Dick Van Dyke Net Worth

Dick Van Dyke Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Dick Van Dyke net worth is
$30 Million

Dick Van Dyke Wiki Biography

Richard Wayne Van Dyke was born on 13 December 1925 in West Plains, Missouri USA. Today, Dick is a real legend in the entertainment industry; he is an actor, singer, writer, dancer as well as producer of world-wide fame. Not only has he working experience lasting for almost 70 years, he has also earned an impressive amount of money.

So just how rich is Dick Van Dyke? According to recent estimations, the overall amount of his net worth is equal to $30 million, with his wealth having been accumulated mainly from his acting career, but also from singing, writing and finally producing.

Dick Van Dyke Net Worth $30 Million

Dick was born into a religious family of salesman Loren Wayne Van Dyke and stenographer Hazel Victoria. Growing up in Danville, Illinois, Van Dyke was thinking of becoming a minister, but his high school’s drama classes actually made him change his mind. It was then that he started to work on his acting and singing abilities. At that time he already knew he was going to work in the entertainment industry.

In 1942 Van Dyke was a part of the Air Force of United States, then being transferred to the special services division. It was already a small start to his career, as he was performing in various shows and on the radio. His real breakdown took place in the 1960s when “The Dick Van Dyke Show” was presented on TV. Being easy to watch, this humorous comedy series soon won the benevolence of the audience, making Dick popular enough to successfully continue his career. This was a useful start to his net worth.

His acting curriculum might be few pages long. Dick has starred in a total of 22 films and dozens of popular TV shows. Among the most famous movies which he has appeared in are “Bye Bye Birdie”, “Mary Poppins”, “The Art of Love” and finally “Night at the Museum”. Van Dyke often jokes that he can’t actually retire, as he has tried to finish his career many times, but he always came back. Of course, his net worth increased each time.

Not to mention Dick’s successes as a writer and singer; he has published four books so far, with the last one showing up in 2011. Being always keen on singing, Van Dyke has also released six albums from 1960 to 2010. These also added to his net worth.

Dick Van Dyke is also the proud owner of various awards and nominations received during his career in the entertainment industry. Among the most honored awards are a Tony, one Grammy and five Emmys. In 2013 Dick received a Life Achievement Award from the Screen Actors Guild association, one of his most important rewards. Finally, Hollywood Walk of Fame has Van Dyke’s star on it too.

These projects and achievements make it absolutely clear how he made it through to become a millionaire. Dick Van Dyke was a success from the beginning: despite some downs connected to financial questions, alcohol problems and some health issues, he managed to build a career every beginner in the field dreams of.

In his personal life, Dick Van Dyke has always been quite private. He was first married to Margie Willett. They made it through different ups and downs together, including a period of poverty, and their marriage lasted for 36 years until they divorced in 1984. The couple has four children, with their second son Barry Van Dyke being also an actor, often working with his father. Dick was then involved in a long-term relationship with Michelle Triola, which lasted for almost 30 years until the death of Michele in 2009. In 2012, Dick married his second wife Arlene Silver.

