Danny Dyer can't stop swearing on EastEnders
'EastEnders' actor Danny Dyer still can't control his language on set, and his co-star Shane Richie has joked he'll never be able to take part in a live episode of the soap
Danny Dyer can't stop swearing on the 'EastEnders' set.
The actor - who debuted over Christmas as Queen Vic landlord Mick Carter - has struggled to control his foul language, according to his former co-star Shane Richie.
Speaking to the Sunday Mirror newspaper, he joked: "He won't be doing a live episode, that's for sure. I have to tell him to stop swearing all the time."
Shane - who played Mick's pub predecessor Alfie Moon - also admitted he had to step in and give the TV hard man some bar training.
He added: "He still can't pull the perfect pint. He's not got the technique and he's had a lesson from me."
Meanwhile, a BBC insider claimed while Danny is popular on the soap, his foul-mouthed routine "is not an act".
The source said: "Danny is much loved by everyone on set but the bad language is not an act. It's become so much a part of his vocab that he slips back into it all the time."
The 36-year-old star has previously spoken about his struggles in controlling his language.
He admitted: "I've got to watch what I say and all that. I'm doing really well at the moment. It has only been two months but it is a struggle, I ain't gonna lie.
"I've always been real and true to myself and I think people respect that, but I totally get that I'm on a family show so I got to act family f***ing friendly."