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Danny Dyer is a British actor and presenter. He is best known for television roles such as Malcolm in Skins, Mick Carter in EastEnders, and Yankie in Family Business, as well as film roles such as Moff in Human Traffic, Francis in Goodbye Charlie Bright, Tommy Johnson in The Football Factory, Charlie Milwall in Borstal Boy, Frankie in The Business, Steve in Severance and Gene Dekker in Outlaw. In 2007, he became the presenter of The Real Football Factories and The Real Football Factories International, a TV documentary series on Bravo. Born Daniel John Dyer on July 24, 1977 in Custom House, London, United Kingdom, to parents Christine and Antony Dyer, he has two younger siblings, a sister named Kayleigh, and a brother named Tony. Dyer’s parents divorced when he was age nine, and he was raised by his mother in Custom House. He was first spotted at a Sunday Drama School for underprivileged kids, in Kentish Town, by the agent Charlotte Kelly who got him an audition for the part of Martin Fletcher in the Granada Television series Prime Suspect 3 (1993), beginning his acting career at 16. His breakthrough role was as Moff in Human Traffic. [© celebsfacts.com] He has been married to Joanne Mas since September 3, 2016. They have three children, Dani, Arty and Sunnie.
Body Statistics Table
Danny Dyer's body statistics are seen in the table below. Take a look at measurements like height and weight!
|Height||1.82 m, 5′11¾” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||75 kg, 165 pounds|
|Cup Size (US)||Unknown|
|Bra Size (US)||Unknown|
|Implants or Natural (Breasts)||Unknown|
|Shoe Size (US)||12|
|Dress Size (US)||Unknown|
Danny Dyer Inspirational Quotes
I don’t know what’s happened to me. I’ve got a bit more sophisticated in my old age. I like a bit of jasmine tea. I love it.
I’ve got quite a big fan base, and people like to see you do the same thing – that’s why you get offered the same roles.
I don’t think you can get any more working class than me. Everyone seems posh to me.
I wasn’t a bad kid. My dad left when I was young, so I didn’t have much discipline, not that I’m making excuses. I was always out and about and had a good time as a kid, so I’ve done alright.
There is never a right or wrong time to have kids; it happens for whatever reason, but you can have this paranoia: ‘will I be able to do this, I’m not sure if I’m ready to have kids?’