Full NameDick Van Dyke
Net Worth$30 Million
Date Of BirthDecember 13, 1925
Place Of BirthWest Plains, Missouri, United States
Height6 ft (1.85 m)
ProfessionSinger, Comedian, Actor, Television producer, Film Producer, Dancer, Writer, Radio announcer, Screenwriter
EducationMonte Vista High School in Danville, California
SpouseArlene Silver (m. 2012), Margie Willett (m. 1948–1984)
ChildrenBarry Van Dyke, Carrie Beth van Dyke, Christian Van Dyke, Stacy Van Dyke
ParentsLoren Wayne Van Dyke, Hazel Victoria
SiblingsJerry Van Dyke
PartnerMichelle Triola (1989-2009, her death)
NicknamesRichard Wayne Van Dyke , RichardWayne Van Dyke , Navckid Keyd , Richard Wayne "Dick" Van Dyke
AwardsScreen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award (2013), Primetime Emmy Award (1966), Primetime Emmy Awards (1961, 1964, 1965, 1977), People's Choice Award (1977), TCA Career Achievement Award (2000), Grammy Award for Best Album for Children (1965)
Albums“Rhythm Train” (2010)
Music Groups"Dick Van Dyke and The Vantastix" (since 2000)
NominationsGrammy Hall of Fame (2014)
Movies“Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” (1968), “Mary Poppins” (1964), “Bye Bye Birdie” (1963), “The Art of Love” (1965), “Night at the Museum” (2006)
TV Shows“The Dick Van Dyke Show” (1961-1966), “Diagnosis: Murder” (1993-2001), “The New Dick Van Dyke Show” (1971-1974)
1Deep baritone voice
2Grey moustache
3Performed his own unique style of dancing
4Often works with his son Barry Van Dyke
1It took Walt twenty years to talk Travers [P.L. Travers, author of the Mary Poppins novels] into giving him the rights for the picture and then she fought him tooth and nail all the way through it. She hated me, she hated Julie Andrews, she didn't think either one of us were right. After the premiere she met Walt in the lobby and said, 'All the animation has to go.' Walt said, 'Pamela, the boat has sailed.'
2I was an alcoholic for about twenty-five years. In the Fifties and Sixties, everybody had their martini, everybody smoked incessantly. The funny thing is that all through my twenties and early thirties I didn't drink at all. Then we moved to a neighborhood full of young families with the same age kids and everyone drank heavily, there were big parties every night. I would go to work with terrible hangovers which if you're dancing is really hard. I was in deep trouble, you get suicidal and think you just can't go on. I had suicidal feelings, it was just terrible. But then suddenly, like a blessing, the drink started not to taste good. I would feel a little dizzy and a little nauseous and I wasn't getting the click. Today I wouldn't want a drink for anything. But I do occasionally think of taking a nice drag. I've been on this gum for ten years and it's just as addictive but at least it's not hurting my lungs. (2013)
3My whole generation has disappeared on me. My contemporaries, not in talent but in age, were Paul Newman, Jack Lemmon, Rock Hudson. All gone.
4[on turning down The Omen (1976)] My god, that was stupid. Gregory Peck got the part, but at that time there was a lot of violence in it - people impaled on things. I was pretty puritan at the time, a goody-two-shoes, I felt I'd put myself in a position where the audience trusted me. I turned down several things for that reason - either taste or violence or sex or something.
5People from the UK love to tease me. I invented a whole new dialect. I never could do a British accent, not even in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968).
6It's quite hard to act yourself all the time. My first wife, Margie, used to say she could see no difference between Rob [the husband he played on The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961) for five years] and me. She said 'You're not acting. You are exactly the same on screen as you are at home.'
7I was a Laurel & Hardy nut. I got to know Laurel at the end of his life and it was a great thrill for me. He left me his bow tie and derby and told me that if they ever made a movie about him, he'd want me to play him.
8I've found a home here because actors have always said, 'He's really a dancer', and dancers said, 'No, no he's a singer', and singers said, 'No I think he's an actor.' I don't know, I was never that good at anything but I did a little bit of it all. I've never studied dancing but I've always loved to dance. I never sang anywhere except the shower and it took me forever to get into the high school choir. When I auditioned for Bye Bye Birdie (1963) I did a song and a little soft-shoe and for some reason they saw I could move. And I've never studied acting - which is maybe lucky otherwise I'd just be a copy of everybody else.
9I asked Fred Astaire once when he was about my age if he still danced and he said 'Yes, but it hurts now.' That's exactly it. I can still dance too but it hurts now! I've always kept moving. I was at the gym at six this morning. Of course marrying a beautiful young woman has been a big help. There are so many years between us and we don't feel it. I'm emotionally immature and she's very wise for her age so we kind of meet in the middle.
10We had a little ranch way out in the middle of nowhere. My wife didn't like showbusiness - as most spouses don't: they get shunted aside. But it was too soon for me. I could not afford either emotionally or financially to quit and retire. Not in my forties. We finally parted company because of that. And now another forty years have gone by and I've been very busy. I still am.
11I'm really in retirement. My career is over. I'm just playing now and having a great time. I like to keep busy, and I'm doing what's fun for me.
12I think that cigarettes are worse. I think that nicotine ... I've heard heroin addicts and cocaine addicts say it was nothing compared to getting off cigarettes.
13But at the time, I thought I would come out, because there was such a strange perception about alcoholism that people had serious character flaws, you know. They had weak wills or something. They had this image of, you know, a guy laying in on the street and skid row, whereas it can happen to normal, average middle-class guy.
14It was a marvelous relaxer . . . Jack Daniels (Tennessee Whiskey) became my good friend. Then sometime in my early forties he turned on me.
15[about Mary Poppins (1964)] I thought Walt Disney hired me because I was such a great singer and dancer. As it turns out, he had heard me in an interview talking about what was happening to family entertainment. I was decrying the fact that it seemed like no holds were barred anymore in entertainment . . . That's why he called me in, because I said something he agreed with. And I got the part.
16I think it's such a shame that [Walt Disney] didn't live to see computer animation, because he would have had a good time with it . . . In those days it was before the blue screen. They used what was called yellow sulphur lighting--the screen was yellow, and we worked with that all day, and by the time the day was over you couldn't see anything . . . It was just an empty soundstage. And sometimes we didn't even have the music--we would just dance to a click rhythm. But I think technically it holds up today just as well as anything.
17In the best of all worlds the producers would take some responsibility for the kinds of things they're putting out. Unfortunately, they don't. And then I-- they keep saying we can't have our First Amendment rights abridged and we can't have censorship. Well we had it back in the Hays days [Production Code Administration, headed by 'Will H. Hays', the official Hollywood censor office], in the Johnson office days. And I think they should--maybe the American people might bring it back if things get bad enough.
18I've made peace with insecurity... because there is no security of any kind.
19I never wanted to be an actor and to this day I don't. I can't get a handle on it. An actor wants to become someone else. I am a song-and-dance man and I enjoy being myself, which is all I can do.
20I remember in the book that Caractacus was married. There was no love interest, no love story. So I think bringing Truly Scrumptious in works very well because we had assumed he was a widower. And they couldn't have picked a better Truly Scrumptious than Sally [Sally Ann Howes]. They came up with Sally Ann and I heard her voice, and it was the richest contralto. She auditioned with "The Lovely Lonely Man" and I thought, "My God, this girl is great!" and then she was stunningly beautiful. She loved those kids and they loved her, which I think comes across on the screen. They just thought a great deal of her and she spent a lot of time with them, you know, between shots - telling stories and playing games during all those long waiting periods.
21I've retired so many times now it's getting to be a habit.
1In November 2010, Van Dyke was guest on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005) and claimed that "years ago," he had fallen asleep on a surfboard and drifted out to sea so far that could not see land and that he had been rescued by a pod of porpoises that had pushed him all the way back to shore.
2Strongly opposed US involvement in the Vietnam War.
