Jim Dale

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Jim Dale
Birth name James Smith
Born August 15, 1935 in Rothwell, Northamptonshire, England
Notable Roles
Notable Episodes
Awards
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Contents

Biography

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
Thank Your Lucky Stars Host 1965–1966 6 7
Rogues' Gallery Lucifer Kane 1968–1969 1
Join Jim Dale Various 1969 1
Pushing Daisies Narrator 2007–2009 1 2

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
Thank Your Lucky Stars Himself 2x33 - Episode 233 April 21, 1962
Jackanory Storyteller 9x02 - My Dog Sunday September 8, 1970
This is Your Life Himself 14x01 - Jim Dale November 21, 1973
The Equalizer Gilbert 1x09 - Mama's Boy November 13, 1985
The Ellen Burstyn Show Robert Alan Waits 1x01 - Pilot September 26, 1986
The Ellen Burstyn Show Robert Waits 1x02 - Monkey Business September 27, 1986
Cosby Gregory 2x06 - Lucas Smartypantsicus October 20, 1997
After They Were Famous Himself 3x21 - Medics June 22, 2005
British Film Forever Himself 1x07 - Sauce, Satire and Silliness: The Story of British Comedy September 8, 2007

Specials and Made-for-TV Movies

Title Role Airdate Series/Banner
Mister Misfit Jim Didsbury February 5, 1967
The Dancing Princesses Soldier 1978
The 34th Annual Tony Awards Himself June 8, 1980 Tony Awards
The 39th Annual Tony Awards Himself June 2, 1985 Tony Awards
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn The Duke 1985
The 42nd Annual Tony Awards Himself June 5, 1988 Tony Awards
Happy Birthday, Happy New Year! Himself December 31, 1990 Live from the London Palladium
Lincoln Baltimore Correspondent December 26, 1992
The American Clock Ted Quinn August 23, 1993
The 49th Annual Tony Awards Himself June 4, 1995 Tony Awards
The Hunchback Clopin March 16, 1997
The 51st Annual Tony Awards Himself June 1, 1997 Tony Awards
What's a Carry On? Himself December 29, 1998
The 100 Greatest Family Films Himself December 22, 2005
The 60th Annual Tony Awards Himself June 11, 2006 Tony Awards

Talk, News and Game Show Appearances

Memorable Moments

Awards and Accolades

Tony Awards

  • Won: Best Leading Actor in a Musical (1980)
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Trivia