Enniskillen actor Adrian Dunbar is one of the most ‘wanted’ men on TV thanks to his leading role on Line of Duty.

As the final episode of series five of the BBC drama airs this Sunday night, all eyes will be on the Fermanagh man, who’s character Superintendent Ted Hastings has been at the core of the current plot due to suspicions that he is a “bent copper.”

As Ted faces questioning on the show, Adrian has also been dodging tough questions during his appearances on the Jonathan Ross Show, Five Live and most recently Good Morning Britain, where he was interrogated by presenters Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid on Tuesday morning.

“You are the most talked about man in Britain,” laughed Morgan.

Adrian, 60, has been playing the BBC show’s popular superintendent since 2012.

Speaking to Radio Times magazine, he said: “Obviously, it’s brilliant for an actor at my stage in my career to get a part like this.”

“I’ve been banging away at the coalface, if you like, for many years now, and I’ve done some really wonderfully interesting work, I’ve been very lucky.

“But I’ve never had a character that I could really throw my stuff at,” he added.

As the series has continued to gain popularity, so has the character of Ted, who has become something of a heartthrob of which the Enniskillen actor has called a “subject of some amusement.”

Adrian was even asked on to Woman’s Hour on BBC Radio 4 to explain Hastings’ appeal.

“They were asking me why I thought women responded so much to Ted and I think it’s because they all realise they could have him round their fingers within 20 minutes,” he said.

“Women like that. ‘Oh, Ted, he’s so easily led’. In personal relationships I think that’s where he’s at,” he added.

The 90 minute final episode of Line of Duty series five will air on BBC One on Sunday May 5 at 9pm and will also be available on the BBC iPlayer.