3Prior to supporting Bernie Sanders in the 2016 Democratic primaries, Van Dyke had not actively campaigned for a candidate since Eugene McCarthy in 1968.
4Met Michele Lee in the movie The Comic (1969), where the two embarked on a lifelong friendship, for over 45 years.
5He is a self-described Roosevelt New Deal Democrat.
6He is a lifelong supporter of the US Democratic Party.
7He's the surrogate grandfather to all 3 of Charlie Schlatter's children: Julia Marie, Quinn, and Beck Fredrick.
8On Diagnosis Murder (1993), his co-star (Barry Van Dyke) played a police sergeant (before lieutenant) for the Los Angeles Police Department who was the doctor's son, in real-life, Barry is Dick's son.
9In 1961 there was talk of Dick Van Dyke playing Stan Laurel in a biopic. However Laurel himself was against the idea, as he noted that while there was a certain facial resemblance Van Dyke was much taller and had entirely different comedic mannerisms.
10Endorsed Bernie Sanders in the 2016 presidential election of the United States.
11Although he played Maureen Stapleton's son in Bye Bye Birdie (1963), he was only six months her junior in real life.
12Like his best friend Andy Griffith, Van Dyke is known to be a very private man.
13Treated for bronchitis but was not hospitalized. [September 2008]
14Announced he will be retiring from acting and will be leaving Diagnosis Murder (1993) at the end of Season 8 (2000-2001). [October 2000]
15Was longtime friends with Buddy Ebsen. Van Dyke hosted Ebsen's memorial service on August 30, 2003.
16Met Andy Griffith in 1954, in New York City. They become friends for over 55 years until Griffith's death in 2012.
17Was rescued from his Jaguar, as it was burning on the Ventura Freeway in Los Angeles on August 19, 2013.
18Began his television series Diagnosis Murder (1993) at age 67.
19Made a comeback to television, for the first time in 27 years, with Diagnosis Murder (1993).
20Acting mentor and friends of Fannie Flagg, his son, Barry Van Dyke, Victoria Rowell and Charlie Schlatter.
21Guest-starred on the second episode of Matlock (1986)'s first season, with his old friend Andy Griffith. Eleven years later, Griffith would return the favor by appearing in a two part episode of Diagnosis Murder (1993), reprising his role of Ben Matlock.
22His ex-Diagnosis Murder (1993) co-star, Victoria Rowell, attended the 2012 wedding of Van Dyke and Arlene Silver, and frequently visits them.
23Met makeup artist, Arlene Silver, at the SAG Awards in 2006, where he was bowled over by her beauty. Six years later, he married her.
24Attended Michael Landon's funeral in 1991.
25Alongside Angela Lansbury, Norman Lloyd, William Daniels, Mickey Rooney, Ernest Borgnine, Betty White, Charlotte Rae, Adam West, Marla Gibbs, William Shatner, Larry Hagman, Florence Henderson, Shirley Jones and Alan Alda, Van Dyke is one of the few actors in Hollywood who lives into their 80s and/or 90s without ever either retiring from acting or having stopped getting work.
26After his divorce with Marjory Willett, he remained close friends with her.
27Is a huge fan of the situation comedy The Office (2005).
28Was about to open at a theater, and what was supposed to be a one-man show, with his quartet backing him up, but was canceled because of his torn Achilles heel in 2011.
29Went to high school with Donald O'Connor.
30His ex-wife, Marjory Willett, detested Hollywood.
31When The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961) started, he actually had a crush on Mary Tyler Moore, who played his wife in the series.
32His ex-wife, Marjory Willett, died in 2008.
33Is a close friend and dance partner of Chita Rivera.
34His hobbies include golfing, sailing, spending time with his family, dancing, traveling, comedy, playing piano, using the computer, Bible, praying and singing.
35Met his future wife, his longtime classmate/sweetheart, Margie Torrell Willett, while attending high school, but did not marry her until long after Van Dyke's Army service.
36Remained good friends with son Barry Van Dyke, Victoria Rowell and Charlie Schlatter during and after Diagnosis Murder (1993).
37Separated from his wife, Margie Willett, after 30 years of marriage - they would later divorce in 1984.
38He threatened to leave his role on Diagnosis Murder (1993), at the end of the second season, but CBS insisted that he came back, which fortunately he did, and stayed on the show, for the next six seasons.
39Received a phone call from his son and future Diagnosis Murder (1993) co-star, Barry Van Dyke, who asked him to play Dr. Mark Sloan, which he accepted after guest-starring on an episode of Jake and the Fatman (1987).
40Once rapped and danced with Michele Lee, about who would have won the People's Choice Awards in 1962.
41Before he became a successful comedian and an actor, he was also a two-time children's host.
42Got the lead role of Rob Petrie on The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961), after producer Sheldon Leonard was so impressed with Van Dyke's performance in the stage production of "Bye, Bye Birdie.".
43Didn't start dancing until he was 34.
44Before he was a successful comedian and actor, he used to work in a hotel.
45His future Diagnosis Murder (1993) co-star and son, Barry Van Dyke, is associated with his father's productions, and other shows. He began working alongside his father, since he was 10.
46At the beginning of the third season, The New Dick Van Dyke Show (1971) had moved production from Phoenix to Hollywood, where the change made a big improvement in the ratings, but was canceled because he no longer enjoyed working away from his home and did not want to continue the show without Carl Reiner.
47Met Byron Paul in the Army, who offered him a seven-year contract with CBS in 1955.
48His situation comedy The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961) was based on the series "Head of the Family".
49Until he reached 30, he lived in five states.
50Moved to Atlanta, Georgia, with his best friend, Phil Erickson, and wife Margie, in 1948, after he and Erickson grew weary of the West Coast circuit. This was where Marjorie gave birth to two sons, Christian Van Dyke and Barry Van Dyke, within a year.
51Helped his ex-The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961) co-star, Mary Tyler Moore get her own sitcom, in the 1970s.
52Created most of his own comedy routines and physical schticks on The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961).
53Prior to being an actor, he was also a Sunday School teacher and an elder at a Presbyterian church, who ministered every Sunday.
54His mother, Hazel Voice McCord was a Sunday School teacher (before her son) and a housewife, and his father, Loren Van Dyke, was a baseball player for the Terre Haute Huts, and tenor saxophonist for the Danville Schoenbeck Orchestra.
55Before he was a successful actor and a comedian, he did everything from working in an advertising agency to becoming a disc jockey.
56Was born just 6 months after his parents wedding that same year. Van Dyke was 18 years old when he found out he was born in December of 1925 and not March of 1926, as he'd been previously told. At first, his mother informed him that he had been born prematurely. Later, he learned that he'd been conceived out off wedlock.
57Almost graduated from Danville High School in Danville, Illinois, in 1944. He received his high school diploma in 2004 when he was 78.
58His mother, Hazel McCord Van Dyke, died at age 95, in 1994.
59Went into semi-retirement in the mid-1970s.
60Is one of the two actors to have appeared in every episode of Diagnosis Murder (1993).
61His Diagnosis Murder (1993) co-star, Charlie Schlatter, would reprise his role on an episode of The Sopranos (1999), in 2000.
62Friends with: Shirley Jones, Angela Lansbury, Bea Arthur, Florence Henderson, Ed Asner, Gavin MacLeod, Danny Thomas, Buddy Ebsen, Bill Cullen, Wink Martindale, Michele Lee, Hope Lange, Larry Hagman, Pernell Roberts, Robert Fuller, Angie Dickinson, Debbie Reynolds, James Garner, Andy Griffith, Michael Landon, Dick Van Patten, and wife Pat Van Patten, his brother Jerry Van Dyke, Carl Reiner, Maureen Stapleton, Betsy Palmer, Piper Laurie, Mickey Rooney, Rose Marie, Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin, Mary Tyler Moore, Richard Deacon, Morey Amsterdam, Warren Beatty, Fred Silverman, Dean Hargrove, Joyce Burditt, Christian I. Nyby II, Sheldon Leonard, Betty White, William Shatner, Dick Martin, Jean Stapleton, Carol Burnett, Tim Conway, Vicki Lawrence, Bill Cosby, Don Rickles, Rosie O'Donnell and Jerry Paris.
63His favorite The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961) episode is The Dick Van Dyke Show: Where Did I Come From? (1962).
64Although Van Dyke is now a committed non-smoker, he admits that he used to smoke 20-40 cigarettes a day.
65Underwent spinal surgery in April 2011.
66Received a lemon cake every Christmas from Charles Bronson, who lived nearby in Malibu, for 16 years.
67Uncle of Kelly Van Dyke (aka Nancee Kelly).
68The adult Broadway cast (Dick, Paul Lynde, Maureen Stapleton) who recreated their roles for the film version of Bye Bye Birdie (1963) were generally disappointed in the film. It was felt that director George Sidney placed far too much focus on Ann-Margret's teen role, a role that was secondary in the stage hit. Ann-Margret was at the time experiencing a meteoric rise in films.
