danny dyer

Hugh Grant has made a very decent living, chiefly under the patronage of Richard Curtis, portraying the most simperingly deferential man in the history of the species.
I thought it would be jolly to chat to Rubberbandits for this blog, because I thought there might be a chance they would pay me money in a belated, after-the-event bribe to win the increasingly prestigious Malcolm Hardee Comedy Award.
The cold and increasingly long winter nights are drawing in and Christmas is loitering on the not too distant horizon like a giant festive iceberg. This makes it the ideal time of year to take refuge in a warm pub with friends, family, loved ones, strangers, colleagues and people you actively dislike, to relax, drink, chew the proverbial fat and take shelter form the outside world.
After Mark Wright's dodgy presenting efforts on Take Me Out: The Gossip we were left wondering if he'd return to TOWIE with
Danny Dyer's not in any hurry to make friends with his famous new cast mates of his new movie. The actor has hit out at co
Danny Dyer intrigues me. Here's a guy who has almost zero respect amongst the mainstream filmmaking fraternity, yet his films always make money. Not in cinemas, but on the shelves of Tesco and Asda.
He's one of the UK's most versatile actors, playing anything from cockney geezers to London wide boys, from 'muppets' to
Ashley Cole has long lived the life of a screen star, with his limousines, eye-catching outfits and array of pretty ladies
Ashley Cole has long lived the life of a screen star, with his limousines, eye-catching outfits and array of pretty ladies
• Thundercats are ho! Or should that be hos, judging by the body on Cheetara, who's drawn to look like a slightly feline