Hetti Bywater for guest role in Death in Paradise
Hetti Bywater is to appear in 'Death in Paradise', which will mark her first television role since she was killed off in 'EastEnders' earlier this year
Hetti Bywater is to appear in 'Death in Paradise'.
The former 'EastEnders' actress - who was killed off in the BBC One soap earlier this year - could be set for another gruesome murder scene in the channel's popular crime comedy-drama.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Hetti is guest starring in a murder mystery show, most of our guest stars die. Or are murderers!
"We're not saying which one she'll be, viewers will just have to wait to find out."
BBC bosses are said to have lined up a number of guest stars for the upcoming fourth series of the drama, which stars former 'My Family' funny-man Kris Marshall as clumsy but brilliant Detective Inspector Humphrey Goodman.
Natalie Gumede - who played the abusive Kirsty Soames in 'Coronation Street' - will also appear along with former 'Downton Abbey' housemaid Amy Nuttall, Outnumbered's Tyger Drew-Honey, 'Broadchurch' star Will Mellor and The Fast Show's Simon Day.
The new series of 'Death in Paradise' will see Humphrey struggle to contain his feelings for Detective Superintendent Camille Bordey (Sara Martins), while Officer Dwayne Myers (Danny John-Jules) will attempt to run the police station by himself following the departure of Sergeant Fidel Best (Gary Carr).
The drama - which is filmed in the Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe but is set on the fictional island of Saint Marie - will also welcome French actress Josephine Jobert as Sergeant Florence Cassell in the new series, which will air in early 2015.