Danny Dyer taking a short break from EastEnders, says BBC

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The corporation was responding to a report in The Sun which suggested bosses were concerned about the actor looking "exhausted".

Danny Dyer is taking a break from EastEnders but he has not quit the soap, the BBC has said. "This was not enforced by bosses, nor has he quit the show", the BBC said in a statement.

Commenting on Danny's situation the star said that the Mick Carter actor had a lot of public support: 'I'm sure that he has a great response from people in the street.

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EastEnders fans can relax though as the source added: "everyone is determined to get him back to his best".

"The producers are concerned about Danny for a number of reasons", a source told The Sun newspaper.

He has won two National Television Awards for Serial Drama Performance for his role as family man Mick, opposite on-screen wife Linda Carter, played by Kellie Bright.

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An insider of the show spoke to The Sun about the decision: "It is best that he takes some time out to sort his life out".

The source admitted it has caused a bit of a problem for upcoming storyline: "The storylines are worked out months in advance and no one was expecting him to be off". A lot of scripts had to be torn up and it's caused a lot of behind-the-scenes chaos.

The actor, known for his hard-man roles, recently made headlines when he discovered that he is descended from the likes of William the Conqueror, Edward III and Thomas Cromwell in an episode of the BBC's Who Do You Think You Are?

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It was also reported that Dyer was seen clutching a bottle of lager at the NTAs in January in a failed attempt to give up drinking in 2017. "I loved theatre and all that". Last year, he ended up with a black eye after getting caught up in a fight at V Festival with friends of former "TOWIE" star Mark Wright.

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