PEAKY Blinders viewers’ jaws dropped tonight as Alfie Solomons returned from the dead in the series finale.
The Jewish gangster – played by Tom Hardy – was last seen getting shot in the face at the end of series four.
Peaky Blinders viewers’ jaws dropped tonight as Alfie Solomons returned from the dead in the series finale[/caption]
But he miraculously survived the assassination attempt and has been laying low in Margate ever since.
Tommy Shelby – Cillian Murphy – sought him out to buy some of his men to help kill fascist politician Oswald Moseley.
Coming face to face with his old business partner, Alfie asked: “How soon did you know I was not dead?”
He replied: “You wrote me a letter Alfie.”
“I was on a lot of drugs,” said the reclusive figure.
The Jewish gangster – played by Tom Hardy – was last seen getting shot in the head at the end of series four[/caption]
Revealing what happened after the gun was fired, Alfie said: “I was lying out there when the tide came in woke me up. I was looking around thinking f**k, if this is hell it looks a lot like Margate.”
The pair then negotiate a price for Alfie’s men to join the Blinders in fascism as they go after Moseley, settling on a fee of £25,000.
While Alfie survived his shootout with Tommy, he looked in a bad way; a huge scar covering a large part of his face.
Blinders viewers have been speculating about the shocking return for some time – despite Alfie’s shooting.
Tom Hardy starred in three series of the hit show[/caption]
After Tommy confronted him on the beach for betraying him, Alfie revealed he was dying of skin cancer and didn’t have long left.
He then asked Tommy to shoot him and end his misery but Tommy was reluctant.
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But after Alfie shot Tommy in the side, Tommy pulled the trigger and shot Alfie in the face.
Alfie has been in the show for three series, joining in the second run back in 2014.
Hollywood star Tom is famous for a string of big screen hits including The Dark Knight Rises, Mad Max: Fury Road and Inception.
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