69Buster Keaton and Stan Laurel were two of his comedy idols. Both became fans of Dick's classic TV series.
70Formed a night club stand-up comedy act in the late 1940s with his pal from Danville, Phil Erickson. They toured the country as the slapstick, lip-syncing "Merry Mutes". The act eventually broke up in 1954 and Dick went solo, finding work on New Orleans local television.
71Performed in several variety shows while serving in the United States Army during World War II.
72Was a radio announcer at a Danville Illinois radio station at the age of 16. He did the news as well as spun records.
73Made his acting debut playing the baby Jesus in a church Christmas pageant. Was told he cried all the way through it.
74He has English, Scottish, German, Swiss-German, and Dutch, ancestry. His family moved from Missouri to Danville, Illinois when Dick was quite young.
75Did not appear in his first movie until he was 36.
76He was nearly cast as Fagin in Oliver! (1968) since the Columbia producers felt that Ron Moody, who had played the part in the London stage version, wasn't famous enough to attract movie audiences. Van Dyke ultimately chose to star in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968) instead.
77Although highly praised for his dancing in Mary Poppins (1964) and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968), Van Dyke was never trained as a dancer and did not begin dancing until he was in his thirties.
78By the late 1980s, it seemed that Van Dyke's career was over. However, his acclaimed performance as the District Attorney in Dick Tracy (1990) led to Diagnosis Murder (1993), which proved to be a big television comeback for the 67-year-old star.
79Is a huge fan of Barbra Streisand.
80Actively campaigned in Democrat Pierre Salinger's losing 1964 fight for senator against Republican George Murphy.
81In 1968, he left Hollywood and bought a ranch in Arizona.
82Best known by the public for his starring roles as Rob Petrie on The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961) and as Dr. Mark Sloan on Diagnosis Murder (1993).
83Was a heavy smoker for fifty years, smoking up to two packs of cigarettes a day. He finally managed to quit using gum and patches. He claimed that quitting smoking was much harder than quitting drinking.
84Is a staunch Democrat and a vocal supporter of gun control. Attended some fundraisers for Eugene McCarthy in the 1968 Democratic primaries.
85Had portrayed Albert Peterson in the original Broadway stage version of "Bye Bye Birdie" and reprised his role in the movie Bye Bye Birdie (1963).
86Had a brief stint as a television weatherman in New Orleans, Louisiana.
87Son of Loren Van Dyke and wife Hazel Vorice McCord.
88His cockney accent in Mary Poppins (1964) was so heavily criticized that it may have cost him a Best Leading Actor Academy Award nomination the following year.
89Dabbled in computer animation since the 1980s. Using Newtek's Lightwave 3D from home, he created and animated a CG version of himself that he danced with on The Dick Van Dyke Show Revisited (2004).
90Was offered the role of Ambassador Thorn in The Omen (1976) before it went to Gregory Peck, but turned it down because of the film's violent and gory content. In a 2013 interview with "The Daily Telegraph" Van Dyke said his decision to decline the role was "stupid".
91Grew up in Danville, Illinois, with brother Jerry Van Dyke and fellow celebrities Gene Hackman and Bobby Short. Was a graduate of Danville High School, where he was in the drama club.
92Is close friends with his The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961) co-star Mary Tyler Moore.
93He played Lionel Jeffries's son in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968) even though Jeffries was actually six months his junior.
94In his 30s and 40s, he had a talent for playing crotchety, eccentric old men. He played this kind of role in Mary Poppins (1964) as Mr. Dawes Sr. and in a The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961) episode where he played one of Rob Petrie's elderly relatives.
95Although he had light brown hair when he was in his 30s and 40s, he had blonde hair as a child.
96Rob Petrie, Van Dyke's role on The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961), was ranked #22 in TV Guide's list of the "50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time" [20 June 2004 issue].
97The album "Songs I Like By Dick Van Dyke" was recorded on Friday, November 22, 1963. Early in the recording session, the artists and orchestra were informed of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas. In spite of the tragic news, and a deadline from Command Records that had to be met, the recording session continued to a successful conclusion - albeit in an emotionally-charged atmosphere. He said that he scarcely remembers the session because he was in such a state of shock after hearing the news.
98In July 1999, he was made an honorary life member of The Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America (SPEBSQSA), Inc. at their annual International Convention in Anaheim, California. He has sung in an a cappella quartet called "The Vantastix" since 2000. The group released a children's album in 2008.
99His attempt at a Cockney accent in Mary Poppins (1964) is so notorious that a "Dick Van Dyke accent" is an accepted slang term for an American's unsuccessful attempt at any British accent. Despite that, he is quite popular in the UK.
100His album "Songs I Like by Dick Van Dyke" (Command Records, 1963), released at the height of his television success and just before the release of Mary Poppins (1964), was actually a bestseller, remaining on Billboard's top-40 albums chart for several weeks in late 1963-early 1964.
101Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7021 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on February 25, 1993. But when the star was unveiled, his name was misspelled on the star as "VANDYKE". Being a good sport, he laughed, took a pen and drew a slash between "VAN" and "DYKE". The star was corrected soon after.
102Became a great-grandfather on July 26, 2001, when his grandson Carey Van Dyke (Barry Van Dyke's oldest child) and his wife Anne Van Dyke had a baby girl named Ava Van Dyke.
103Children: Christian Van Dyke, Barry Van Dyke, Stacy Van Dyke and Carrie Beth van Dyke. Grandchildren: Carey Van Dyke, Shane Van Dyke, Wes Van Dyke and Taryn Van Dyke. Great-granddaughter: Ava Van Dyke.
104Overcame alcoholism in the 1970s.
105Says that his most memorable role is that of Bert the chimney-sweep in Mary Poppins (1964).
106His comic inspiration was Stan Laurel. He says he was able to find him by looking up his name in the phone book in Santa Monica, California, where Laurel lived. He called and Laurel invited him over. The two became good friends. When Laurel died, Van Dyke delivered his eulogy at the funeral.
107Won Broadway's 1961 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Musical) for "Bye, Bye Birdie" and a Grammy Award for the Mary Poppins (1964) soundtrack.
108Beat out Johnny Carson for the role of Rob Petrie on what later became The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961) .
109He and his wife Margie married on the radio show "Bride and Groom" because the show paid for the wedding rings, a honeymoon and household appliances. After their wedding, the Van Dykes were so poor that they had to live in their car for a while.
110He enlisted to be a pilot in the Army Air Corps during World War II, but initially did not make the cut because he did not meet the weight requirement, as he was underweight. He tried three times to enlist, before barely making the cut. He actually served as a radio announcer during the war, and he did not leave the United States.
111Served in the United States Air Force.
112Is ambidextrous but writes mainly left-handed.
113According to his book "Those Funny Kids: A Treasury of Classroom Laughter", by age 11 he had grown to 6' 1".
114Daughter Stacy Van Dyke guest starred on Diagnosis Murder (1993), in Diagnosis Murder: Murder in the Family (1996). Grandson Shane Van Dyke guest-starred in 14 episodes of Diagnosis Murder (1993).
115Son Barry Van Dyke and grandson Carey Van Dyke also worked on Diagnosis Murder (1993) with him. Sons Barry and Christian Van Dyke also appeared in The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961) episode, The Dick Van Dyke Show: The Talented Neighborhood (1962).
116Older brother of entertainer Jerry Van Dyke.
117Lived with Michelle Triola from 1976 until her death in 2009. Van Dyke had become friendly with her before his marriage ended and in his autobiography he admits that the final cause of his divorce from his wife was when he gave Michelle Triola out of his own pocket the six-figure amount she had sued for unsuccessfully in her infamous "palimony" case against Lee Marvin.
118Often hosted game shows when he was a struggling actor. He hosted Mother's Day (1958) and Laugh Line (1959) but turned down The Price Is Right (1956).


