Dick Van Dyke

CelebritiesHollywood Reporter

Dick Van Dyke

Norman S. Powell, Emmy-Nominated Producer and Veteran CBS Exec, Dies at 86. Norman S. Powell, the two-time Emmy-nominated producer who worked on such series as The New Dick Van Dyke Show and 24 and, as a longtime CBS executive, greenlighted a pilot for Cagney & Lacey…. Mel Brooks, Dick Van...
CelebritiesSocial News XYZ

Dick Van Dyke, 95, looks forward to turning 100

Los Angeles, June 20 (SocialNews.XYZ) Actor Dick Van Dyke, 95, is determined to make it to his milestone birthday in 2025. "The point is to enjoy. I'm looking forward to 100. George Burns made it and I'm gonna do it too!" Van Dyke told Closer US magazine.
Picture for Dick Van Dyke, 95, looks forward to turning 100
RELATED CHANNELS
TV SeriesPosted by
Outsider.com

Dick Van Dyke Once Starred in a Quirky Sitcom Pilot That Never Aired: Watch the Funny Trailer

Even iconic figures like Dick Van Dyke get turned down throughout their career. It’s all part of reaching iconic stardom, apparently. Dick Van Dyke is most known for his CBS sitcom, “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” which was from 1961 to 1966. The entertainer was also a major hit in different musical films like “Mary Poppins,” “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,” and “Bye Bye Birdie.”
Celebritiesgoodhousekeeping.com

Fans Got Super Emotional at Julie Andrews’s Kennedy Center Honors Tribute to Dick Van Dyke

Julie Andrews's heartfelt speech about Dick Van Dyke on Sunday took viewers down memory lane in the best way possible. At the 43rd annual Kennedy Center Honors in Washington D.C., which was pre-taped and broadcasted on CBS last night, Dick's lifelong work in the arts was celebrated, along with fellow honorees Debbie Allen, Joan Baez, Garth Brooks and Midori. As part of that celebration, Julie, 85, was asked to talk about her Mary Poppins costar's impressive career.
CelebritiesTODAY.com

Julie Andrews honors Dick Van Dyke at Kennedy Center Honors

We found everything that's trending in summer fashion — for $40 or less. Debbie Allen, Garth Brooks, Joan Baez, violinist Midori Goto and Dick Van Dyke were honored at the Kennedy Center Honors Sunday night. Highlights included Julie Andrews’ tribute to Van Dyke, her “Mary Poppins” costar.
RELATED PEOPLE
CelebritiesEW.com

43rd Kennedy Center Honors: Dick Van Dyke, Joan Baez, and performing in hallways

Canceled entirely in 2020 by the pandemic, this year's rescheduled Kennedy Center Honors sprang up like patches of wildflowers all over the campus of the storied Washington D.C. performing arts center. Typically, the ceremony is a prestigious single-night gala saluting its chosen roster of achievers — in this case Garth Brooks, Joan Baez, Dick Van Dyke, Debbie Allen, and Midori — before a black-tie crowd of luminaries, lawmakers and, until recent years, the President and First Lady.
RELATED PUBLISHERS
CelebritiesPosted by
The Independent

Dick Van Dyke in great shape at 95 as he shares his workout routine

Acting and performing legend Dick Van Dyke has shown everyone how he stays fit and healthy at the age of 95.During an interview with CBS This Morning, the actor shared his workout routine from his home in Malibu, California.Sitting on the ground in his garden, Van Dyke demonstrated how he does an ab workout with the use of exercise equipment, saying, “I’m 95 and a lot of my friends won’t do these”.While doing sit-ups, the 95-year-old explained: “The stomach is the core of your whole body. If your stomach’s strong, you’re in good shape.”The actor revealed that his workout routine...
CelebritiesTODAY.com

Dick Van Dyke reveals his favorite performances from legendary 80-year career

In a legendary career spanning nearly 80 years, Dick Van Dyke says one five-year span stands out above them all. The 95-year-old television and film star reminisced with Al Roker on the 3rd hour of TODAY Wednesday about his favorite performances over the years after being selected as one of five honorees at this year's prestigious Kennedy Center Honors for his lifetime contributions to American culture.
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE