DANNY Dyer has cemented himself as an EastEnders icon and BBC fan favourite. The soap star is also the presenter of BBC gameshow The Wall but his work on Albert Square has made him a household name. Who is Danny Dyer and how old is he? Danny Dyer is a 43-year-old actor and soap heartthrob known for making a slew of low-budget gangster movies. Born in Canning Town, East London in 1977, Danny - who is an avid West Ham United fan - now lives in Essex with his wife Jo Mas and daughters Dani and Sunnie, as well as son Arty. Some of his most memorable projects include The Football Factory, The Business and Doghouse. Beginning his career at the age of 16, he was discovered by an agent who auditioned him for the part of Martin Fletcher in the Granada Television series Prime Suspect 3 in 1993. Since then, other TV jobs have included roles in Cadfael, A Touch of Frost, Loved Up, Thief Takers, Soldier Soldier, Casualty, Hollyoaks Later and Skins – as well as enjoying a … [Read more...] about How old is Danny Dyer and when did he join EastEnders as Mick Carter?
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LONDON: The English Premier League, the most popular domestic TV product in world sport, kicks off on Saturday having decided to replace the Black Lives Matter logo on players' shirts with a "No Room for Racism" patch. The move is indicative of the delicate position many sports teams and organisations find themselves in as they seek to show support for victims of injustice and send a strong anti-racism message while fearing a backlash from those opposed to aligning with movements that some say have wider political aims. On Thursday in the United States, the NFL restarted amid controversial scenes as some fans jeered during a moment of silence "dedicated to the ongoing fight for equality in our country" before the Kansas City Chiefs' game against the Houston Texans. While the Texans players stayed in the locker room for performances of "Lift Every Voice And Sing" and "The Star-Spangled Banner", the Chiefs, the defending Super Bowl champions, stayed on the field during the … [Read more...] about Premier League, NFL and cricket wrestle with BLM response
REUTERS: Citigroup Inc on Thursday named consumer banking head Jane Fraser to succeed Michael Corbat next year as the bank's chief executive officer, making her the first woman to lead a major Wall Street bank. Fraser, 53, has been a rising star in the financial industry, with a career that spans investment banking, wealth management, troubled mortgage workouts and strategy in Latin America – a key business for Citigroup. Her promotion to CEO was widely expected since she was elevated to Citigroup president last year, and was celebrated as a step in the right direction for an industry that has few women or diverse executives in its top ranks. "Great news for the company and for women everywhere!” tweeted Bank of America Corp operations and technology chief Cathy Bessant. “A big and fantastic moment.” "Jane will become our first female CEO, a point of pride for all of us and groundbreaking for our industry," Corbat said in an internal memo that was seen by Reuters. Fraser … [Read more...] about Citigroup’s Jane Fraser to become first woman to head a Wall St. bank
The first day of his sentencing hearing focused on the children and grandfather he killed in a drunk driving car crash, but Wednesday was all about Marco Muzzo. The defence, pushing for a sentence of eight years in prison, presented the court with 92 letters of support — from family, friends, co-workers and Muzzo’s priest — which lawyer Brian Greenspan said spoke to the 29-year-old’s “fundamental decency.” Muzzo pleaded guilty earlier this month to charges of impaired driving causing death and impaired driving causing bodily harm for the Sept. 27 crash in Vaughan that killed 65-year-old Gary Neville and his three grandchildren: Daniel Neville-Lake, 9, Harrison, 5, and Milagros, 2. The children’s grandmother and great-grandmother were seriously injured. Muzzo had nearly three times the legal limit of alcohol in his blood at the time of the incident, court heard. When it came time Wednesday for Muzzo to face the children’s parents from the witness stand — just as their … [Read more...] about Marco Muzzo offers tearful apology to grieving couple at sentencing hearing
SINGAPORE - Four work pass holders who breached safe distancing measures while spending a day on Lazarus Island last year are permanently banned from working in Singapore, the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) said on Thursday (Feb 25). MOM has revoked their work passes. They were part of a group of 12 people who were on Lazarus Island on Aug 8. The four British nationals were sentenced on Wednesday and fined $3,000 for breaching Covid-19 regulations. Three of them - Helen Ann Sullivan, Joshua Adam Roth, and James Riby Oram Trimming - are 31, and the fourth, Edward John Joseph Lee-Bull, is 33. They pleaded guilty to a charge of meeting others for a non-permitted purpose and without reasonable excuse under the Covid-19 regulations. The Straits Times understands that the individuals must leave Singapore within seven days upon the revocation of their work passes, subject to appeal. Their trip happened during phase two of Singapore's reopening, when only groups of up to … [Read more...] about Four members of unlawful gathering of 12 on Lazarus Island banned from working in Singapore: MOM