Dale Midkiff attended Edgewood high school and Salisbury University in Salisbury, Maryland, before moving to New York to work as a waiter while pursuing his acting career. His breakthrough role was when he landed the role of Elvis in the made-for-TV movie Elvis and Me (1988) (TV). He later starred in Pet Sematary (1989) with Fred Gwynne and Love Potion No. 9 (1992) with Sandra Bullock. He was also the lead in 'Time Trax', which he shot for two years in Surfers Paradise, Australia. Midkiff played Buck Wilmington in the CBS series 'The Magnificent Seven' with Michael Bien, Eric Close and Ron Perlman. He has portrayed Clark Davis in 'Love Comes Softly', winning a Camie award and the Grace award for his performance.
He has a home in Los Angeles and Chance, Maryland.
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He has three children: Cole, Eliza Rose and Ava Marie.
He is the second of 8 children: six brothers and one sister. His parents are Jean and Thomas Midkiff.
Has a nephew named Alex.
The only actor of the cast to star in all six installments of Janette Oke's books turned movies "Love" series ("Love Comes Softly", "Love's Enduring Promise", "Love's Long Journey", "Love's Abiding Joy", "Love's Unending Legacy", "Love's Unfolding Dream").
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