Dick Van Dyke began his career as a radio announcer in the United States Army Air Corps during World War II and later served as an entertainer in the ''Special Services''.
Later, Van took his first step in the television industry through the television show, The Morning Show as a host; however, he came into the limelight, after appearing in an American television sitcom, ''The Dick Van Dyke Show''.
Following this Dick Van Dyke appeared in numerous television series like The Golden Girls, Jace, and the Fatman, Diagnosis; Murder, Coach, Becker, Scrubs, The Doctors, Brody Stevens; Enjoy it, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, The Middle and much more.
Similarly, Dick featured in numerous movies including, The Art of Love, Never a Dull Moment, The Comic, Cold Turkey, Dick Tracy, Batman; New Times, Night at the Museum, Night at the Museum; Secret of the Tomb, Merry Xmas and so on.
From his career, Dick was honored with several awards such as Tony Awards, Grammy Award, Emmy Award, People's Choice Award, American Comedy Awards and much more.
Besides, Van released his several albums including, Bye Bye Birdie, Mary Poppins, Put on a Haooy Face, Step, We're Going Caroling and so on. Along with this, Van published his several books such as ''Van Dyke, Dick'' and much more.
Talking about his personal life, Dick Van married his girlfriend, Marjorie Willett on February 12, 1948. From their relationship, the couple gave birth to their four children, Barry, Stacy, Carrie Beth, and Christian Van; however, the couple divorced after 36 years of their marital relationship.
Then after, Dick van is married to his wife Arlene Silver after dating a couple of years. Besides, Dick involved in a love affair with Michelle Triola, an American actress.
Dick Van Dyke belongs to the white ethnicity and holds an American nationality. As of 2017, Dick has a net worth of $30 million.