Danny Dyer

Danny Dyer ‘set for The Business sequel’

Danny Dyer ‘set for The Business sequel’

Danny Dyer is reportedly being lined up for ‘Back In Business’. The 41-year-old actor starred in cult hit ‘The Business’ alongside Tamer Hassan, 51, in 2005, and now 14 years later it’s said a highly anticipated follow up is in the works with Hassan holding discussions with production companies and investors after penning a script for the sequel. An insider told The S... »

Jack P Shepherd among stars up for Inside Soap Awards as longlist is revealed

Jack P Shepherd among stars up for Inside Soap Awards as longlist is revealed

Jack P. Shepherd, Emma Atkins and Danny Dyer are among the stars hoping to pick up more Inside Soap Awards silverware this year after the longlist was announced. The ‘Coronation Street’ star picked up the Best Actor accolade at last year’s ceremony, and he has the chance to repeat his success after being nominated in the category’s longlist again alongside his co-stars Rob ... »

Danny Dyer teases ‘powerful’ EastEnders scenes

Danny Dyer teases ‘powerful’ EastEnders scenes

Danny Dyer has teased some "powerful" upcoming ‘EastEnders’ scenes, which will see Mick Carter battle "mental health issues". The 41-year-old star has confirmed his character will deal with some inner demons as part of an upcoming storyline, which looks set to be a plot involving Mick and Linda Carter’s (Kellie Bright) son Ollie, who has been showing signs of ... »

Tamer Hassan’s daughter Belle Hassan joins Love Island

Tamer Hassan’s daughter Belle Hassan joins Love Island

Tamer Hassan’s daughter has joined ‘Love Island’ alongside 11 other new Islanders as Casa Amor is to open its doors once more. The ‘Football Factory’ star’s kid Belle Hassan, 21, will be among the new arrivals on tonight’s (28.06.19) show, and her father has warned her he will be watching "every detail" when she is in the villa. She said: "M... »

Emmerdale lead soap nods at TV Choice Awards nominations

Emmerdale lead soap nods at TV Choice Awards nominations

‘Emmerdale’ leads the soap nominations for the TV Choice Awards with six nods. The ITV show is up for the coveted Best Soap accolade, as well as five other gongs, including Best Soap Actress for Isabel Hodgins (Victoria Barton), and Best Soap Actor for Ryan Hawley (Robert Sugden) and Jeff Hordley (Cain Dingle). Emmerdale’s Asan N’Jie (Ellis Chapman) and Olivia Bromley (Dawn... »

Himesh Patel open to EastEnders comeback if Masood family returned

Himesh Patel open to EastEnders comeback if Masood family returned

Himesh Patel would be open to an ‘EastEnders’ comeback if his character’s original family all returned at the same time. The ‘Yesterday’ actor played Tamwar Masood from 2007 to 2016 on the BBC One soap, and he has admitted he would "hypothetically" be keen to star alongside his alter-ego’s brood again if show bosses brought them back and made them the ... »

EastEnders team up with National Autistic Society for new plot

EastEnders team up with National Autistic Society for new plot

‘EastEnders’ have teamed up with the National Autistic Society for a storyline which could result in Mick and Linda Carter’s kid Ollie Carter being autistic. The charity "jumped at the chance" to work with the BBC One soap on the plot, which last night (11.06.19) saw Mick (Danny Dyer) and Linda (Kellie Bright) told by a doctor that the youngster was showing signs of aut... »

Ricky Champ teases Richard Graham’s ‘explosive storyline’

Ricky Champ teases Richard Graham’s ‘explosive storyline’

Ricky Champ says Richard Graham will be involved in an "explosive storyline" when he joins ‘EastEnders’. The ‘Titanic’ star will guest star in the BBC One soap later this year when he appears as Ricky’s alter-ego Stuart Highway’s dad, and the plot looks set to explore his and brother Callum ‘Halfway’ Highway’s (Tony Clay) "rough&... »

Danny Dyer lands epic new game show The Wall

Danny Dyer lands epic new game show The Wall

Danny Dyer is fronting his own BBC One game show. The ‘EastEnders’ actor has been confirmed as the host for ‘The Wall’ – with questions voiced by Angela Rippon – and the new Saturday night series has been described as "the ultimate combination of strategy, knowledge and luck". He said: "I’d never had a desire to host a gameshow before I saw ... »

Lee MacDonald wishes EastEnders role had come 32 years ago

Lee MacDonald wishes EastEnders role had come 32 years ago

Lee MacDonald wishes he’d joined ‘EastEnders’ 32 years ago. The 50-year-old actor – who played Sammy ‘Zammo’ McGuire in children’s drama series ‘Grange Hill’ until 1987 – was recently confirmed to be joining the soap’s cast, and he has admitted he should have tried to get a role on Albert Square when he first moved on more than thre... »

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