DANNY Dyer has amassed a small fortune after walking away from his role as Mick Carter in EastEnders.
Accounts for his company Arty Bucco have shown a huge six-figure profit for the star in the wake of his soap exit.
Accounts signed off by Dyer this week reveal he banked £10,000 per week over the past twelve months.
Filings for the company have confirmed that Danny has made a £434,820 profit for the year after his assets increased to £513,969 in January of this year.
Overall, Danny retained £1,222,598 in his firm after allowing for bills at £199,373.
These figures show that Danny has overall managed to bank an impressive £1.4million in earnings over the last 12 months.
In 2022, his assets were reported at being at £901,002 for the year – proving that he has been able to command a pretty penny after leaving Albert Square.
It is the first time Danny has filed earnings showing his fortune since quitting his six-figure role with the Beeb.
The actor has not been short of work since leaving Walford and his wages have been kept healthy thanks to landing roles in shows such as Channel 5’s drama Heat as well as hosting E4 travel series, Absolutely Dyer, with daughter Dani.
It marks Danny’s highest net worth to date.
Dyer set up thein 2015, co-owning and co-running it with wife Joanne Mas.
Its nature ofreported to Companies House is listed as ‘motion picture production activities, video production activities’ and ‘television programme production activities.’
It’s Dyer’s only company directorship though he does have one former business – Old Mother Media.
It was not a money spinner,in 2013 owing £24,826 in tax.