BBC EastEnders: Danny Dyer hints at Mick Carter’s return

The star says he has no regrets saying goodbye to the BBC One soap opera in which he played Mick Carter, but hinted he could return to Albert Square despite the character’s streak.

The 45-year-old actor told Radio Times magazine: “I don’t regret leaving but it was really emotional for me.”

“Mick’s exit felt like a real ‘dot’ but maybe it was a ‘dot, dot, dot’.”

The Northern Echo:

Danny’s character is survived by his on-screen ex-wife Linda (Kellie Bright). Struggling with the death of her ex-spouse, she’s also trying to keep the Queen Vic boozer – the family home she ran with him. after his imprisoned wife Janine Butcher got Mick’s share following his death.

And recently it was revealed that the new co-owner of Linda’s mother is Elaine Peacock (Harriet Thorpe) after Sharon Watts (Letitia Dean) as well as Nish (Navin Chowdhry) and Suki (Balvinder Sopal) were misled.

When Danny announced his exit last year, he said: “The big news is that I have decided not to renew my contract. That’s all. It’s not because I fell out with anyone, I love everyone.”

“I’m leaving EastEnders. I am very lucky, I am very grateful.”

“When you have a job like a soap opera, it’s a contract renewal and every time I’ve been asked to stay and I’m very grateful for that. Because I saw a lot of people.” Come and go. It’s very hard.

Meanwhile, the ‘Vendetta’ star recently opened up about how ‘fascinated’ he is to travel to Australia to film new film ‘Heat’ with the rest of the cast, including ‘Neighbors’ stars Olympia Valance and Richie Morris. to turn.

Danny told The Sun newspaper: “I can’t wait to see this beautiful work in Australia. I have always been fascinated by working there.”

“It’s my first appearance since ‘EastEnders’. Heat has a powerful, dark script and a strong Australian cast and crew. Let’s have it! BBC EastEnders: Danny Dyer hints at Mick Carter’s return

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