Daniel Mays faces £351,000 fine from the taxman

Forget AC-12... Line Of Duty star is clobbered by HMRC: Actor Daniel Mays faces £351,000 fine from the taxman after winding up his company Line Of Duty star Daniel Mays is facing a fearsome adversary – the taxman Actor is being pursued for thousands by HMRC after winding up his company Played errant firearms officer Daniel Waldron in third series of the BBC drama Letter sent to creditors details how HMRC was initially claiming £438,000  Lawyers acting for Mays disputed the bill and HMRC revised claim to £351,000

By Jake Ryan For The Mail On Sunday

Published: 02:04 BST, 2 May 2021 | Updated: 02:05 BST, 2 May 2021

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He has already been on the receiving end of one of AC-12’s notoriously gruelling interviews.

But now Line Of Duty star Daniel Mays is facing an even more fearsome adversary – the taxman.

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The actor, who played errant firearms officer Daniel Waldron in the third series of the acronym-heavy BBC drama, is being pursued for hundreds of thousands of pounds by HMRC after winding up his company. 

A letter sent to creditors last year by the firm dealing with the liquidation of Supernova (London) Ltd details how HM Revenue & Customs was initially claiming £438,000 from the actor.

Lawyers acting for Mr Mays disputed the bill and, after what the

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