DALE DICKEY has been in over a dozen feature films including Clint Eastwood's CHANGELING, THE PLEDGE directed by Sean Penn, DOMINO directed by Tony Scott and A PERFECT GETAWAY directed by David Twohy. She has worked on a long string of independent films including THE YELLOW WALLPAPER, LEAVING BARSTOW, TRAILER PARK OF TERROR, TAKE, NICHTS ALS GESPENSTER, and OUR VERY OWN. She is familiar to television audiences for her recurring role as 'Patty, the daytime hooker' on My Name is Earl, and has also recurred on Breaking Bad (as 'the skank' Mrs. Spooge), Sordid Lives (opposite Olivia Newton-John) and as 'Opal McHone' in Christy (with Tyne Daly). Dale has had numerous guest star roles including: Bones, Life, The Closer, Cold Case, ugly Betty, ER, Gilmore Girls, Numbers, CSI, Frasier, City of Angels and The X-Files.
A veteran of the stage, she began her career in New York City. Her work on Broadway includes "The Merchant of Venice" with Dustin Hoffman (directed by Sir Peter Hall) and extensive work with the Signature Theatre Company, Playwrights Horizons, and Manhattan Punch Line's Improv Theatre. Regional theatre credits include 3 seasons developing new works for the stage at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center in CT., "Appalachian Strings" (Denver Center Theatre), "To Kill a Mockingbird" (PaperMill Playhouse), "Steel Magnolias" (Chicago's Royal George Theatre), "Brilliant Traces" (Hartford TheatreWorks), and starring roles in "A Streetcar named Desire", "The Rainmaker" and "Our Country's Good" (all with the Clarence Brown Theatre).
Dale now resides in Los Angeles, where she continues her work on the stage, and has won two L.A. Ovation Awards for her work in Del Shores' "The Trials and Tribulations of a Trailer Trash Housewife (with Beth Grant), and "Southern Baptist Sissies (with Leslie Jordan). She was born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee.
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