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With 3 dozen features to his name as well as featuring in Andrea Arnold’s Oscar winning short ‘Wasp’, 36 year old Danny Dyer has become one of the UK’s most prolific and recognisable actors. He certainly divides opinion, while some love him others love to hate him, but whatever your opinion there’s no denying where DVD sales are involved he’s a very bankable star indeed.
Making his screen debut back in 1999 as Moff in Justin Kerrigan’s Human Traffic, it was Dyer’s teaming up with director Nick Love that really got the momentum going, firstly with ‘Goodbye Charlie Bright’, followed by the career changing ‘The Football Factory’ and then the equally impressive ‘The Business’.
Co-author James Mullinger said, “I have been a fan of Danny’s work since I first saw him as Moff in Human Traffic in 1999. A unique and charismatic performance, I couldn’ttake my eyes off him. Since then, he ha s continued to impress me in The Football Factory (which I believe to be one of the greatest – and most underrated - films of the noughties), the Oscar-winning Wasp and his work with Harold Pinter amongst others. I feel enormously proud to be co-writing this critique of his work. Danny is one of the most bankable stars in the UK and it is time that we celebrated that.”
Jonathan Sothcott commented, “People will complain that Danny’s films don’t deserve a guide like this but trust me, not only is he our most successful independent film star, he has a huge fan base who love his movies and we’ve written something that they’ll connect with, while at the same time providing an insight into the shallow end of the UK film industry where Dyer has ruled the DVD roost for a decade.”
‘The Films of Danny Dyer’ is written by James Mullinger and film producer Jonathan Sothcott and is available now. For more information: www.thefilmsofdannydyer.com
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