Danny Dyer says his EastEnders exit story is ‘epic’ and combines travel show with Dani

The soap star is leaving the BBC and his role as Mick Carter after nine years and will soon be on screen instead of a travel presenter with the daughter of former Love Island winner Dani Dyer

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Danny Dyer has teased that his departure from Albert Square will be ‘booming’ as he leaves EastEnders after a decade of service with the BBC.

The 44-year-old star has been playing pub owner Mick Carter since 2013 and shocked fans when he announced earlier this year that he had chosen not to renew his contract to star in the show.

This means he’ll be stepping away from the series in the coming weeks – but the star himself has promised fans that his character will come out in spectacular style.

Danny was a guest on Zoe Ball’s Radio 2’s Breakfast on Wednesday morning when he assured listeners they would be hooked by his character’s ultimate backstory.

Danny Dyer’s days as Mick Carter are coming to an end



He teased: “We just introduced my backstory. It’s going to be epic. It’s huge.”

His on-screen wife, Kellie Bright, who has played Linda Carter since 2013, echoed Danny’s claims and also assured fans that his exit from the character would be “amazing” .

“It will be epic,” she said. I don’t know how I’m going to get through it, because I’m so sad that Danny is going to leave. But it will be very interesting. “

While it is rumored that Danny has struck a £1m deal with Channel 4 to create a Keeping Up With The Kardashians-style reality show about his family, the star only confirmed that he He was planning a tour.

Danny and daughter Dani Dyer will star in a travel show after success with a podcast



On Sunday, it was reported that Danny and the 25-year-old daughter of the Love Island star, Dani Dyer, will co-host a new series to air on channel E4.

He said to Zoe: “Yes, we [doing a travel show]. We will soon do that.

“I want to work with my Dani more. One of the reasons I decided to leave the show was because I wanted to explore more work with my little Dan. I love her so much.

“I just think we’ve got such a natural chemistry and an interesting relationship, it needs to be explored more. So we’re really excited about that.”

Danny and Dani have co-hosted a popular podcast called Sorted With The Dyers where they discuss a wide range of topics and also give insight into their personal lives.

On a recent episode of the podcast, Danny gave advice to a listener who wrote to ask for advice on how to make their comedy acting dreams come true amid fears of a West Midlands accent and upbringing. will hold them back.

The star said: “This is what I went through. Don’t let your class make you nervous.

Danny quipped: “We working class farmers, if you want to call us, we have a few things about us,” Danny quips.

“We completely understand what life is like. To live on the f**king line. And that is the origin of comedy.”

Danny gives advice to budding actors through his podcast



He urges people to “follow their dreams” and says it is “nonsense” to live your life “working for someone to make them rich”.

And he added: “We should all chase our f**king dreams. Like a human.”

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