Danny Dyer is one of the most recognizable names in British film and television. Best known for hard-man roles in Mean Machine and The Football Factory, Danny is now making headlines as Mick Carter, the landlord of the iconic Queen Victoria pub in EastEnders. Yet, as his new soap role shows, there is a softer side to the stereotype many have of him. These days a committed family man and hard-working chairman of Greenwich Borough Football Club, Danny had to overcome a lot of obstacles on his way - some provided by growing up in the tough environment of East London in the eighties, some he put in his own way as early successes went to his head. Drink, drugs and scandal were never far away, but such fast-living had its price. With his career flagging and his relationships with his family in jeopardy, it was time for him to turn himself around. Danny Dyer: The Unauthorized Biography tells the full up-to-date story of TV's tough guy. From his early years in London's Canning Town to his first breaks as a teen actor to his fascinating new role on EastEnders, this book will examine the real man under the hard-man mask, going behind the scenes of his film, television and theatre work, not to mention the bar of the Queen Vic.a world filled with glamour and huge financial rewards would be quickly shattered if they saw the reality of working in lowbudget movies. ... Danny was philosophical about it, telling LoveFilm.com, a#39;So I have a cockney accent, ita#39;s not all about accents; just because you can do accents, it doesna#39;t make you a chameleon.
|Title||:||Danny Dyer: East End Boy|
|Publisher||:||Michael O'Mara Books - 2014-09-25|