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Mary Sean Young (b. November 20, 1959) is an American actress. Young was often remembered as much for her off-screen actions as for her on-screen acting. Her credits include Blade Runner (credited as Sean Young), Dune, Wall Street, and No Way Out. She was initially cast as Vicky Vale in Batman, but was forced to withdraw due to an injury.
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She was initially cast as Vicky Vale in Batman, but was forced to withdraw due to an injury. Van Dyke received a Grammy Award for his performance on the soundtrack to Mary Poppins. Her credits include Blade Runner (credited as Sean Young), Dune, Wall Street, and No Way Out. Dick's son Barry Van Dyke and grandson Carry Van Dyke are also actors: both Barry and Carry acted with Dick on Diagnosis: Murder. Young was often remembered as much for her off-screen actions as for her on-screen acting. Dick Van Dyke is the brother of actor Jerry Van Dyke. November 20, 1959) is an American actress. He created many of the 3D rendered effects shown in Diagnosis: Murder himself, and continues to work with LightWave 3D.
Mary Sean Young (b. One of Van Dyke's modern passions is producing 3D computer graphics. His career seemed essentially over by 1990 when Van Dyke, whose usual role had been the amiable hero, took a villainous turn in Dick Tracy. He received positive reviews that led him to star in a series of TV movies on CBS that became the foundation for his popular television drama, Diagnosis: Murder, which ran from 1993 to 2001. It was at this time that Van Dyke admitted he had recently overcome a real-life drinking problem. The final scene in particular is regarded by many as chilling and unforgettable.
Regarded by many as the most realistic television film ever made dealing with alcoholism, it is sometimes shown at treatment centers. Van Dyke received wide acclaim and an Emmy nomination. In 1974, however Van Dyke surprised everyone by appearing in his first dramatic role, as an alcoholic businessman in The Morning After. After the mid-1960s, Van Dyke was in a number of relatively unsuccessful movies (though one, a children's film called Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, is still well-known, especially with the recent stage musical).
He said Laurel only laughed and said "I've noticed that". He once met Laurel and told him he had copied a great deal from him. Dick Van Dyke was a great admirer of Stan Laurel and even gave the eulogy at his funeral. Van Dyke's attempt at a Cockney accent was widely ridiculed (especially in the UK), but the film also showed his versatility as a singer and dancer.
He slowly transitioned out of television into movie acting in Bye Bye, Birdie (1963), What a Way to Go! (1964) and, most notably, Walt Disney's Mary Poppins (1964), in which he played Bert, a Cockney chimney sweep, and also played, in heavy disguise, the elderly owner of the bank. He then starred in his own sitcom, The Dick Van Dyke Show, which ran for five seasons – in the lead role of Rob Petrie, Van Dyke won three Emmy Awards. Van Dyke's first major role was on stage in Bye Bye Birdie in 1960, for which he won a Tony Award. He is most famous for his starring roles on The Dick Van Dyke Show (with Mary Tyler Moore) in the 1960s and Diagnosis: Murder in the 1990s.
December 13, 1925 in West Plains, Missouri), usually credited as Dick Van Dyke, is a noted American television and movie actor. Richard Wayne Van Dyke (b.