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The Golden Girls1989TV SeriesKen
The Van Dyke Show1988TV SeriesDick Burgess
Airwolf1987TV SeriesMalduke - Special Guest Star
Ghost of a Chance1987TV MovieBill Nolan
Highway to Heaven1987TV SeriesWally Dunn
Strong Medicine1986TV MovieSam Hawthorne
Matlock1986TV SeriesJudge Carter Addison
American Playhouse1985TV SeriesLes Dischinger
Found Money1983TV MovieMax Sheppard
CBS Library1983TV SeriesFather
The Country Girl1982TV MovieFrank Elgin
Drop-Out Father1982TV MovieEd McCall
Harry's Battles1981TV MovieHarry Fitzsimmons
The Runner Stumbles1979Father Brian Rivard
Supertrain1979TV SeriesWaldo Chase
The Carol Burnett Show1977TV SeriesVarious Characters
Tubby the Tuba1975Tubby the Tuba (voice)
Columbo1974TV SeriesPaul Galesko
The Morning After1974TV MovieCharlie Lester
The New Dick Van Dyke Show1971-1974TV SeriesDick Preston
The New Scooby-Doo Movies1973TV SeriesDick Van Dyke
Cold Turkey1971Rev. Clayton Brooks
The Bill Cosby Show1971TV SeriesMartin
The Comic1969William Simon aka Billy Bright
Some Kind of a Nut1969Fred Amidon
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang1968Caractacus Potts
Never a Dull Moment1968Jack Albany
Fitzwilly1967Claude R. Fitzwilliam
Divorce American Style1967Richard Harmon
Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N.1966Lt. Robin Crusoe
The Dick Van Dyke Show1961-1966TV SeriesRob Petrie / Hezekiah Petrie
The Art of Love1965Paul Sloane
Mary Poppins1964Bert Mr. Dawes Senior (as Navckid Keyd)
What a Way to Go!1964Edgar Hopper
Bye Bye Birdie1963Albert F. Peterson
Look Up and Live1960TV Series
New Comedy Showcase1960TV SeriesRichard Alexander
Alfred Hitchcock Presents1960TV SeriesThomas Craig
The United States Steel Hour1959TV SeriesJustin Grey
The Phil Silvers Show1957-1958TV SeriesPvt. Swiftington 'Swifty' Bilko / Pvt. Hank Lumpkin


