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Danial John Dyer akq Danny Dyer is an English actor and presenter. Dyer’s breakthrough role was as Moff in Human Traffic, with other notable roles as Mick Carter in Eastenders, Billy the Limpet in Mean Machine and as Tommy Johnson in The Football Factory. Following the success of The Football Factory, Dyer was often typecast in “hard-man” roles, although it was this image that allowed him to present The Real Football Factories, its spin-off, The Real Football Factories International and Danny Dyer’s Deadliest Men. Dyer has also worked in theatre, having appeared in three plays written by Harold Pinter, with whom he had a close friendship.

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EastEnders’ Danny Dyer in talks with bosses to kill off Mick Carter in dark Xmas storyline

EastEnders actor Danny Dyer has revealed that he’s in talks to kill off character Mick Carter in a “dark” Christmas storyline.

The 44-year-old actor is bowing out after 10 years on the soap – revealing to The Mirror that he wasn’t planning to leave the door open for a return.

Promising that his exit would be “huge and epic”, he said that he wanted the sad scenes to “get people talking” and warned it would be a “shock”.

Appearing on the red carpet at tonight’s British Soap Awards this evening, he revealed: “I’ve got a few more scenes, I’m going out at Christmas. I came here Christmas 2013 and I’m going out at Christmas.”

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Danny Dyer Biography, Wikipedia

Danial John Dye was born in the Custom House area of London on 24 July 1977, the son of Christine and Antony Dyer. He has a younger brother, Tony (born 1979), and sister, Kayleigh (born 1986). His parents split up when he was nine and he was raised by his mother in Custom House. He began acting when he was a teen, and was bullied at school so badly by his peers that he lied about taking acting classes.

In 2016, Dyer’s family history was the subject of a Series 13 episode of the BBC genealogy series Who Do You Think You Are?, where it was revealed that his family hails from the Poplar area of London. Census records showed many of them working in the manual occupations connected to the docks on the River Thames. Further research found that Dyer is a descendant of Thomas Cromwell and of Elizabeth Seymour, the sister of Henry VIII’s third wife Jane Seymour. Elizabeth married Cromwell’s son Gregory Cromwell and, with the Seymour family’s assertion to be descended from Edward III (Dyer’s 25th generation ancestor), the line can be traced back to William the Conqueror and Charlemagne. In response, geneticist Adam Rutherford argued that an English person being descended from a Plantagenet king was “not remarkable”, stating that “almost every Briton” can claim such descent.

Real NameDanial John Dyer
Nick Name Danny Dyer
Profession Actor and Presenter
Marital StatusMarried
Wife NameJoanne Mas (m. 2016)
Children Name Dani Dyer, Sunnie Jo Dyer, Arty Jose Dyer
Physical Status 
Age44 Years (2022)
Height (Approx.)1.83 m
Weight (Approx.)Not Known
MeasurementNot Known
Eye ColourBrown
Hair ColourBlack
Personal Information
Date of Birth 24 July 1977
Birth PlaceCustom House, London, United Kingdom
ReligionChristan
NationalityAmerican
School NameNot Known
College NameNot Known
QualificationsNot Known
Family Profile
Father NameAntony Dyer
Mother Name Christine 
Siblings NameKayleigh Dyer
Career 
Source Of IncomeActing, Presenting
Net Worth, Salary$5 million
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Danny Dyer Career

Dyer was discovered at a local school by an agent who auditioned him for the part of Martin Fletcher in the Granada Television series Prime Suspect 3 (1993), beginning his acting career at 16. He also appeared on television in episodes of Cadfael (1994), A Touch of Frost (1995), Loved Up (1995), Thief Takers (1996), Highlander and Soldier Soldier (both 1997).[15] His many other television roles include appearances in the 2003 Channel 4 drama Second Generation, directed by John Sen; as Malcolm, main character Michelle’s stepfather, in Skins; as a football player in the second series of Hotel Babylon; and as Matt Costello in what was supposed to be the pilot episode for Breathless, a BBC two-part television series in development from BBC Northern Ireland, renamed first Blood Rush and then Kiss of Death, when it premiered on BBC One as a one-part drama on 26 May 2008.

In 2009, he shot several horror films including Doghouse under the direction of Jake West, and Basement under the direction of Asham Kamboj. He played one of the lead roles in the British vampire film Dead Cert. In June 2010, he was cast for the lead role in the remake of the British horror film The Asphyx, but it failed to secure production finance and was indefinitely shelved. Dyer co-starred with Anna Walton in Deviation, a British dark thriller written and directed by J. K. Amalou.

Dyer has performed on stage, most notably in two plays written and directed by 2005 Nobel LaureateHarold Pinter: as the Waiter in the London première of Celebration (2000), at the Almeida Theatre, which transferred to Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, in New York, as part of the Harold Pinter Festival held there in July and August 2001; and as Foster in the revival of No Man’s Land (1975), at the Royal National Theatre, in London, during 2001 and 2002. In March 2008, he played Joey in a revival of Pinter’s The Homecoming (1964), directed by Michael Attenborough, at the Almeida Theatre, in London. He also performed in Peter Gill’s play Certain Young Men (1999) in London. From 9 September 2009 to 3 October 2009, Dyer appeared as Sid Vicious in a new play called Kurt and Sid in London’s West End at the Trafalgar Studios.

In 2012, Dyer played the lead role in Ray Cooney’s Run For Your Wife. Upon release in 2013, it was savaged by critics, who described it as one of the worst British films of all time. The film took in a mere £747 during its opening weekend.

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Danny Dyer Personal Life

Dyer resides in Debden, Essex. He began dating Joanne Mas in 1992 but they separated after the birth of their first daughter, future television personality Dani Dyer, in 1996; they began dating other people, but soon started an affair with each other and decided to reconcile. They eventually married on 3 September 2016, after she proposed to him in March 2015. They also have another daughter and a son.

Dyer has been open about his drug use. In his autobiography, he stated, “I’ve always taken drugs and I probably always will, but there’s a difference between having the odd crafty bump up the snout as a reward for a job well done and letting it rule your life.” He has advocated for the legalisation of cocaine because he argues that banning it has not worked.

A lifelong football player and follower, Dyer supports West Ham United FC. In December 2007, he became the chairman of Kent League’s Greenwich Borough FC, appointed by fellow actor Tamer Hassan, president of the football club. He said, “I just love football and the chance of being involved with a club is like a dream come true.” The appointment was actually a publicity stunt to raise the profile of the club. In 2016, Dyer travelled to Sierra Leone to take part in Sport Relief. He said, “I don’t know what to expect when I go over there, but I’m hoping that it will make some kind of difference. It’s an honour to be asked.”

In 2011, Dyer released an autobiography titled Straight Up. In 2016, he released another autobiography titled The World According to Danny Dyer: Life Lessons from the East End.

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How rich is Danny Dyer?

Danny Dyer has net worth of $5 million.

How old is Danny Dyer?

Danny Dyer is 44 years old as of 2022.

Is Danny Dyer left EastEnders?

According to reports,  Danny Dyer in talks with bosses to kill off Mick Carter in dark Xmas storyline.

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