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Barry Van Dyke

Full / Real Name: Barry Wayne Van Dyke
Born: 31 July 1951 (70 years old)
Gender: Male

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Barry Van Dyke is an American actor best known for his role as Mark Sloan's (played by Dick Van Dyke) fictional son and police officer partner, Lieutenant Detective Steve Sloan, on the television series Diagnosis: Murder, from 1993-2001.

He is the second son of actor and entertainer Dick Van Dyke.






Television Roles

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Character

St. John Hawke

Detective Steve Sloan

Detective Steve Sloan

Detective Steve Sloan

Detective Steve Sloan

Detective Steve Sloan

Detective Steve Sloan

Detective Steve Sloan

Detective Steve Sloan

Lieutenant Dillon

Duke Davis

Creighton Phillips

George Collins

Dr. Brian Lefcourt

Brock Curtis




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