He has been busy filming scenes for BBC Soap EastEnders as resident Hardman Mick Carter.
But Danny Dyer took a break from his frantic schedule to play a charitable football game full of stars in Merseyside on Sunday, in aid of the James Bulger Memorial Trust.
By joining players like X Factor winner Sam Bailey, former Arsenal star Jermaine Pennant and television personality Josh Ritchie, the 41-year-old looked relaxed as he paraded shirtlessly through Prenton Park.
Pointing his stuff: Danny Dyer took a break from his busy schedule to play a charitable soccer game packed with stars in Merseyside on Sunday, in aid of the James Bulger Memorial Trust.
After an enthusiastic game, Dani's father, the winner of Love Island, took off only his bright blue shorts and white football socks.
With the cream-colored astro-grass boots, the Outlaw star, famous for his "tough man" personality, showed off his toned figure in the field.
The father of three looked at every inch that the footballer in his get up and put a lively screen throughout the celebrity party.
Enchanting: the 41-year-old boy looked relaxed as he paraded topless in the Prenton Park countryside.
Hardman: After an enthusiastic game, Dani's father, the winner of the Isle of Love, was left alone in his bright blue shorts and white football socks.
Fame: The actor seemed to take off the top to sign after the exciting game.
Speaking with Tranmere Rovers, Danny said: "It's important, friend, I've said it before, many times, when you have this thing called fame, you have a responsibility to it and you use it for the right reasons.
& # 39; There are too many people with fame who become very aware and not selfish enough for me & # 39;
The actor added: "I have been given this gift, so you try to help others and raise awareness."
In shape: with the astro-grass cream boots, the Outlaw star, famous for his "hard man" personality, showed his toned figure in the field.
Giving it all: the father of three looked at every inch that the footballer in his get up and put on an animated screen during the entire celebrity party
The stars: Ex-Arsenal, Liverpool and Stoke, footballer Jermaine Pennant also made an appearance.
Girl power: X Factor winner, Sam Bailey, also participated in the charity event on Sunday
Speaking of the charities he supported, Danny continued: "James Bulger, it's just a tragedy and I remember him when I was young and I think, you know, 25 years, this is the anniversary and I think we should follow his spirit alive
"So it's obvious to me, an absolute truism."
The money raised from the event will not only be donated to the James Bulger Memorial Trust, but also to the charity Tranmere Rovers In The Community, which operates on the four main themes of social inclusion, health, education and sports participation.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the murder of James Bulger, two years old, and in his memory his mother Denise launched a charity to benefit and support young people.
Make a pose: the television character Joshua Ritchie took a selfie with his fans in the game
All aligned: the celebrities came out on the field playing a friendly joke
Support: the personality of the television, Charlotte Crosby, was in the crowd to cheer on her boyfriend Joshua Ritchie