The Gin Game2003TV Movie co-executive producer
Diagnosis Murder: Without Warning2002TV Movie executive producer
Diagnosis Murder: Town Without Pity2002TV Movie executive producer
Diagnosis Murder1995-2001TV Series executive producer - 137 episodes
Cold Turkey1971executive producer - uncredited


Conan2015TV Series performer - 1 episode
Saving Mr. Banks2013performer: "Jolly Holiday", "Step In Time", "Let's Go Fly a Kite"
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno2011TV Series performer - 1 episode
20 to 12010TV Series documentary performer - 1 episode
The Paul O'Grady Show2009TV Series performer - 1 episode
The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story2009Documentary performer: "Chim Chim Cher-ee", "Let's Go Fly a Kite", "Jolly Holiday", "A Man Has Dreams", "I Love To Laugh", "Hushabye Mountain"
The Age of Believing: The Disney Live Action Classics2008TV Movie documentary performer: "Jolly Holiday", "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" - uncredited
I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue2008TV Movie performer: "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious"
Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World2005performer: "Put on a Happy Face"
MGM Sing-Alongs: Being Happy1997Video short performer: "Me Ol' Bamboo"
MGM Sing-Alongs: Friends1997Video short performer: "You Two"
MGM Sing-Alongs: Having Fun1997Video short performer: "Toot Sweets"
MGM Sing-Alongs: Searching for Your Dreams1997Video short performer: "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang", "Doll on a Music Box" and "Truly Scrumptious", "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Reprise"
The Walt Disney Comedy and Magic Revue1985Video short performer: "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious"
The 39th Annual Tony Awards1985TV Special performer: "I Still Get Jealous", "Gus: The Theatre Cat"
The Morning After1974TV Movie performer: "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" - uncredited
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang1968performer: "You Two", "Toot Sweets", "Hushabye Mountain", "Me Ol' Bamboo", "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang", "Doll On a Music Box/Truly Scrumptious" - uncredited
The Dick Van Dyke Show1961-1965TV Series performer - 15 episodes
Mary Poppins1964"Chim-Chim-Cheree", uncredited / performer: "Jolly Holiday", "Pavement Artist Chim Chim Cheree", "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious", "I Love to Laugh", "Fidelity Fiduciary Bank", "Chim-Chim-Cheree", "Step in Time", "A Man Has Dreams", "Sobre las Olas Over the Waves", "Let's Go Fly a Kite" - uncredited
The Danny Kaye Show1963TV Series performer - 1 episode
Bye Bye Birdie1963performer: "Put On a Happy Face", "Kids", "Everything Is Rosie/Everything Is Hugo"
The Andy Williams Special1962TV Special performer: "Sixteen Going on Seventeen"
The Ed Sullivan Show1960TV Series performer - 1 episode
The Fabulous Fifties1960Documentary performer: "Just You Wait"


