EastEnders Mick Carter star Danny Dyer makes surprise return to BBC for special role

Danny Dyer - who is best known for playing Mick Carter in EastEnders - returned to the BBC this evening to voiceover a special segment about football at the Sports Personality of the Year

Danny Dyer as Mick Carter on EastEnders

Danny Dyer made a surprise return to the BBC this evening.

The EastEnders actor – best known for playing Mick Carter on the BBC soap – has previously made his feelings about the soap clear, but he did make a special return to the BBC this evening for the Sports Personality of the Year awards.

Danny was thanked by host Gary Lineker for voicing over a special montage about the football successes this year, including the sporting prowess of his beloved team West Ham – who his daughter’s partner Jarrod Bowen plays for.

Danny Dyer as Mick Carter in EastEnders

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Danny had previously opened up about the moment he thought he had made a mistake for quitting EastEnders. He explained: “I wrapped on EastEnders after nine years, had a very emotional leaving party. And I was doing my speech. And I was thinking: ‘S***, have I made a mistake here? I love everybody here so much. And it’s given me so much, this job.'”

He has since moved on to star in Heat, a Channel 5 show about an expat living in Australia with his family.

“It was very different from EastEnders, I must say. The thing about EastEnders is it does become quite a nine to five thing, and as an actor, I think that can be quite wearing, because we do need to work with different people – personally, you need to have different sets, different environments, different actors around you really, to keep your juices flowing. So to go from studio work into that was quite exciting to me,” he explained of the changes between filming that and EastEnders, “But there was a guy on set who was literally there to walk around and look for snakes. Because it rained a lot, and the snakes like the rain, he basically was walking around with his f****** great big steel toe cap boots on and a torch. I was like: ‘F****** hell, I’ve never dealt with this b******* before.'”

Danny had seemingly hinted he could make a return to EastEnders, describing his ending as a ‘dot dot dot’.

“I don’t regret leaving, but it was really emotional for me,” he said of his exit, before cryptically adding that there could be a possibility of a return: “Mick’s exit felt like a real ‘full stop’, but maybe it was a ‘dot, dot, dot.'”

Source: https://edition.cnn.com/

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