Barry Van Dyke
American actor
Barry Van Dyke
Barry Van Dyke is an American actor and the second son of actor and entertainer, Dick Van Dyke, and nephew of Jerry Van Dyke. He has one older brother, Christian, and two younger sisters, Stacy and Carrie Beth. He is best known to audiences as Mark Sloan's (played by Dick Van Dyke) fictional son and police officer partner, Lieutenant Detective Steve Sloan, on Diagnosis: Murder, in which fictional relatives were typically played by real-life ones.
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Show for artist Larry Dyke opens Saturday
Houston Chronicle - over 4 years
Artworks of Larry Dyke, hosted by the Sallie Fisher Custom Frame & Art Gallery of Tomball, runs from 1-5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15.
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Risky Investments in a Market Full of Conmen
The Daily Reckoning - almost 5 years
Dow up more than 100 points yesterday. Gold up $18. Google…Apple…what more do you need to know? “Blah, blah, blah…don’t you feel you’re wasting your time?” Our friend was being sympathetic. She gave us a look of pity, tightly controlling her face muscles; as if it might slide into contempt at any moment. After spending so much time with rocks, dirt, cement…cattle, grapes…doing such real things, we admitted that writing about economics and finance seemed a little light. As if there is nothing real there. “I mean, you were building things…changing the landscape…and improving people’s lives. Putting water in their houses…digging reservoirs…setting up solar power systems.” Yes, it was true. There is the world of real things…real work and real results. And there is a whole phony world of economists…commentators…speculators…blowhards and show-offs…hustlers and conmen…fools and knaves. Wall Street…and its victims. But while the real world is more satisfying…the phony world makes u ...
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Keith Coogan of "The Fox and the Hound" recalls his days at Disney Studios - Jim Hill Media.com (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
"On that show, I wound up working with Barry Van Dyke. Who played Mr. Donovan, the gambler that Bill Bixby originally played in the first 'Apple Dumpling' movie," Keith stated. "Now what was kind of interesting about that was - previous to 'Gun Shy'
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OFFBEAT: Competing Orville Redenbacher books promise corny cover-to-cover ... - nwitimes.com
Google News - over 5 years
Actor Barry Van Dyke ("Diagnosis Murder") is 60. Actor/politician Alan Autry ("In the Heat of the Night," Mayor of Fresno, Calif.) is 59. Actor James Read ("North and South," "Remington Steele") is 58. Actor Michael Biehn is 55
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Phone Hacking: The Movie - The Caledonian Mercury
Google News - over 5 years
In the absence of Inspector Clouseau, send for Barry Van Dyke from Diagnosis Murder. A wiry, aged actor is required to play the Guardian's intrepid phone-hacking correspondent Nick Davies. The obvious man for the role: Malcolm McDowell
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Television movies for the week of June 26 - Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
Barry Van Dyke. Seeking revenge for the death of her family, a girl learns how to become a gunfighter. (R) (1:40) TMC: Fri. 11:30 PM (CC) • 16 Wishes '10. Debby Ryan. The wishes of a teenager magically come true on her 16th birthday
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Expert na vraždu: Zločin na fakultě - České noviny
Google News - almost 6 years
Hrají: Dick Van Dyke (Dr. Jonathan Maxwell), Barry Van Dyke (Mike Bryant), Kimberly Quinn (Kelly Fogelle), Stephanie Venditto (Camille Brewster), Sarah Jones (Danya Rosovitch), Alex Hyde-White (Archer Coe), Molly Hagan (Hilda Lake), Whip Hubley (Stuart
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Expert na vraždu: Poslední dostih - České noviny
Google News - almost 6 years
Hrají: Dick Van Dyke (Dr. Jonathan Maxwell), Barry Van Dyke (Mike Bryant), Shane Van Dyke (Ben Manners), Stacy Edwards (Diana Brawley), Ray Abruzzo (Bernard Alger), Brad Beyer (Jake Brawley), Ralph Waite (Jacob Brawley), Erica Gimpel (Joanne Matterson)
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ON THE SET WITH Dick Van Dyke; All the Way From Rob Petrie And Back Again
NYTimes - over 24 years
DICK VAN DYKE, famous long ago in sitcom black-and-white, still looks limber in real-life color. Killing time on a stultifyingly humid Hollywood sound stage, the 67-year-old comedian is cracking up the crew between takes with the same kind of Silly Putty faces and Gumby-limbed contortions that made "The Dick Van Dyke Show," its last episode shot
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Review/Television; 3 New Series Are Having Premieres
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: Don't despair. There will indeed be a new television season, giving all television watchers their annual opportunity to moan about how everything is even more dreadful than expected. Postponed by the writers' strike, the new series are slowly surfacing. This evening, three are on tap: ''The Van Dyke Show'' at 8 o'clock and Mary Tyler Moore's
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STARTING OVER: TV'S GRANT TINKER
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: INSIDE BUNGALOW I, AT HIS NEW headquarters in Culver City, Calif., Grant Tinker is taking a meeting. Right on the stroke of 10:30 A.M., an anxious writer, his agent at his heels, arrives to pitch a half-hour comedy series. INSIDE BUNGALOW I, AT HIS NEW headquarters in Culver City, Calif., Grant Tinker is taking a meeting. Right on the stroke
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