Death in Paradise: Ralf Little speaks about being away from home
Death in Paradise’s Ralf Little gave an insight into how they bring to DI Neville Parker’s sidekick, Harry the lizard, to life but fans were left devastated with the revelation.
Taking to his Instagram, Ralf shared a video, which had been filmed from the set of season 13 explaining how Harry the lizard is brought to life on screen using CGI.
He told his 170,000 followers: “So get this. We used to do Harry with a silver ball that they used to use to reflect the light.
“They then had to CGI him in but that’s all changed now, we have more technology, they use a different kind of camera.
“This is now what I work with,” he said showing the camera a plastic lizard figurine modelled in the image of Harry. “There he is.”
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Fans were quick to express their shock over the revelation and took to Ralf’s comment section to give their opinions.
@lrussell7080 commented: “Omg Harry isn’t real? Harry, we love Harry.”
@kittysky76 sadly said: “Oh the illusion of Harry has gone. I thought he was real.”
janefergusson40 declined to believe Ralf and joked: “Harry is real and I will not hear anything else about it.”
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@ettel21 added: “Harry isn’t Real! Omg, I’m devasted.”
@laird_howard quipped: “You’ve just spoilt it I thought he was real!”
@vernoic_barron_ exclaimed: “What! Harry isn’t real!” (sic)
Ralf also caused a frenzy among fans of the show when he filmed a video of sitting in a jail cell in a prison setting.
Fans couldn’t help but question whether Neville will find himself on the other side of the law in the upcoming season after being arrested on suspicion of murder back in series 12.
Touching on what fans can expect to see from the upcoming series in 2024 and the Christmas special, Ralf explained: “Obviously I can’t give you any spoilers and tell you what’s going on.
“But everyone wants Neville to have a successful girlfriend, especially me, so fingers crossed it works out for him in season 13,” he said during a Q&A on Instagram.
Death in Paradise series 1-12 is available to watch on BBC iPlayer.
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