Danny Dyer is holding a brief mangle from EastEnders, a BBC has confirmed.
The house was responding to a news in The Sun that suggested bosses were endangered about a actor looking “exhausted”.
A BBC orator said: “Danny is on a brief mangle from EastEnders. This was not enforced by bosses nor has he quit a show.”
It is not nonetheless transparent how prolonged Dyer will be absent for.
The 39-year-old actor, who plays pub landlord Mick Carter, assimilated a soap in 2013 and became a renouned impression with viewers.
Mick has remained behind a bar during a Queen Victoria pub ever given and has married Linda Carter, played by Kellie Bright.
Dyer won dual National Television Awards for sequence play opening for personification a role.
Before fasten EastEnders, Dyer was best famous for appearing in British films like Mean Machine and The Football Factory.
He also fronted his possess TV array – Danny Dyer’s Deadliest Men.
Earlier this month, Dyer pronounced he would be penetrating to take on a lead purpose in Doctor Who when Peter Capaldi retires.
In November, he seemed in an part of Who Do You Think You Are?, in that he found out he was related to royalty.
Dyer detected that he is descended from William a Conqueror, Edward III and Thomas Cromwell.
Former EastEnders star John Partridge pronounced Dyer was expected to be underneath a good understanding of vigour while operative on EastEnders due to a “relentless” schedule.
He told ITV’s Good Morning Britain: “I’m certain he’s underneath huge pressure, though I’m certain he has a good response from people in a street.
“I usually had a really certain response – from a white outpost male to a 83-year-old gran.
“But it is relentless, a report there can be relentless, and we should suppose if he has got any problems, or anything like that, to try and understanding with life outward of that – when you’re there 12, 13, or 15, 16 hours a day infrequently – that can be difficult.”