Diagnosis Murder1997TV Series story - 1 episode
Van Dyke and CompanyTV Series 3 episodes, 1976 written by - 1 episode, 1976
Van Dyke and Company1975TV Special


Starring: Nancy Clancy1973TV Movie


Dreams Come True: A Celebration of Disney Animation2009TV Movie documentary acknowledgment
The Age of Believing: The Disney Live Action Classics2008TV Movie documentary grateful thanks
Walt: The Man Behind the Myth2001TV Movie documentary grateful acknowledgment
The Hand Behind the Mouse: The Ub Iwerks Story1999Documentary special thanks
She's Having a Baby1988special thanks


The 30th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1978TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Outstanding Writing in a Comedy-Variety or Music Series
CBS: On the Air1978TV Mini-Series documentaryCo-host - part IV
How to Survive the 70s and Maybe Even Bump Into Happiness1978TV Special
Hollywood & Vine1977Documentary shortHimself
The 29th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1977TV SpecialHimself - Winner: Outstanding Comedy - Variety or Music Series / Nominee: Outstanding Writing in a Comedy - Variety or Music Series and Presenter
CBS Galaxy1977TV SpecialHimself - Host
The 3rd Annual People's Choice Awards1977TV SpecialHimself - Host and Winner: Favourite Male Performer in a New Television Show and Presenter: Favourite Male Musical Performer
Van Dyke and Company1976TV SeriesHimself - Host
The Carol Burnett Show1976TV SeriesHimself - Guest
CBS Salutes Lucy: The First 25 Years1976TV Movie documentaryHimself
Dinah!1975-1976TV SeriesHimself
The Hollywood Squares1971-1976TV SeriesHerself - Panelist
The 28th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1976TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Outstanding Comedy Series
Spring in New Orleans1976TV Special
Lola!1976TV SeriesHimself
Van Dyke and Company1975TV SpecialHimself - Host
Julie and Dick at Covent Garden1974TV MovieHimself
Omnibus1974TV Series documentaryHimself
Don't Call Me Mama Anymore1973TV SpecialGuest Star
The David Frost Show1971-1972TV SeriesHimself
Robert Young and the Family1971TV SpecialSketch Actor
The First Nine Months Are the Hardest1971TV MovieHimself
Dick Van Dyke Meets Bill Cosby1970TV MovieHimself - Host
The Leslie Uggams Show1969TV SeriesHimself
Dick Van Dyke and the Other Woman1969TV SpecialHimself
The 20th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1968TV SpecialHimself - Host (New York City)
Dick Van Dyke1968TV SpecialHimself - Host
Dick Van Dyke Special1967TV MovieHimself
The 39th Annual Academy Awards1967TV SpecialHimself - Co-Presenter: Music Score Awards
The Garry Moore Show1960-1966TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Guest
Stan Laurel Funeral1965Documentary shortHimself
Salute to Stan Laurel1965TV Special documentaryHimself
The 37th Annual Academy Awards1965TV SpecialHimself - Co-Presenter: Best Costume Design
Danny Thomas Special1964TV SpecialHimself
The 16th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1964TV SpecialHimself
The Andy Williams Show1964TV SeriesHimself
Cinema1964TV Series documentaryHimself
The Danny Kaye Show1963TV SeriesHimself
The Bob Hope Show1963TV SeriesHimself
I've Got a Secret1962-1963TV SeriesHimself - Guest / Himself
Stump the Stars1962TV SeriesHimself - Guest Panelist
The Jack Paar Tonight Show1959-1962TV SeriesHimself - Guest Host / Himself / Himself - Guest
The Andy Williams Special1962TV SpecialHimself
Here's Hollywood1962TV SeriesHimself
Henry Fonda and the Family1962TV SpecialHimself
Password All-Stars1962TV SeriesHimself - Celebrity Contestant
The Dinah Shore Chevy Show1961TV SeriesHimself
CBS Fall Preview Special: Seven Wonderful Nights1961TV Movie documentaryHimself
No Place Like Home1960/IITV MovieHimself
The Ed Sullivan Show1959-1960TV SeriesHimself - Singer / Himself - Comedian / Albert F. Peterson - Scene from 'Bye Bye Birdie' / ...
What's My Line?1960TV SeriesHimself - Panelist
The Fabulous Fifties1960Documentary
Art Carney Special1959TV SeriesHimself
The Chevy Showroom Starring Andy Williams1958-1959TV SeriesHimself
Laugh Line1959TV SeriesHimself - Host
Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall1957-1959TV SeriesHimself - Comedian / Himself
Mother's Day1958TV SeriesHimself - Host
The Polly Bergen Show1958TV SeriesHimself
The Pat Boone-Chevy Showroom1958TV SeriesHimself
Social Security in Action1958TV SeriesHimself
Of All Things1956TV SeriesHimself
CBS Cartoon Theatre1956TV SeriesHimself - Host
Frankie Laine Time1955TV SeriesHimself
The Morning Show1954TV SeriesHimself / Host (1955-1956)
Rose Marie2017post-productionHimself
Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age2016Documentary post-productionHimself
Tavis Smiley2005-2016TV SeriesHimself
Today1979-2016TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Guest
WGN Morning News2016TV SeriesHimself
To Tell the Truth1956-2016TV SeriesHimself - Panelist
Disneyland 60th Anniversary TV Special2016TV MovieHimself
Oprah: Where Are They Now?2016TV SeriesHimself
Access Hollywood Live2013-2015TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Guest
Conan2012-2015TV SeriesHimself - Guest / Himself
Access Hollywood2015TV SeriesHimself
Entertainment Tonight2007-2015TV SeriesHimself
The Talk2015TV SeriesHimself - Author, Keep Moving
Larry King Now2015TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration2015TV MovieHimself / Rob Petrie
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day2014Himself (uncredited)
Pioneers of Television2008-2014TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself / Rob Petrie
Inside Comedy2014TV SeriesHimself
Kevin Pollak's Chat Show2013TV SeriesHimself
19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2013TV SpecialHimself - Honoree
The Doctors2012TV SeriesHimself
18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2012TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Life Achievement
CBS This Morning2012TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Fun with Dick and Jerry Van Dyke2012TV MovieHimself
America in Primetime2011TV Series documentaryHimself / Rob Petrie, The Dick Van Dyke Show
A Tribute to Laurel & Hardy2011Video documentary shortHimself
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson2010-2011TV SeriesHimself
Piers Morgan Tonight2011TV SeriesHimself
Rachael Ray2011TV SeriesHimself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno1994-2011TV SeriesHimself
79th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade2010TV MovieHimself
Actors Entertainment2010TV SeriesHimself
The Bonnie Hunt Show2009-2010TV SeriesHimself
Dreams Come True: A Celebration of Disney Animation2009TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story2009DocumentaryHimself
Make 'Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America2009TV Series documentaryHimself
TV Land Moguls2004-2009TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
The Age of Believing: The Disney Live Action Classics2008TV Movie documentaryHimself - Interviewee
The Wonder Kids2008Documentary
The 6th Annual TV Land Awards2008TV SpecialHimself
TV's All-Time Funniest: A Paley Center for Media Special2008TV SpecialHimself
Stanley Kramer: A Man's Search for Truth2008Video documentary shortHimself
The Making of 'Night at the Museum'2007Video shortHimself / Cecil
Getaway2007TV SeriesHimself
13th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2007TV SpecialHimself
Film '722006TV SeriesHimself
HypaSpace2006TV Series documentaryHimself
A Night at the Museum with McFly2006TV MovieHimself
In the Cutz2006TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The 100 Greatest Family Films2005TV Movie documentaryHimself
E! True Hollywood Story1997-2005TV Series documentaryHimself
After They Were Famous2004TV Series documentaryHimself
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious: The Making of 'Mary Poppins'2004Video documentaryHimself - Host
This Morning2003-2004TV SeriesHimself
The Ultimate Film2004TV Movie documentaryHimself
Emmy's Greatest Moments2004TV Movie documentaryHimself
Remembering 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang'2003Video documentary shortHimself
TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV2003TV Special documentaryHimself
Inside TV Land: Style and Fashion2003TV Movie documentaryHimself
Inside TV Land: Taboo TV2002TV Movie documentaryHimself
TV Guide's 50 Best Shows of All Time: A 50th Anniversary Celebration2002TV SpecialHimself
The Mark Twain Prize: Celebrating the Humor of Carl Reiner2001TV MovieHimself
I Love Lucy's 50th Anniversary Special2001TV Movie documentaryHimself - Co-Host
Walt: The Man Behind the Myth2001TV Movie documentaryNarrator / Himself
The 10th Annual Ella Award Presented a Salute to Julie Andrews2001TV MovieHimself - Speaker
Larry King Live1993-2000TV SeriesHimself
Inside TV Land: The Dick Van Dyke Show2000TV Special documentaryHimself
The 50th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1998TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Outstanding Comedy Series
CBS: The First 50 Years1998TV Movie documentaryHimself
Biography1995-1998TV Series documentaryHimself
The Rosie O'Donnell Show1998TV SeriesHimself
Heroes of Comedy1998TV Series documentaryHimself
Intimate Portrait1998TV Series documentaryHimself
50 Years of Television: A Celebration of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Golden Anniversary1997TV Movie documentaryHimself
Mary Poppins Practically Perfect in Every Way: The Magic Behind the Masterpiece1997Video documentary shortHimself
The 21st Annual People's Choice Awards1995TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Favorite New Television Comedy Series
Great Performances1995TV SeriesHimself
A Comedy Salute to Andy Kaufman1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Second Annual Comedy Hall of Fame1994TV SpecialHimself
The 8th Annual American Comedy Awards1994TV SpecialHimself
The Dick Van Dyke Show Remembered1994TV Special documentaryHimself
The 7th Annual American Comedy Awards1993TV SpecialHimself
Comic Relief V1992TV SpecialHimself
The Best of Disney: 50 Years of Magic1991TV Movie documentaryHimself
The 5th Annual American Comedy Awards1991TV SpecialHimself
Michael Landon: Memories with Laughter and Love1991Video documentary
Night of 100 Stars III1990TV MovieHimself
7th Annual American Cinema Awards1990TV SpecialHimself
Wogan1989TV SeriesHimself
The 3rd Annual American Comedy Awards1989TV SpecialHimself
The 6th Annual American Cinema Awards1989TV SpecialHimself
CBS This Morning1988TV SeriesHimself
Roger Rabbit and the Secrets of Toon Town1988TV Special documentaryHimself
The 40th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1988TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series / Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series & Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Special
The 5th Annual American Cinema Awards1988TV SpecialHimself
American Film Institute Comedy Special1987TV SpecialHimself - Host
Golden Anniversary of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs1987TV Movie documentaryHimself - Host
Happy 100th Birthday, Hollywood1987TV Special documentaryHimself
This Is Your Life1987TV SpecialHimself - Honoree
The 13th Annual People's Choice Awards1987TV SpecialHimself - Host and Presenter: Favourite Music Video
The 38th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1986TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Outstanding Directing in a Miniseries or a Special
The 3rd Annual Television Academy Hall of Fame Awards1986TV SpecialHimself
The 37th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards1985TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Program
The 39th Annual Tony Awards1985TV SpecialHimself - Presenter & Performer
Battle of the Network Stars XVIII1985TV SpecialHimself - Host
Night of 100 Stars II1985TV MovieHimself
Musical Comedy Tonight III1985TV MovieHimself
Donald Duck's 50th Birthday1984TV Special shortHimself - Host
The 9th Annual People's Choice Awards1983TV SpecialHimself - Host
The 25th Annual Grammy Awards1983TV SpecialHimself
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1966-1981TV SeriesHimself
Florida's Disney Decade1981TV SpecialHimself - Host
How to Eat Like a Child1981TV MovieHimself
True Life Stories1981TV Movie documentaryCharlie
The 34th Annual Tony Awards1980TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Musical
The Mike Douglas Show1976-1980TV SeriesHimself - Co-Host / Himself - Actor
30 Years of TV Comedy's Greatest Hits: To Laughter with Love1980TV MovieHimself - Presenter
The 33rd Annual Tony Awards1979TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Actress & Best Actor in a Musical
The Muppets Go Hollywood1979TV SpecialHimself - Host
The Merv Griffin Show1979TV SeriesHimself
The Mary Tyler Moore Hour1979TV SeriesHimself / Rob Petrie
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1979TV SeriesHimself
The 5th Annual People's Choice Awards1979TV SpecialHimself - Host
Good Morning America1978TV SeriesHimself

