Dale Alan Midkiff (born July 1, 1959) is an American actor.
Midkiff was born in Chance, Maryland, the son of Joyce and Thomas Midkiff. He attended Edgewood High School near Baltimore. His first acting experience came playing Jack in a production of Jack and the Beanstalk for a local children's theater. His later roles were in "The Intruder" and "Room Service." Dale graduated in 1977 and won a drama award from his high school. Midkiff then attended Salisbury University in Maryland, majoring in Communication Arts with a minor in English and Philosophy. Following graduation, he went to New York City where he held various odd jobs, including performing quick change for the showgirls at the Rainbow Grill in Rockefeller Centre.
Midkiff acted in off-Broadway plays like Mark Medoff's "The Wager." His first movie role was in Roger Corman's Streetwalkin' playing a pimp named Duke. Dale's acting was called "grittily impressive" in what some consider a B-movie classic. He has said in interviews...
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Debating Robert Lee is a 2004 independent film, directed by Dan Polier and written by Matthew Klein with Polier. It is centered on a group of dysfunctional teens -- the debate team at a high school in idyllic Palos Verdes, California. Most students on the team are taking debate as an elective needed to graduate, but Robert Lee (played by Dale Midkiff), one of the best debate teachers in the country, believes that they can aspire to more. The movie also stars Daniel Letterle, Kaley Cuoco, Danielle Harris, Billy Kay, Brian Kerwin, Edwin Hodge, Rachel Nichols, and Brad Bufanda....,
Video Voyeur or Video Voyeur: The Susan Wilson Story is a 2002 television drama made by Lifetime Television, directed by Tim Hunter, starring Angie Harmon. It is based on the real-life story of Susan Wilson, a Louisiana woman, who was video taped in her own home by a neighbor. Her case helped make video voyeurism a crime in nine U.S. states. Originally, she had no legal recourse as video voyeurism was not considered by those who wrote previous voyeurism legislation.
Air Bud: World Pup is the third film in the Air Bud series.
Teenager Josh Framm's mother, Jackie, has just married her veterinarian boyfriend, Patrick Sullivan. Josh and his best friend, Tom Stewart, have just made their school's soccer team when their coach reveals that their team will become co-ed. Josh meets Emma, an attractive girl who just moved with her family from England; and not only will she be playing on his soccer team, but she also has a golden retriever named Molly. Molly quickly has puppies with Josh's basketball and football-playing dog, Buddy. Next, it is discovered that Buddy also has the uncanny ability to play soccer. Before the blink of an eye, Buddy has a uniform and is on the roster, leading Josh's soccer team to the state championship. However, trouble occurs when Buddy's newborn puppies are kidnapped by two people who wants to sell them for cash. Josh, Emma, and Andrea look for them and find them eventually. When the crooks are finally caught one of...,
The Crow: Salvation was the third movie based on The Crow comic by James O'Barr. It was directed by Bharat Nalluri and released direct to video in 2000 after its distributor cancelled the intended theatrical release. The original movie gained a cult following while the second (The Crow: City of Angels) was poorly received.
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Three years later, 21-year-old Alex is executed in the electric chair for it. Soon after the execution, Alex is resurrected by a crow, so Alex can clear his name and get revenge.
Alex follows the crow to the Salt Lake City police department's evidence room, where he discovers that Lauren was killed by a group of corrupt cops, and Alex believes that one of the killers had an unusual scar on his arm.
Alex finds the knife that was used on Lauren, then Alex finds Lauren's...,
Pet Sematary (sometimes referred to as Stephen King's Pet Sematary) is a 1989 horror film adaptation of the Stephen King novel of the same name. Directed by Mary Lambert, the film stars Dale Midkiff as Louis Creed, Denise Crosby as Rachel Creed, Blaze Berdahl as Ellie Creed, Miko Hughes as Gage Creed, and Fred Gwynne as Jud Crandall.
Stephen King wrote the screenplay himself, having become frustrated with how his novels were represented in film adaptations, and appears briefly in the film as a minister at a funeral.
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