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Danny Dyer to host game show on Netflix

OHMYGOSSIP — Danny Dyer is to host a game show on Netflix.
The 44-year-old actor – who is set to leave his long-running role as Mick Carter in ‘EastEnders’ after almost a decade later this year – will front new general knowledge show ‘Cheat’ for the streaming giant, which will see contestants battle it out for the chance to win up to £50,000.
He is quoted by The Sun newspaper’s TVBiz column as saying: “Expect enormous wins, loads of slippery people cheating and banter!”
The former soap star – who is married to Joanne Mas and has Dani, 25, Sunnie, 25, and eight-year-old Artie with her – will be joined in hosting duties by comedian Ellie Taylor, with the show reportedly set to air in 2023.
Since quitting his role on the BBC soap opera, Danny has also signed up to front a set of travel shows for E4 with his eldest daughter and ‘Love Island’ winner Dani.
A TV insider said: “Nobody would have predicted this would have been his first move, even though he did say at the time he was keen to ‘try some other stuff.”
While details of his exit from his ‘EastEnders’ remain under wraps, a TV insider previously teased that there is still a lot of “explosive drama” to come for the character before he leaves Albert Square.
Back in January, a TV source said: “Danny will be leaving EastEnders when his contract comes to an end later this year. Danny has made Mick Carter an iconic character which we shall always be grateful for. However, we won’t be saying goodbye just yet as there’s still quite some time – and plenty of explosive drama for Mick – to come before he departs Walford.”

Source: VacationHunter.Online


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