Dale, Alan 1947–
DALE, Alan 1947–
Born May 6, 1947, in Dunedin, New Zealand; married Claire (divorced, c. 1979); married Tracey Dale, April 8, 1990; children: Matthew (an actor, writer, and film-maker), Simon (a radio announcer), Nicholas. Education: Studied law. Avocational Interests: Car racing, vintage cars.
Addresses: Contact— Mitchell K. Stubbs & Associates, 1450 South Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035.
Career: Actor. Worked as a voice–over artist. Worked as a salesperson, milk delivery person, and in other positions.
Television Appearances; Series:
Dr. John Forrest, The Young Doctors, Nine Network, 1979–1982.
Jim Robinson, Neighbours, Seven Network and Ten Network, 1985–1993.
Richard Issacs, Janus, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 1994—.
Senior sergeant Mitch Mitchell, Plainclothes, TVNZ, 1995—.
Space: Above and Beyond, Fox, 1995—.
Police minister (some sources cite attorney general) Dudley Mills, State Coroner, Ten Network, 1997–1998.
Vice president Jim Prescott, a recurring role, 24, Fox, 2003—.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Caleb, First Daughter, TBS, 1999.
Icore (explorer dolphin), Alien Cargo, UPN, 1999.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Mr. Bergdorf, "The Crash," Time Trax, syndicated, 1994.
Dave, "Dick on the Line," Frontline, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 1997.
Rod Wright, "Off the Air," Blue Heelers, 1997.
"U–Boat," Flipper (also known as Flipper: The New Adventures ), syndicated, 1998.
Al Patterson, "The Dance We Do" (also known as "Rapid Cycling"), ER (also known as Emergency Room ), NBC, 2000.
Al Patterson, "The Greatest of Gifts," ER (also known as Emergency Room ), NBC, 2000.
Al Patterson, "The Visit" (also known as "I Loved You, God, How I Loved You"), ER (also known as Emergency Room ), NBC, 2000.
Al Patterson, "Rock, Paper, Scissors," ER (also known as Emergency Room ), NBC, 2001.
Bruce Frohman, "Loving Sons," Philly, ABC, 2001.
Michael Wilhelm, "Eine Kleine Frohike," The Lone Gunmen, Fox, 2001.
Judge Robert Brenford, "The Good Fight," The Practice, ABC, 2002.
Judge Robert Brenford, "Silent Partners," The Practice, ABC, 2002.
Mitch Bryce, "20 Hours in America: Part 1," The West Wing, NBC, 2002.
Toothpick man, "Provenance," The X–Files, Fox, 2002.
Toothpick man, "Providence," The X–Files, Fox, 2002.
Toothpick man, "The Truth: Part 1," The X–Files, Fox, 2002.
"Soldier Boy," American Dreams, NBC, 2002.
Himself, Pure 24 (two episodes), BBC–3, 2003.
Caleb Nichol, "The Girlfriend," The O.C., Fox, 2003.
Caleb Nichol, "The Perfect Couple," The O.C., Fox, 2003.
Canadian consulate, "Blood Brothers," CSI: Miami, CBS, 2003.
Mitch Bryce, "Twenty–Five," The West Wing, NBC, 2003.
Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) director, "Ice Queen," JAG, CBS, 2003.
Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) director, "Meltdown," JAG, CBS, 2003.
Television Appearances; Pilots:
Colonial governor Borman, Space: Above and Beyond, Fox, 1995.
Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) director Tom Morrow, "Yankee White," Navy NCIS, CBS, 2003.
Television Appearances; Other:
Dave Marshall, The Far Country (miniseries; also known as Nevil Shute's The Far Country ), Seven Network and BBC, 1986.
24: Access All Areas (documentary special), BBC, 2003.
Evans, Houseboat Horror, AME Video, 1989.
Uncle Joe, Playing Mona Lisa, Buena Vista, 2000.
George, Rent Control, Capital Arts, 2002.
Praetor Hiren, Star Trek: Nemesis, Paramount, 2002.
Commander Preston, Hollywood Homicide (also known as Two Cops ), Columbia, 2003.
Richard Knowles, The Extreme Team (also known as The X–Team ), Buena Vista, 2003.
Appeared in stage productions.
Presenter and deejay for radio programs in New Zealand.
X–Men: Next Dimension, Activision, 2002.
Manchester Evening News, May 9, 1988.
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