus Life.
He portrayed Rennick in Game of Thrones, James Spicer in Mayday, and Oakley in Big Bad World.
In 2018, he played Jos Sedley in the ITV adaptation of Vanity Fair and also voiced Biggie and Mr Dinkles on the Trolls TV series.
On stage, David starred Dewey Finn in the musical adaptation of School of Rock in the West End, based on the 2003 film with Jack Black.
David received an Olivier nomination for his performance.
Where is david from
David, 37, was born in Leeside, Cork, Ireland.
In a 2020 interview with Echo Live, he said, “My father is from Ballyphehane and my mother is from Gurranabraher.
“We lived in Mayfield and St. Lukes when I was a kid, but moved to London when I was four.”
What will David play next?
David plays Kent in a film with Jodie Foster, Benedict Cumberbatch and Tahar Rahim from The Serpent.
He says, “It’s about a man who was illegally detained in Guantanamo Bay for 14 years.
“It’s based on a true story. That was great. “
The Mauritanian will be released this year.
The Pembrokeshire killings resume Tuesday the 12th and Wednesday the 13th at 9 p.m. on ITV1.
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