Published: 00:03 BST, 29 October 2013 | Updated: 09:24 BST, 29 October 2013
He's set to make his Albert Square debut this Christmas when he joins the cast of EastEnders.
And a sneak peek sees Danny Dyer join his fictional family as they line up in their new manor ahead of moving into the Queen Vic.
The 36-year-old actor, who has been added to the cast as pub landlord Mick Carter, is seen fronting the clan and holding on to his dog as he smirks into the camera.
Sneak peek: Danny Dyer joins his fictional family as they line up in their new manor Albert Square, ahead of moving into the Queen Vic
Dyer and screen wife Linda - played by Kellie Bright - have begun filming their roles and will be seen heading to Walford this Christmas.
They will be joined by two of their three children, mummy's boy Johnny and tomboy Nancy.
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Johnny - played by Sam Strike, who has previously appeared in CBBC's MI High - is the first of his family to go to university and show bosses say he has a secret which puts him at the centre of a family drama.
Strike said: 'I'm really excited to be joining EastEnders and the Carter family. They're all really strong characters and I can't wait to see what EastEnders has planned for us all.
Get out of my pub! The 36-year-old actor will play new Queen Vic landlord Mick Carter, while Kellie Bright will portray his screen wife Linda
'I've grown up watching Danny and Kellie, both of whom are lovely, so to be playing their son is kind of surreal.'
Meanwhile, Nancy is said to be stubborn and fiery, as well as being a caring, loyal friend.
She is to be played by actress Maddy Hill, who said: 'I feel incredibly privileged to have been given such an amazing opportunity and I can't wait to start work with such a talented cohort of actors.'
Screen star: Danny will make his debut on the BBC One soap over the Christmas period
The Carter clan is also made up of familiar EastEnders character Shirley - played by Linda Henry - and Tina (Luisa Bradshaw-White), who arrives on screen next month, both of who are sisters of Mick.
The BBC One soap's executive producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins said: 'My team have worked incredibly hard over the past few months to create the Carters - a contemporary British family with cracks, knocked edges and a touch of darkness that is going to make them very special to watch.
'A family of strong characters who love and hate each other, all rooted in the best traditions of EastEnders.'
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