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Born: July 31st 1951 ~ Barry Van Dyke is an American actor and the second son of actor and entertainer, Dick Van Dyke. He played Detective Steve Sloan in Diagnosis Murder 1993 - 2002.

American actor and son of actor Dick Van Dyke, Barry Van Dyke turns 63 today. He was born in Many will recall him from his co-staring TV role with his dad in the hit TV show Diagnosis Murder.

Barry Van Dyke (born July 31, 1951) is an American actor, dancer, writer and director. - aka Det. Steve Sloan/Diagnosis Murder

Barry Van Dyke (born July is an American actor, dancer, writer and director.

I love Dick Van Dyke. He's an American treasure. Besides being a great comedian he is as sharp as they get. When Cary Grant came backstage to meet him on Broadway Grant rushed passed him as he opened the door and went right to his closet, checking out his wardrobe. Praise indeed!

Dick Van Dyke

Richard "Dick" Van Dyke (born December is an American actor, comedian, writer, singer.

Barry Van Dyke Photos: Hallmark Channel 2006 Summer TCA Party - Inside

Barry Van Dyke Photos Photos: Hallmark Channel 2006 Summer TCA Party - Inside

Barry Van Dyke Photos - Actress Shirley Jones and Actor Barry Van Dyke attend the Hallmark Channel 2006 summer TCA party at the Ritz Carlton on July 2006 in Pasadena,California.

Dick Van Dyke.

Dick Van Dyke

Dick Van Dyke- I am honored to have not only met this man, but performed with him on stage.

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Dick and Barry Van Dyke as a detective and doctor father and son crime solving duo.

barry van dyke - Google Search

barry van dyke - Google Search

Charlie Schlatter Diagnosis Murder photo PDVD_007.jpg

Charlie Schlatter Diagnosis Murder photo PDVD_007.jpg

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