'I've had an up and down life - and I've tried to write down some of the stuff I've learned along the way . . . straight from the nag's gob.'
From running wild with a gang of mates around the rough and ready streets of Canning Town to getting engaged and landing the role of a lifetime as Mick Carter in EastEnders, it's fair to say that Danny Dyer has seen a thing or two. And he's not shy in telling you about it either. An East Ender born and bred, Danny takes this opportunity to reflect on life, tackling such vital questions as 'Where have all the old school boozers gone?' 'Am I middle class?' 'Why is being sensitive an essential part of being an actor?' and reveals why it is that you can take the boy out of the East End, but you can't take the East End out of the boy.
Never one to mince his words, Danny serves his opinions straight up in this honest, funny and often surprising look inside his world.
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Danny received his first big break, at the tender age of 16 when an agent spotted him at his local school and asked him to audition for the role of 'Martin Fletcher' in Prime Suspect 3 (1993). Fast-forward 20 years and Danny is holding court behind the bar at the Queen Vic in EastEnders.Review:
A must-read! Unsurprisingly, the actor has a few things to say about today's most pressing issues ... Make sure you give it a butcher's New! We can't wait to get our mitts on a copy Mirror
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