David Tennant’s stunning likeness to serial killer Dennis Nilsen in picture for upcoming dra

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David Tennant’s stunning likeness to serial killer Dennis Nilsen in picture for upcoming dra 1

David Tennant could lately have performed a demon in fantasy Good Omens, however in Des he’ll play one of many UK’s most infamous serial killers – Dennis Nilsen. New ITV drama Des will chart the account of what occurred after Nilsen was apprehended.

David Tennant bears a stunning similarity to Dennis Nilsen in a photograph which replicates an official police {photograph} taken of the serial killer after he was arrested.

The Muswell Hill Assassin was caught in 1983 in essentially the most ugly of circumstances.

The drains exterior his flat had turn into blocked, and when the blockage was investigated human flesh and bone have been found within the pipes.

Nilsen himself, extremely, had written to his property brokers complaining concerning the drains at his property at Cranley Gardens.

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The ITV drama relies on the guide Killing for Firm, written by Brian Masters, which paperwork Nilsen’s stunning case.

Whereas Nilsen is on the core of the drama, Des is anxious with exploring the results coping with Nilsen had on the officers and others who got here into contact with him.

DCI Peter Jay, who arrested Nilsen, will probably be performed by Daniel Mays.

The Crown’s Jason Watkins will play Brian Masters, the biographer.


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