Danny Dyer would do a reality show with his family "for the right money".

Danny Dyer, Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham

Danny Dyer, Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham

The 'EastEnders' star and his daughter Dani Dyer - who won the 2018 series of 'Love Island' with boyfriend Jack Fincham - have been approached by TV producers to shoot their own programme, and the 41-year-old actor says he'd consider it if he was offered a big pay day.

Speaking to 'This Morning' at the TV Choice Awards in London on Monday night (10.09.18) - where he won the Best Soap Actor gong for his role as Mick Carter in the BBC One soap - he said: "It'll either be brilliant and amazing, or a total car crash. Maybe we should give it to them for the right money?"

Danny says he and Dani, 22, are already working together on something top secret and that he'd like them to both star on the big screen together.

Speaking to 'Good Morning Britain', he said: "We want to do a film together too, not just selling our soul to the devil, we want to do something credible."

Danny - who has portrayed Queen Vic owner Mick since 2013 - admitted during his acceptance speech at the awards ceremony at The Dorchester that he felt he received his prize because of his offspring's 'Love Island' success.

Speaking on stage, he said: "I would like to believe that I got this award for being a blinding actor.

"But it's probably because my daughter Dani won 'Love Island'."

Talk of a Dyer family series comes after Dani and Jack were reported to have been offered their own spin-off show before they left the villa.

A production source said at the time: "There is a big money offer on the table for the couple and cameras want to start filming them as soon as they leave the villa.

"There is a huge interest in capturing the moment that Jack meets Danny in person, something he's been nervous about since day one. Danny will give him plenty of banter so it would be TV gold."

Though nothing has come about, Dani's dad advised his daughter that she needs to forge her own TV career without Jack.

He said: "There are going to be some very exciting projects coming up for her.

"They have to live their own lives, I don't think they should come out as a double act."

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