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This book is a window into the world of Danny Dyer - and he's seen more of the world than most so he's got one or two things to say about it. Tackling such vital questions as 'Where have all the old school boozers gone?' 'Are there such things as ghosts?' and 'Am I middle class?' Danny shares his unique take on life with characteristic honesty and humour and reveals why it is that: · What goes around comes around - he learnt the hard way · You can take the boy out of the East End but you can't take the East End out of the boy · Harold Pinter is a diamond geezer · He told the media training expert to do one · Science can prove that West Ham are the best football club in the world · Him and Joanne are like a team - he's Paul Gascoigne, she's David Batty · The human race isn't evolved enough for Twitter So, hold on to your titfer, it's gonna be a bumpy ride!
'I've had an up and down life - and I've tried to write down some of the stuff I've learned along the way . . . straight from the nag's gob.' From running wild with a gang of mates around the rough and ready streets of Canning Town to getting engaged and landing the role of a lifetime as Mick Carter in EastEnders, it's fair to say that Danny Dyer has seen a thing or two. And he's not shy in telling you about it either. An East Ender born and bred, Danny takes this opportunity to reflect on life, tackling such vital questions as 'Where have all the old school boozers gone?' 'Am I middle class?' 'Why is being sensitive an essential part of being an actor?' and reveals why it is that you can take the boy out of the East End, but you can't take the East End out of the boy. Never one to mince his words, Danny serves his opinions straight up in this honest, funny and often surprising look inside his world.
This book is a window into the world of Danny Dyer - and he's seen more of the world than most so he's got one or two things to say about it. Tackling such vital questions as 'Where have all the old school boozers gone?' 'Are there such things as ghosts?' and 'Am I middle class?' Danny shares his unique take on life with characteristic honesty and humour and reveals why it is that: · What goes around comes around - he learnt the hard way · You can take the boy out of the East End but you can't take the East End out of the boy · Harold Pinter is a diamond geezer · He told the media training expert to do one · Science can prove that West Ham are the best football club in the world · Him and Joanne are like a team - he's Paul Gascoigne, she's David Batty · The human race isn't evolved enough for Twitter So, hold on to your titfer, it's gonna be a bumpy ride!
Growing up in the eighties in East London was no picnic. Proper hard bastards, wannabe villains and cockney wide boys everywhere you went, all looking to make their mark. With trouble at home and more at school, Danny Dyer didn't have many options. He was a rascal, running with a tough crowd, getting himself into scrapes with the Old Bill, on the verge of becoming just another nobody. Until he started to act. It came naturally to him. He landed role after role, working with big stars, making a name for himself. And then came Human Traffic, and his career went into overdrive. Fame opened doors into the best clubs, the best booze and even better drugs. But with the highs came the lows, and as the drinks flowed, the work dried up. Shut out of an industry that didn't understand him, that heard his reputation before bothering with his talent, he had no choice but to turn it around and sort himself out. This is the real story - straight up. Funny, honest, full of swagger, and jammed full of antics and anecdotes, this memoir tears it up proper and delivers on every page.
Danny Dyer is Britain’s most popular young film star. Idolized by Harold Pinter and with his films having taken nearly $50 million at theUK box office, Dyer is the most bankable star in British independent films with one in 10 of the country’s population owning one of his films on DVD. With iconic performances in such cult classicsas The Business, The Football Factory, Dead Man Running, Outlaw, and now Vendetta, Dyer is oneof the most recognizable Englishmen in the world. For the first time, and with its subject’s full cooperation, this book chronicles his film career in depth, combining production background with critical analysis to paint a fascinating picture of the contemporary British film industry and its brightest star. Packed with anecdotes from co-stars and colleagues, as well as contributions from the man himself, The Films of Danny Dyer is the ultimate companion to the work of Britain’s grittiest star.
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.
It was never easy for Professor Green. Born into a tough Hackney estate and raised by his grandmother, the rapper was always learning the hard way - whether at school, on the streets of east London or during impromptu freestyling shows at friends' house parties. Indeed life and music have always been intertwined for the young rapper, but it wasn't until he was 18 that the two were brought into focus by the suicide of his father - and his emotions, ever since, have been reflected in the raw and often passionate line of his inspirational lyrics. In this wonderful autobiography, Professor Green - a.k.a. Stephen Manderson - reflects on his life so far and how his tough upbringing shaped the person and musician he is today. Passionate, raw and totally open, Lucky is the story of a boy's journey, from life close to the streets, to a time briefly behind bars, followed by a life making it as a musician and becoming the man you want to become. Lucky is accompanied by a unique digital app, which takes you closer to Professor Green and his story: with exclusive digital content for readers to enjoy, this is a rare insight into one of the most exciting and controversial musicians working in music today.

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