Football fanatic and working-class lad, Danny Dyer is also one of the most recognizable young actors in Britain. He began his career at the age of 16 after being scouted by a talent agent, appearing on numerous television shows during the '90s. His breakthrough role came in 1999 as Moff in Justin Kerrigan's film romp through British club culture, "Human Traffic." The following year, Dyer found himself among some of the most highly regarded British actors with a role in the prison comedy "Greenfingers." In 2001, Dyer began his collaboration with Nick Love, the drama "Goodbye Charlie Bright" appeared in "The Football Factory," about football hooligans. The latter allowed Dyer to express his personal fandom, making him one of football culture's most recognized fanatics. Capitalizing on this successful role, Dyer became the host of the Bravo documentary series "The Real Football Factories" and "Football Hooligans International" in 2007. Interestingly, his next film with Love, gangster flick "The Business," was followed by another Bravo documentary series, "Danny Dyer's Deadliest Men," about the British crime underworld.