Line of Duty favourite Tommy Jessop was apparently spotted in Bledlow last week filming for Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks' new Apple TV series Masters of the Air. 

The beloved actor has become well known to fans of BBC series Line of Duty - which concluded last night - as Terry Boyle, but many will be pleased to hear he could well be part of a major new project. 

Tommy, 36, was apparently spotted in Bledlow filming for Masters of the Air, a new Apple TV show produced by Hollywood heavyweights Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg. 


Pictures taken last week show the actor apparently shooting scenes near the Lions of Bledlow pub in Church End. 

The popular pub has been in demand as a film set location, shutting its doors from April 15 to 23 for filming - reportedly for Masters of the Air - before closing again from April 26 to 30, apparently for Midsomer Murders. 

Masters of the Air is also filming at Newland Park in Chalfont St Giles, with a huge World War Two base set up there - featuring Nissen huts and buildings and US Army vehicles. 

Masters of the Air, which started filming in the UK in February, is a Second World War miniseries which will follow the exploits of the Eighth Air Force of the US Army.