Danny Dyer is set to become the face of sex education on Channel 4.
While many may consider the 41-year-old actor as cockney geezer and king of the lads, he’s also a loving father to three children.
The mix of Danny’s brash humour and proud fatherhood will be mix-mashed together in new Channel 4 series Let’s Talk About Sex, where Danny, alongside other celebs, breach the tender subject of sex with their children.
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What is Let’s Talk About Sex about?
With sex education soon to become mandatory for all secondary school children in England (from September 2020), Channel 4 will investigate the role parents should play in the process.
First up, they give celebrities the chance to have their say, edging celebs and their children into previously unchartered waters when it comes to talking about sex.
The Channel 4 series will include some of the most outrageous, unexpected and unintentionally hilarious sex education videos in history combined with opinions and anecdotes from the celebrity guests.
How to watch Let’s Talk About Sex
The series will launch on Friday, April 5th on Channel 4.
It will air at 10 pm for 60 minutes.
There are three episodes in the series, meaning it will finish on Friday, April 19th.
Let’s Talk About Sex: Cast
Danny Dyer is the most talked-about cast member of the series, as he features on the show alongside 11-year-old daughter Sunnie.
In the trailer, Danny says to Sunny:
I was having sex before I started puberty. With your mum.
His daughter is left stunned, and remarked that it was like her having sex at 14.
Naturally, Danny bit back, adding: “Well, that won’t be happening.”
Other cast members on Let’s Talk About Sex include:
- Miriam Margolyes OBE (Professor Sprout in Harry Potter)
- Stephen Mangan (actor famous for his role in Green Wing)
- Alastair and Grace Campbell (journalist and broadcasters)
- Phil Wang (comedian and TV presenter)
- London Hughes (comedian and TV personality)
- Kieron Richardson (Hollyoaks actor)
WATCH LET’S TALK ABOUT SEX FROM FRIDAY APRIL 5TH ON CHANNEL 4