He's the hard man in countless gritty crime movies, the loveable landlord of the Queen Vic and – in case he's not mentioned it to you – an actual member of the royal family.
Now, it appears Danny Dyer might have a new string to his bow: Saturday night telly.
The EastEnders favourite is in line to present the British version of US game show The Wall – where contestants drop balls down a massive, 40ft wall in the hopes of winning a huge cash prize – for the BBC.
Debuting in 2016, the US version airs on NBC and is hosted by Chris Hardwick, and NBA star LeBron James is one of the executive producers.
And if you're concerned that Danny's potential new role on The Wall will impact his time on Albert Square, the BBC told The Sun that it's "not expected to affect his EastEnders commitments".
Digital Spy has reached out to the BBC for confirmation.
Dyer of course has a fair bit of experience presenting, having hosted Have I Got News For You last month and explored his royal roots on Danny Dyer's Right Royal Family, which concludes tonight (January 30).
Going by the ratings, the BBC's newest Saturday night show The Greatest Dancer is falling further behind ITV's The Voice UK by the weekend, so perhaps Danny Dyer is the perfect star to give the Beeb a boost.
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