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Dale Midkiff
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Actor
    (July 1, 1959- )
    Born in Chance, Maryland
    Birth name is Dale Alan Midkiff
    First gained attention as Elvis Presley, in the four-hour mini-series, 'Elvis and Me' (1986)
    Portrayed the time-traveling Fugitive Retrieval cop, Captain Darien Lambert, in the 'Time Trax' series (1993-1994)
    Also starred in the short-lived series, 'Dream Street' and 'The Magnificent Seven'
    Best known as Louis Creed in horror cult classic 'Pet Semetary' (1989)
    Also acted in films 'Nightmare Weekend,' 'Vigilante Cop,' 'Love Potion No. 9,' 'A Cry for Help,' 'Toothless,' 'Air Bud: World Pup,' 'A Burning Passion,' and 'Falcon Down'
    His singing voice was dubbed as Elvis.
    He never met his potential as a leading man.
    He sometimes sports a 'hung-over' look in his movies.
    He would be perfect to portray John Edwards in a 'Game Change' remake.
    He is the Walter Pidgeon of schmaltzy Hallmark Channel original movies.
    Specifically, starring in the syrupy Little House knockoff, the 'Love Comes Softly' films.
    He tends to address his female fans as 'honey' (although most of them don't seem to mind).
    His opening scene in 'Pet Semetary' tends to royally piss off moviegoers who can't seriously believe than any self-respecting father would seriously be so dense as to allow his year-old kid to run headlong into the path of an oncoming truck (and then trip trying to pull him off the road).
    He looks like a cleaned up Blake Shelton .
    He is one in a family of eight kids.
    He credits his family with allowing him to pursue his dream of being an actor, despite initially not being 100% on board.
    One of his first jobs in entertainment was as a quick change for the showgirls at the Rainbow Grill in Rockefeller Center.
    He made a very strong impression in his film debut, Roger Corman's 'Streetwalkin,' in which he won critical praise for playing a pimp with gritty realism.
    He won a 2004 Grace Award for Most Inspirational Television Acting in 'Love Comes Softly.'
    He won three Carnie Awards for his work on the 'Love Comes Softly' installments (2003, 2005, and 2008).
    He tends to prefer less ambitious, but more wholesome, family-oriented projects.
    He is the only cast member to star in all six installments of Janette Oke's 'Love Comes Softly' series.
    He tends to play likable characters, but was convincing as an abusive husband in 'Cry for Help: The Tracey Thurman Story.'
    He's known for engaging with his fans; regularly frequenting Comic-Con conventions, frequently participating in panels with his 'Semetary' co-stars.

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