Co-starred in the Broadway musical "Bye, Bye Birdie"
Had a short-lived return to TV with "The Van Dyke Show" on CBS
Hosted "The Morning Show" on CBS
Hosted the local TV show "The Music Shop" in Atlanta, GA
Names spokesman for the cable channel Nickelodeon's "Nick at Night" programming
Played Burt the Chimney Sweep opposite Julie Andrews in the family classic "Mary Poppins"
Returned to feature films in a leading role in the disastrous "The Runner Stumbles"
Starred in the short-lived NBC variety series "Van Dyke and Company"
Took a starring role as college professor Dr. Jonathan Maxwell for a series of "Murder 101" mystery films on the Hallmark Channel
Acted opposite Ben Stiller in the action-adventure-comedy "Night at the Museum"
Made Broadway debut in "The Girls Against the Boys"
Made film debut in the film version of "Bye, Bye Birdie"
Married his wife Marjorie on the radio show "Bride and Groom" in order to afford a ring and a honeymoon
Served with the U.S. Air Force during World War II
Acted in first TV-movie, "The Morning After" (ABC)
Re-teamed with Ben Stiller for the sequel "Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian"
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Took on a villainous turn as the crooked D.A Fletcher in Warren Beatty's movie "Dick Tracy"
Toured with the nightclub act The Merry Mutes and as half of 'Eric and Van' with friend Philip Erickson
Voiced Mr. Bloomsberry in "Curious George," the big screen version of the popular children's books
Was a regular on ABC's "The Andy Williams Show"
First played Dr. Mark Sloan in the TV-movie "Diagnosis Murder" (CBS); later made two follow-up movies before reprising the role on a weekly series; also executive produced the series
First TV miniseries, Arthur Hailey's "Strong Medicine"
Guest starred on NBC's hit sitcom "The Golden Girls" as Dorothy's (Bea Arthur's) beau; earned an Emmy nomination
Hosted "CBS Cartoon Theatre"
Joined the final season of "The Carol Burnett Show" (CBS) as a regular
Revised his role as Rob Petrie in "The Dick Van Dyke Show Revisited" (CBS), a television special which brought together the old cast of the 1960s hit show
Starred as Dick Preston on the CBS comedy, "The New Dick Van Dyke Show"
Starred as Rob Petrie, the head writer of a comedy variety show filmed in Manhattan, on the CBS sitcom "The Dick Van Dyke Show"
Starred on Broadway in a short-lived revival of the musical "The Music Man"
Cast as a wacky professor in the musical comedy "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang"