Ozark season 4: Will this character make shock return? Staar speaks out

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Netflix series Ozark made a triumphant comeback to screens earlier this year with its third outing. There was more death as the Byrdes continued to play with fire in their dealings with the Navarro Cartel. However, could a potential season four see the return of some characters who were killed off?

WARNING: This article contains major spoilers from Ozark 3

Among the characters fans are hoping with return is Ben Davis (played by Tom Pelphrey), who was executed by cartel hitman Nelson (Nelson Bonilla).

Fans were left devastated when Ben’s own sister Wendy Byrde (Laura Linney) tearfully told her husband Marty (Jason Bateman) what she’d done.

While the moment of death wasn’t show, leading viewers to hold out hope, it seems fairly certain he met a heart-breaking end.

Ben could certainly appear in a flashback or perhaps a vision in Wendy’s guilt-ridden mind going forward, but it looks like he’s very much dead and gone.

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However, there’s another character who could make a possible comeback and whose death still lingers in the backdrop: Cade Langmore (Trevor Long).

Ruth Langmore (Julia Garner) was still deeply affected by the death of father and following Ben’s murder, her sense of loss deepened.

Ultimately, she broke away from the Byrdes but it appeared Ruth didn’t have time to grieve or process Cade’s loss properly.

As fans will remember, Wyatt Langmore (Charlie Tahan) spoke to his late father Russ Langmore (Marc Menchaca) in season two, which would give scope for other decease characters to appear.

In an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk, Ozark star Trevor Long spoke about making a possible return to the show either in a flashback or a hallucination.

Long said: “You know, I could. I understand why they didn’t do it in season three because [Ruth’s] mind wasn’t there and she wasn’t really sure.

“And she doesn’t really know until the very end in season three that it was Wendy who did it. So, maybe.”

He added about reprising his role: “It would be fun. It would be great, I love those guys and it would be fun to work with Julia again. Yeah, I would love it.”

Speaking generally about his time on the Emmy-winning series, Long said: “I had a really good time doing it. It was like being a young kid again and just pretending to be a cowboy or bad guy.

“It was just so much fun and the people I was working with were incredible, so I really enjoyed going to work everyday.

“And Julia, who I obviously worked with the most, was so good and so up for anything and there to catch whatever I threw at her. We became close friends.”

Reflecting on the more challenging moments during filming, he said: “The most difficult thing, I think were some of the violent scenes with her, where I was really doing some rough stuff to her. I just think it was difficult.

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“It’s fun on one level to get to act that out. But on another level it’s a hard thing to do, in a way.”

The star concluded: “So it can be tough. You just want to do it well and you want to make sure no one’s hurt by it or physically hurt or emotionally hurt.”

Since starring in Ozark, the American actor has had smaller roles in shows including Magnum P.I., The Resident and Bull.

Earlier this year, he appeared in TV series FBI: Most Wanted before the COVID-19 pandemic brought productions across the world to a firm stop amid safety concerns and lockdown.

The actor, like most performers in showbusiness, are now waiting to see what happens with the coronavirus pandemic bringing Hollywood and stage productions to a standstill.

Ozark seasons 1 to 3 are streaming on Netflix now

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