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Ralf Little sparks ‘long’ row with Death In Paradise director on-set over mispronunciation | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV


Death In Paradise actor Ralf Little, 40, had his work cut out after a fan of the BBC murder mystery drama picked up he might have pronounced a word wrong, sparking a huge debate online. In the latest episode, his character DI Neville Parker, pronounced Worcestershire sauce as ‘Worcestershire’, and it led to a “long” argument with the series director and a poll on Twitter to determine whether he was correct, or it was in fact said ‘Worcester sauce’ instead.

But he was no closer to getting an answer, as the poll came back as pretty much 50/50.

Addressing the issue on Twitter, Ralf made video in response to the user’s question about his mispronunciation.

Speaking to his followers, he said: “So after last night’s episode of Death In Paradise, [Twitter user] wants to know why I pronounced Worcester sauce Worcestershire and not Worcester.

“Yeah, I know,” he added, rolling his eyes.

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The poll accompanied the post, which gave four options that had been suggested during the discussion on-set.

They included: Worcester sauce, Worcestershire sauce, Lea and Perrins [a subsidiary of Kraft Heinz] and Hendo’s (Sheffield).

The actor quickly followed it up with an explanation, after some users pointed out a mistake with the fourth choice.

“Yes Twitter I know Henderson’s Relish is something very different,” Ralf sighed.



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Ralf Little sparks ‘long’ row with Death In Paradise director on-set over mispronunciation | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

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