I assume he's supposed to be 'hard'?
Saw him on the Alan Carr show last night. Never heard of him before. I couldnt tell if he was an actor pretending to be hard, or honestly thought he was. He did manage to down .....oh roughly two mouthfuls of a cocktail, presumably in an effort to show how hard he is.
The whole thing kind of reminded me of, you know when you see a 5 year old kid and hes dressed in his fireman outfit and his fireman hat and you say 'Yes, youre a real fireman now.' ....... thats what Danny Dyer reminds me of. Like we need to tell him 'Yes Danny, you really are hard, and Im quite scared.'
What distance does he run ?
I think you've pretty much got the measure of him already.
He can be found threatening film critic Mark Kermode as he doesnt appreciate his impression of him.
It always interesting when Actors like to try and live up to their hard-man credentials. Now I'm not pretending (acting) the hard man myself, but I dont dress up and pretend to be other people for a living (sadly).
No idea, never heard of him.
Pretty much. Danny Dyer is a chav, pretending to be an actor, pretending to be a hard man.
A few years ago I spotted the irony when one of the Dads of a Kid in my class was Grant Mitchells' minder....
Danny Dyer is 35.
If you're making an ultra low budget Brit Flick involving East End "gangsters" his agent will be knocking on your door.
He is a feckin muppet
I actually thought he was quite good in Human Traffic, but then that was before he went all 'serious'.
He also appeared in Football Factory. I've never really thought that he comes across as a hard man, or at least not in the way that Ray Winstone does.
He's a typical Mockney "Look at me I'm hard, but in reality couldn't fight my way out of a wet paper bag" type of guy.
Dyer strikes me as someone with a big gob which is probably backed up by some big mates.
Not unlike yesterday's pop trouble maker pete doherty - who definitely didnt have his minders expel someone from a party via the window.
Soccer AM ain't what it used to be, but one of their better modern features has been their Frankie Fryer's 'Away Days' parody of Danny Dyer.
Probably run its course now, but was very nicely observed initially.
The guy is a total prick. Tries to come across as a hardman, especially when doing the football away day hard man series or whatever it was. Talks hard but would run a mile if he really tried to mix it with the twats that he 'promotes' for violence. Bit like the equivalent of a keyboard warrior. Hate him with a passion ....
He's who you get if Jason Statham or Vinnie Jones are unavailable or too expensive.
Not going include Ray Winstone in that category because he's a much better actor than any of them (apart from Beowulf "I'm 'ere to kill yer mon-star").
Didn't Danny Dyer write an advice column for a lads mag and said to glass ex-girlfriends so that no-one else would want them? Lovely chap.
"'I'm Danny Dyer, and this is Football's most hardest away days"
He's unintentionally hilarious.
What about his UFO documentary appearance. Looking back at the clips its like they hired a bunch of actors, said stuff like "That speck of light in the corner of a shot is definitely a spaceship" and laugh at how gullible he is.
Also I think his real name is Malcolm.
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