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  1. Barry Van Dyke is the second son of legendary entertainer, Dick Van Dyke. He has one older brother, Christian Van Dyke , and two younger sisters, Stacy Van Dyke and Carrie Beth van Dyke . Barry's TV debut was as "Florian", a violin-toting nine-year-old in The Dick Van Dyke Show: The Talented Neighborhood (1962) episode of the classic The Dick ...

  2. Biography. Van Dyke was born in Mora, Missouri. He lived in Spencer, Wisconsin, and graduated from the University of Missouri majoring in agricultural journalism. He was catapulted into country music fame in 1956 with his composition "The Auctioneer", co-written with Buddy Black, which sold over 2.5 million records.

  3. Barry Van Dyke, Actor: Diagnosis Murder. Barry Van Dyke is the second son of legendary entertainer, Dick Van Dyke. He has one older brother, Christian Van Dyke, and two younger sisters, Stacy Van Dyke and Carrie Beth van Dyke. Barry's TV debut was as "Florian", a violin-toting nine-year-old in The Dick Van Dyke Show: The Talented Neighborhood (1962) episode of the classic The Dick Van ...

  4. May 29, 2022 · Dick Van Dyke With Wife Arlene Silver. Dick Van Dyke was first married to Margie Willett, who was on the radio show Bride and Groom. The couple was the parents of four children, Christian, Stacy, Barry, and Carrie Beth.

  5. May 31, 2022 · Dick Van Dyke had 2 longtime relationships before meeting Arlene Silver. ... Stacy and Carrie Beth. Van Dyke and Willett separated in the late 1970s after Van Dyke had an affair with his agent’s ...

  6. Feb 20, 2022 · Dick Van Dyke married first wife Margie Willett in 1948 on a radio show "Bride and Groom," they had 4 ... Christian, Barry, Stacy and Carrie. According to CheatSheet, their sons were born in ...

  7. May 21, 2022 · Van Dyke is also known for starring in The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961-66), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968), and Mary Poppins Returns (2018). On Valentine's Day, the pair performed an energetic cover of the song "Everybody Loves a Lover," popularized by Doris Day in 1958, alongside barbershop trio the Vantastix and trumpet player Tony Guerrero.

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