Tough, gritty and compelling, Danny Dyer's Deadliest Men is the show that reveals the people behind some of the most notorious names in the world.
In this episode Danny Dyer comes face-to-face with Stephen French - a former drugs baron and contemporary of Curtis Warren. French grew up in Liverpool during the Toxteth riots in 1981, and later went on to become one of the country's leading underworld operators. Series following Danny Dyer as he meets several hard men, including former terrorists and gangsters
Danny Dyer is joined by former SAS solider Nigel 'spud' Ely, who recalls his experiences undercover in Northern Ireland and hand-to-hand fighting in the Falklands
This episode features Vic Dark, now developing a career as a novelist after committing a series of crimes - including armed robbery, stabbing, and shooting - which led him to spending 19 years in prison. His time with feared London gangsters led him to be labelled 'the hardest man in Parkhurst' at the height of his notoriety
Sam "Skelly" McCrory Born 27 October 1963 is a former member of the Ulster Defence Association UDA - Ulster Freedom Fighters" UFF, an Ulster loyalist paramilitary organisation. In 2008 he publicly "outed" himself as gay, and a gay activist.
Boxer Dominic Negus, notorious for once headbutting Olympic champion Audley Harrison during a bout at Wembley, talks to Danny Dyer about his upbringing in Bethnal Green and his life working as hired muscle for the East End's criminal fraternity. Discover more concerning his past exploits at the sharp end as the former bodyguard reveals how he earned his reputation for being a serious hard man.
Danny Dyer meets Bradley Welsh, a legend on the streets among football hooligans given that he was running his own gang of 200 young Hibernian fans at the age of 14 and had been arrested seven times by the time he turned 15.