Line Of Duty star Polly Walker's steamy film history revealed as she goes naked in sexy scenes

LINE Of Duty actress Polly Walker’s steamy film history has been revealed – included a series of naked scenes.

The 52-year-old is best known now for playing the glam but bent lawyer Gill Biggeloe, but in the past she had some even steamer roles.

Back in 1999,  Polly sent pulses racing as she appeared in the comedy film 81/2 women.

Her sex scene was so racy in that the businessman she was bedding ended up dying.

Two years before that she had a very  steamy scene time with Til Schweiger in a film Bandyta.

She also stripped of while playing an IRA assassin alongside Sean Bean and Harrison Ford in the 1992 film Patriot Games.

Her nakedness didn’t stop on the big screen though as she also got her kit off in big-budget TV show Rome.

She played Atia of the Julii in the first two series of big-budget Rome, where the character is seen using her sexuality to get her way.

In one scene, she is seen wallowing in a Roman bath, before emerging to be dressed by waiting orderlies.

Her character, who is described as a "cheerfully amoral and opportunistic manipulator" is connected to all the big players in Rome.

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During Sunday night’s finale of Line Of Duty Polly’s character was unmasked as the "snake in the grass" who had set up Ted Hastings.

Speaking on today’s This Morning about the big reveal, she said she who was kept in the dark about the full extent of her character's involvement until near the end.

"I knew two episodes before what was happening. I knew she (Biggeloe) was up to no good," she said.

"But I didn't know to what extent she was a snake in the grass."

She added: "I've always known that Gill was a 'bad'un' on some level but I didn't know to what extent."

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