Danny Dyer considers himself to be a "master" of sex.
The "EastEnders" actor - who plays Mick Carter on the BBC soap - made the tongue-in-cheek comment during his appearance on "Let's Talk About Sex", where he was sat alongside his 11-year-old daughter Sunnie.
In the show, Danny asked his daughter whether she'd rather learn about sex from her teachers or from her "old man", meaning himself.
Sunnie admitted she'd prefer to learn from her dad, but added: "You might not know all of it."
The London-born actor - who also has kids Dani, 23, and Arty, five - quickly replied: "I think you'll find I know quite a lot. I'm a master. That's the right reaction."
Meanwhile, Danny recently admitted that his wife forced him and their daughter Dani to both undergo colonic irrigations.
The actor claimed he was "bullied into" the derriere therapy - in which colon therapists flush out waste material from a person's bowel using water - by wife Joanne Mas.
Danny - who made his "EastEnders" debut in 2013 - said: "I was bullied into it, to be fair. We have bowels and we're supposed to naturally go to the toilet.
"But with a colonic - you're sitting in a surgery with someone putting a tube up your a**e and you think, "What am I doing?""