Dale Midkiff is an actor who can boast of climbing the acting ladder. Since his early days in New York, he has struggled to get roles as an accomplished actor in Hollywood. Dale has carved out a niche for himself in the industry.
Dale Midkiff was born on July 1, 1959, in Chance, Maryland. Dale Midkiff attended Edgewood High School in Maryland. He gained his first acting experience in a local children’s theater, where he played Jack in a Jack and the Beanstalk production.
As a high school student, his acting abilities were never questioned; he performed in school theater and stage productions and received awards on the side. After high school in 1977, Dale went to the University of Salisbury in Salisbury, Maryland, where he studied communication arts with a focus on English and philosophy.
After college, Dale moved to New York to realize his dream of becoming an actor. While looking for acting opportunities, he had to work as a waiter in a local bar to pick up his basic bills.
The first acting job he got was the role of John Ross “Jock” in Ewing in Dallas: The Early Days. After this impressive performance, he got a role as Elvis Presley in the four-hour mini-series Elvis and Me. This was followed by Dream Street, a series set in New Jersey.
Dale was eager to show that his skills were not only suited for film roles when he appeared as Gil Eaton in the television production “Plymouth”. Although the series was not taken over by ABC, Midkiff slowly made a name for himself. He also starred in Toothless, a Disney film production in which he portrayed Thomas Jameson and played alongside Kristie Alley.
Dale also appeared in the 22 episodes of the television series The Magnificent Seven, in collaboration with Michael Biehn, Eric Close, and Andrew Kavovit. He then starred in Another Woman’s Husband, a television movie based on “Swimming Lessons” by Lynne Hugo and Anna Tuttle Villegas.
He starred as Dr. Lucas Thorp in “Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane” and as Gary Wilson in “Video Voyeur”: The Susan Wilson Story, A Cry for Help: The Tracey Thurman Story, Loves Lasting Joy, A Burning Passion: The Story of Margaret Mitchell, Maximum Velocity, Nancy Drew, Back to You and Me.
Dale’s dropped off the face of the earth due to his lack of exposure to social media. He has no Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook account.
Dale Midkiff is a devout family man. He was married to Joan O’Connor. The couple met in 1997, and after two months together, romance blossomed and they got married. They were married on March 22, 1997. Dale and Joan O’Connor are blessed with three children: Cole, Eliza Rose, and Ava Marie.
Dale Midkiff comes from a fairly large family; he is the second in a family of eight. He has six brothers and one sister. His mother is Joyce Midkiff and his father Thomas Midkiff.
Dale has starred in many successful film productions; he played the role of Buck Wilmington in the film series The Magnificent Seven. He has also starred in Dream street (where he played Denis DeBeau), Streetwalkin’, Falcon Down, The Crow: Salvation, Debating Robert Lee, Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane, Love Potion No. 9, The Client, Castle. He was in “Love’s Unending Legacy” and portrayed Clark Davis.
Dale was awarded four “Character and Morality in Entertainment” prizes and a MovieGuide Award.
Dale Midkiff’s versatility shone when he starred in the horror movie Pet Sematary, a film adaptation of Stephen King’s novel Pet Sematary. Although the film received negative reviews, it turned out to be a huge commercial success, earning over $57.5 million at the box office.
Midkiff appeared in episodes of the television series The Outer Limits, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Without a Trace, Crossing Jordan, CSI: Miami, Dexter, Criminal Minds, and many others. All these efforts and more have earned him an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Dale Midkiff Height
Dale has an impressive physique for his age. He stands at 6 feet 2 inches.