Danny Dyer discusses the possible death of EastEnders


Danny Dyer in EastEnders. (BBC)

Danny Dyer discussed if EastEnders will kill off his character Mick Carter when he leaves the soap later this year.

Dyer has confirmed he will be leaving EastEnders after a decade in January, a move that had fans speculating how he would leave the show.

In an interview with The sunDyer discussed some of the ways he could leave EastEnders: “There was a discussion about what we are going to do. I could be killed, maybe not.”

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One thing Dyer knows is that he wants to go out in the widest possible way: “I just want to go out in a huge, epic way. I don’t want to be in the back of a taxi, I I don’t want a heart attack from high cholesterol. I want to get out there and I want people to talk about it. So yeah, it’s going to be huge.”

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 12: Danny Dyer the press room at the Virgin TV BAFTA Television Award at Royal Festival Hall on May 12, 2019 in London, England.  (Photo by Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)

Danny Dyer at the Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards. (Getty Images)

He also said he would be looking to steal a prop from the set on his last day on the job: “I might pull a stool out of the Vic. I already have a stool in my dressing room. I’ll get the cast to sign it and I’ll take it.”

Dyer also said how much he’s enjoyed his long tenure on the soap: “It’s such an iconic job and I’ve loved every second of it. It’s amazing. It’s been almost ten years though, you know? It’s time to move on now.”

Danny Dyer as Mick Carter in the Queen Vic.  (BBC)

Danny Dyer as Mick Carter in the Queen Vic. (BBC)

Dyer also recently confirmed that he is also quitting his BBC quiz show The wall so he can focus on his various other projects such as his upcoming Netflix show Cheat.

Before becoming known for his role in EastEndersDyer has built a cult following after appearing in a number of British crime films such as The soccer factory, Deals and dead man running.

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