Archive Footage

Inside Edition2016TV Series documentaryHimself
Entertainment Tonight2015TV SeriesHimself
Extra2015TV SeriesHimself
The Sixties2014TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself / Rob Petrie
Edición Especial Coleccionista2014TV SeriesBert
Subconscious Password2013ShortHimself (uncredited)
Welcome to the Basement2012TV SeriesBurt
Luke and Joe Get Lost2010Robert 'Rob' Petrie
20 to 12010TV Series documentaryBert / Mr. Dawes Senior
TV's 50 Funniest Catch Phrases2009TV Movie
That Fellow in the Coat2008TV SeriesBert
Premiere Bond: Opening Nights2006Video documentary shortHimself
¿De qué te ríes?2006TV MovieBert
The Award Show Awards Show2003TV Special documentaryHimself
Jack Paar: Smart Television2003TV Movie documentaryHimself
Brilliant But Cancelled2002TV Movie documentary
I Love Christmas2001TV Special documentary
Cubby Broccoli: The Man Behind Bond2000TV Short documentaryCaractacus Potts (uncredited)
Cronkite Remembers1997TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself (on 'The Dick Van Dyke Show') (uncredited)
The Carol Burnett Show: A Reunion1993TV Movie documentaryHimself
The First Annual Comedy Hall of Fame1993TV MovieHimself
Disney Sing-Along-Songs: Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious1990VideoBert
Matlock1990TV SeriesJudge Carter Addison
Disney Sing-Along-Songs: You Can Fly1988Video shortBert
Disney Sing-Along-Songs: Heigh-Ho1987Video shortBert
The Walt Disney Comedy and Magic Revue1985Video shortBert
Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color1979TV SeriesJack Albany
The Walt Disney Story1973Documentary shortBert ('Mary Poppins') (uncredited)

Won Awards

2013Life Achievement AwardScreen Actors Guild Awards
2008Lifetime Achievement AwardNew York International Independent Film & Video FestivalFor film and TV.
2000Life Career AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA
2000OFTA TV Hall of FameOnline Film & Television AssociationActors and Actresses
2000Career Achievement AwardTelevision Critics Association Awards
1998Hollywood Legend AwardGolden Apple Awards
1994Lifetime Achievement Award in ComedyAmerican Comedy Awards, USA
1993Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameTelevisionOn 25 February 1993. At 7021 Hollywood Blvd.
1984Daytime EmmyDaytime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Performer in Children's ProgrammingCBS Library (1979)
1977Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Comedy-Variety or Music SeriesVan Dyke and Company (1976)
1977People's Choice AwardPeople's Choice Awards, USAFavorite Male Performer in a New TV ProgramTied with Robert Conrad
1967Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsMale Comedy PerformanceLt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N. (1966)
1966Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy SeriesThe Dick Van Dyke Show (1961)
1965Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment - Actors and PerformersThe Dick Van Dyke Show (1961)
1965GrammyGrammy AwardsBest Recording for ChildrenMary Poppins (1964)
1964Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Series (Lead)The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961)
1963Golden AppleGolden Apple AwardsMost Cooperative Actor

Nominated Awards

2015Daytime EmmyDaytime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Performer in an Animated ProgramMickey Mouse Clubhouse (2006)
2015OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Guest Actor in a Comedy SeriesThe Middle (2009)
2010Gold Derby TV AwardGold Derby AwardsLife Achievement Award (Performer)
2008Gold Derby TV AwardGold Derby AwardsLifetime Achievement Award (Performer)
2003DVDX AwardDVD Exclusive AwardsBest Audio Commentary (New for DVD)The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961)
1999OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Guest Actor in a Comedy SeriesBecker (1998)
1990Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy SeriesThe Golden Girls (1985)
1977Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Writing in a Comedy-Variety or Music SeriesVan Dyke and Company (1976)
1976Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Writing in a Comedy-Variety or Music SpecialVan Dyke and Company (1975)
1974Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsBest Lead Actor in a DramaThe Morning After (1974)
1972Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest TV Actor - Comedy or MusicalThe New Dick Van Dyke Show (1971)
1970GrammyGrammy AwardsBest Recording for ChildrenChitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968)
1967Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsMale Star14th place.
1966Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsComedy Performance, MaleThe Art of Love (1965)
1965Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Actor - Comedy or MusicalMary Poppins (1964)
1964Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Male New Face4th place.
1963Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Series (Lead)The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961)

2nd Place Awards

1965Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsMusical Performance, MaleMary Poppins (1964)

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