Dale Midkiff Net Worth

Dale Midkiff Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Dale Alan Midkiff net worth is
$1 million

Dale Alan Midkiff Wiki Biography

Dale Alan Midkiff was born on 1 July 1959, in Chance, Maryland USA, the second of the eight children to Jean and Thomas Midkiff, and is best known as an actor, who portrayed Louis Creed in the horror film ‘’Pet Sematary’’.

So just how rich is Dale Midkiff as of late 2017? According to authoritative sources, the actor has a net worth of over $1 million, accumulated from his over three decades-long career in the previously mentioned field. Dale’s assets include his houses in Los Angeles, California and Chance, Maryland.

Dale Midkiff Net Worth $1 million

Dale was interested in acting even as a child and reportedly was lucky enough to have his family’s support when it came to his future calling. He attended Salisbury University, Maryland, prior to moving to New York, where he initially worked as a waiter. He eventually made his debut with a role in the 1985 movie entitled ‘’ Streetwalkin’’, portraying Duke. His effort and talents were noticed by the audience and the critics, who called his acting ‘’grittily impressive’’ and he was a notable addition to the movie. However, Midkiff made his breakthrough with the role of Jock Ewing in the television movie entitled “Dallas: The Early Years” in 1986, acting alongside with David Grant and Molly Hagan. He remained busy throughout the following period, and played the role of Denis DeBeau in “Dream Street” in 1989, and in the same year acted in the horror film ‘’ Pet Sematary’’, a movie adaptation of Stephen King’s novel of the same name, directed by Marie Lambert and also starring Fred Gwynne and Denise. When it comes to the critical reception, ‘’Pet Semetary’’ scored mostly negative and mediocre reviews, but still grossed over $57.5 million at the box office, so helping to add to Dale’s net worth.

In the forthcoming period, Dale went on to work on several television films, including ‘’Plymouth’’ in the starring role of Gil Eaton, but which failed to become a television series, as ABC decided not to adopt it. Midkiff had a lot on his plate during the early and mid-1990s, including a notable role in ‘’Toothless’’, a 1997 Disney movie in which he portrayed Thomas Jameson and acted alongside with Kristie Alley. As of the same year, he had a notable role in the television series ‘’The Magnificent Seven’’, appearing in its 22 episodes and starring alongside actors such as Michael Biehn, Eric Close and Andrew Kavovit. He then played in ‘’Another Woman’s Husband’’, a television movie based on ‘’Swimming Lessons’’ by Lynne Hugo and Anna Tuttle Villegas.

Moving on to his other appearances in television series, he was a guest star in one episode of ‘’CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’’ in 2001, and during the same year acted in the horror film entitled ‘’Route 666’’, adding steadily to his net worth.

When it comes to his further career on silver screen, he landed the title role in ‘’Debating Robert Lee’’, a 2004 independent film written by Dan Polier and Matthew Klein, and in 2006 appeared in three documentaries based on ‘’Pet Semetary’’, and in 2007 acted in ‘’Love’s Unending Legacy’’, portraying Clark Davis. When it comes to Midkiff’s latest projects, he was a guest star in series such as ‘’The Client’’ and ‘’Castle’’ in 2013 and 2014 respectively, and overall, Dale has appeared in more than 60 acting projects.

When it comes to his personal life, Midkiff has been married to Joan O’Connor since 22 March 1997; the couple has three children.

Full NameDale Midkiff
Net Worth$1 million
Date Of BirthJuly 1, 1959
Place Of BirthChance, Maryland USA
Height1.88 m
EducationSalisbury University
SpouseJoan O'Connor
ChildrenCole Midkiff, Eliza Rose Midkiff, Ava Marie Midkiff
ParentsThomas Midkiff, Jean Midkiff
MoviesPet Sematary, Love Comes Softly, Love's Enduring Promise, Love's Abiding Joy, Time Trax, Love's Unending Legacy, Love Potion No. 9, Back to You and Me, Air Bud: World Pup, Love's Unfolding Dream, Love's Long Journey, Route 666, Elvis and Me, The Crow: Salvation, The Magnificent Seven, Streetwal...
TV ShowsThe Magnificent Seven, Time Trax, Dream Street
1The only actor of the cast to star in all six installments of Janette Oke's books turned movies "Love" series ("Love Comes Softly", "Love's Enduring Promise", "Love's Long Journey", "Love's Abiding Joy", "Love's Unending Legacy", "Love's Unfolding Dream").
2Has a nephew named Alex.
3He is the second of 8 children: six brothers and one sister. His parents are Jean and Thomas Midkiff.
4He has three children: Cole, Eliza Rose and Ava Marie.


