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'EastEnders': Danny Dyer Hints He May Quit Role As Mick Carter

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29/01/2017 09:40

Danny Dyer has hinted he could leave ‘EastEnders’ later this year. 

The actor, who plays Queen Vic landlord Mick Carter, has admitted he is keen to explore other roles. 

Danny joined the BBC One soap in 2013, and may not chose to renew his contract when it runs out in October. 

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Danny Dyer has admitted he could skip Walford in the coming year

It has been previously claimed Danny was poised to sign a new deal to keep him with the soap, which would also see him take home for than the £400,000 he is reported to currently pocket a year. 

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Mick has recently been suffering with money problems

The question mark over Danny’s future on the show comes after reports the Carters could be set to lose the Queen Vic in a new storyline. 

Actors Luisa Bradshaw-White and Ted Reilly, who play Tina and Johnny Carter, teased what lies ahead in an interview with Digital Spy.

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Mick also shared a kiss with Whitney last week

It was recently revealed Max Branning is planning revenge on the residents of Albert Square, following his wrongful imprisonment for the murder of Lucy Beale, and it seems he has his eyes set on the Vic. 

Meanwhile, Mick shared a shock kiss with daughter-in-law Whitney, after she was caught up in last week’s bus crash drama. 

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