The EastEnders star – who hosted BBC documentary I Believe In UFOs in 2010 – hopes that the long-term effect of COVID-19 will be a positive change in human behaviour.
Dyer said: “I think there is some sort of intervention. Something has to change, something has to shift within our human behaviour. And hopefully, on the back of this pandemic, something will shift within us.”
But he added: “I can't f***ing see it yet. I still think there's a lot of hatred out there, a lot of division with everything that is going on in America and here with our f***ing useless government.”
Dyer said: “We’ve got to understand that this has been the most difficult, intense year. This has never happened before. There is nothing to compare this to. So you know, the idea of the whole world shutting down – it's just unheard of. We've had awful things happen.
“To us, as a human race, there’s never been a pandemic that has wiped out every industry and the fear that comes with that and the anxiety.”
The Danny Dyer's Deadliest Men presenter revealed he got through lockdown by building Lego models, including ones of Hogwarts school, Big Ben and a life-sized Yoda.
He revealed: “I’ve got a creative part of my brain, I had to do something with myself otherwise I’d go a bit crackers. And I loved it, but of course you start running out of room!”
Dyer is also excited about becoming a grandfather after Dani, 24, announced she is expecting her first child with boyfriend Sammy Kimmence.
He said: “It's such an honour. I mean, in my head, I'm still 20 in a way, you know, you're not gonna be a grandad and stuff. So I just want the baby to be healthy.
“We're excited. It's the start of a new era. And I just got to try and get my head around the fact that I could be a great-grandad by the time I'm 60. That's what freaks me out more than anything else.”
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