Hell's Kitty2016post-productionRosemary Carrie
21 Outspost-productionCoach Chris Forbes
Castle2014TV SeriesSheriff Conklin
The Client List2013TV SeriesJ. D. Whitman, Senior
Hell's Kitty2011TV SeriesRosemary Carrie
Lie to Me2009TV SeriesSamuel Wynn
Criminal Minds2009TV SeriesGil Bonner
Lincoln Heights2008TV SeriesHarrison DeVries
The Clean-Up Crew2008Video shortDan Dahler
2012 Doomsday2008VideoDr. Frank Richards
Love's Unfolding Dream2007TV MovieClark Davis
Dexter2007TV SeriesMr. Wilson
CSI: Miami2007TV SeriesDoug McClain
Boxboarders!2007Bruce Rockwell
Totally Baked2007Doug (Segment "Reunion Party")
Love's Unending Legacy2007TV MovieClark Davis
Flight of the Living Dead2007Dr. Lucas
Love's Abiding Joy2006Clark Davis
Crossing Jordan2006TV SeriesJerry Miller
Love's Long Journey2005TV MovieClark Davis
Deep Rescue2005Ben
Back to You and Me2005TV MovieGus Martin
Without a Trace2005TV SeriesEddie Ferguson
Love's Enduring Promise2004TV MovieClark Davis
Torn Apart2004TV MovieJerry Bender
Debating Robert Lee2004Robert Lee - teacher
Maximum Velocity2003Dr. Timothy Briggs
Love Comes Softly2003TV MovieClark Davis
Nancy Drew2002TV MovieJimbo Mitchell
Video Voyeur: The Susan Wilson Story2002TV MovieGary Wilson
Route 6662001P.T.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation2001TV SeriesProf. Robert Woodbury
Falcon Down2001Captain Hank Thomas
The Warden2001TV MovieMurphy
Air Bud 32000VideoPatrick
Twice in a Lifetime2000TV SeriesReese O'Malley / Chip Stein
Mysterious Ways2000TV SeriesJack Kestler
The Magnificent Seven1998-2000TV SeriesBuck Wilmington
Alien Fury: Countdown to Invasion2000TV MovieBill Templer
Another Woman's Husband2000TV MovieJohnny Miller / Jake
The Crow: Salvation2000Vincent Erlich
The Outer Limits1999TV SeriesTom Cooper
Conversations in Limbo1998Short
Toothless1997TV MovieThomas Jameson
Any Place But Home1997TV MovieCarl Miller
Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Heatwave1997TV MovieDet. Steve Carella
Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Ice1996TV MovieDet. Steve Carella
Visitors of the Night1995TV MovieSheriff Marcus Ashley
A Child Is Missing1995TV MoviePeter Barnes
Time Trax1993-1994TV SeriesDarien Lambert
Sweet Justice1994TV SeriesAlex Boudreau
A Burning Passion: The Margaret Mitchell Story1994TV MovieRed
Love Potion No. 91992Gary Logan
Blackmail1991TV MovieScott Mayfield
Plymouth1991TV MovieGil Eaton
Shoot First: A Cop's Vengeance1991TV MovieFarrell Tucker
Sins of the Mother1991TV MovieKevin Coe
The Marla Hanson Story1991TV MovieEric Warner
A Cry for Help: The Tracey Thurman Story1989TV MovieBuck Thurman
Dream Street1989TV SeriesDenis DeBeau
Pet Sematary1989Louis Creed
Casual Sex?1988Attractive Stranger
Elvis and Me1988TV MovieElvis Presley
Top Kids1987TV MovieClyde Barrow (uncredited)
Nightmare Weekend1986Ken
Dallas: The Early Years1986TV MovieJock Ewing


21 Outsassociate producer post-production


Time Trax1993TV Series performer - 1 episode


Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary2016DocumentaryDale Midkiff
Stephen King's 'Pet Sematary': Filming the Horror2006Video shortHimself
Stephen King's 'Pet Sematary': Stephen King Territory2006Video shortHimself
Stephen King's 'Pet Sematary': The Characters2006Video shortHimself
The Making of, Debating Robert Lee2006Documentary shortHimself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno1997TV SeriesHimself

Archive Footage

Welcome to the Basement2014TV SeriesLouis Creed
Biography2010TV Series documentaryBuck Thurman in 'A Cry for Help: The Tracey Thurman Story'

Won Awards

2008CamieCharacter and Morality in Entertainment AwardsTelevision - Made for TV MovieLove's Unending Legacy (2007)
2008CamieCharacter and Morality in Entertainment AwardsTelevision - Made for TV MovieLove's Unending Legacy (2007)
2005CamieCharacter and Morality in Entertainment AwardsLove's Enduring Promise (2004)
2004Grace AwardMovieGuide AwardsMost Inspirational Television ActingLove Comes Softly (2003)
2003CamieCharacter and Morality in Entertainment AwardsLove Comes Softly (2003)

Nominated Awards

2005Grace AwardMovieGuide AwardsMost Inspiring Television ActingLove's Enduring Promise (2004)

Known for movies

IMDB Wikipedia

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