Dick Van Dyke

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Dick Van Dyke
Birth name Richard Wayne Van Dyke
Born December 13, 1925 in West Plains, Missouri, USA
Notable Roles The Dick Van Dyke Show: Rob Petrie
The New Dick Van Dyke Show: Dick Preston
Diagnosis Murder: Mark Sloan
Notable Episodes
Awards 1 Daytime Emmy Award
3 Primetime Emmy Awards
2 Golden Apple Awards
1 Laurel Award
1 Peoples Choice Award
star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Contents

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
The Dick Van Dyke Show Rob Petrie 1961–1966 1 2 3 4 5
The New Dick Van Dyke Show Dick Preston 1971–1974 1 2 3
Van Dyke and Company Cast Member 1976 1
The Carol Burnett Show Cast Member 1977
The Van Dyke Show Dick Burgess 1988 1
Diagnosis Murder Mark Sloan 1993–2001 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
To Tell the Truth (1956) To Tell the Truth - Guest Panelist December 25, 1956
To Tell the Truth (1956) To Tell the Truth - Guest Panelist January 1, 1957
To Tell the Truth (1956) To Tell the Truth - Guest Panelist January 8, 1957
To Tell the Truth (1956) To Tell the Truth - Guest Panelist January 15, 1957
To Tell the Truth (1956) To Tell the Truth - Guest Panelist January 22, 1957
The Phil Silvers Show Private Harry Lumpkin - Hillbilly Whiz October 1, 1957
The Phil Silvers Show Swifty Bilko - Bilko's Cousin January 24, 1958
The Polly Bergen Show Himself - May 17, 1958
The United States Steel Hour Justin Grey - Trap for a Stranger February 25, 1959
Toast of the Town Sketch Actor - November 29, 1959
Alfred Hitchcock Presents Thomas Craig - Craig's Will March 6, 1960
What's My Line? (1950) What's My Line? - Guest Panelist May 8, 1960
Toast of the Town Albert F. Peterson - Scene from 'Bye Bye Birdie' - June 12, 1960
Toast of the Town Comedian - July 17, 1960
New Comedy Showcase Richard Alexander - The Trouble with Richard August 22, 1960
Toast of the Town Singer - November 13, 1960
I've Got a Secret (1952) I've Got a Secret - Himself January 1, 1962
The Andy Williams Show Himself - February 18, 1964
The Leslie Uggams Show Himself - September 28, 1969
The Leslie Uggams Show Himself - November 16, 1969
The Bill Cosby Show Marvin - Miraculous Marvin January 17, 1971
Columbo Paul Galesco 4x02 - Negative Reaction October 15, 1974
Supertrain Waldo Chase - And a Cup of Kindness Too February 14, 1979
The Mary Tyler Moore Hour Himself - March 25, 1979
Matlock Judge Carter Addison - The Judge September 23, 1986
Highway to Heaven Wally Dunn - Wally January 14, 1987
Airwolf Malduke - Malduke July 17, 1987
The Golden Girls Ken - Love Under the Big Top October 21, 1989
Matlock Judge Carter Addison - The Kidnapper February 6, 1990
Jake and the Fatman Dr. Mark Sloan - It Never Entered My Mind March 20, 1991
Coach Partygoer - Christmas of the Van Damned December 14, 1993
Maybe This Time Dr. Mark Sloan - Break a Leg January 13, 1996
Becker Fred Becker - Becker the Elder February 15, 1999
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch Duke - Welcome Back, Duke February 25, 2000
Scrubs Doug Townshend - My Brother, My Keeper January 23, 2003

Specials and Made-for-TV Movies

Title Role Airdate Series/Banner
Ghost of a Chance Bill Nolan May 12, 1987 CBS Tuesday Movie
The Dick Van Dyke Show Revisited Himself May 11, 2004

Talk, News and Game Show Appearances

Series Episode Airdate
The Hollywood Squares (1966) September 13-17, 1971
The Hollywood Squares (1966) September 20-24, 1976

Producer

Series Year(s) Producer Credit Season(s)
Diagnosis Murder 1995–2001 Executive Producer

Awards and Accolades

Tony Awards

  • Won: Best Featured Actor in a Musical (1961)
Bye Bye Birdie

Primetime Emmy Awards

(3 Wins in 6 Nominations)

  • Won: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series (1964, 1965, 1966)
The Dick Van Dyke Show

Daytime Emmy Awards

  • Won: Outstanding Performer in Children's Programming (1984)
CBS Library: The Wrong Way Kid

Trivia