Incredible footage has proven the iconic movie star is showing no signs of slowing down...
DIck Van Dyke is a true icon.
Born December 13, 1925, his career has spanned more than seven decades.
He rose to fame on Broadway.
But eventually got his own CBS show, The DIck Van Dyke Show, which ran from 1961 to 1966.
You may also know him from his incredible movie roles.
Van Dyke was the star of classics like Mary Poppins and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
His accolades speak for themselves.
He's received five Primetime Emmys, a Tony, and a Grammy Award, and was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame in 1995.
He received the Screen Actors Guild's highest honor, the SAG Life Achievement Award, in 2013 ...
And even has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7021 Hollywood Boulevard.
Since his early movies, Van Dyke has continued to have a prolific career.
More recently, he's had roles in Night at the Museum in 2006, and Mary Poppins Returns in 2018.
Van Dyke has had 3 wives and has 4 children.
He also has 7 grandchildren!
And in spite of his advancing age, it seems Van Dyke has no intention of slowing down.
In a new interview with CBS This Morning, the 95-year-old movie star opened up about the ageing process...
And he believes staying active is absolutely key.
Promising the world he's "still dancing." Well, we wouldn't expect anything less!
He also has an intense fitness regimen.
Which he proudly demonstrated on the show.
He began by showing off his sit-up prowess.
""I'm 95, and a lot of my friends won't do these," he says.
"So all you old guys out there, listen to me, I'm telling you: You can keep going."
"I'm still dancing! And singing!"
And he puts his money where his mouth is, doing an intricate routine in Mary Poppins Returns.
Van Dyke claims he was given "three versions and I took the hardest one. I had to prove I could do it."
He also opened up about his hopes for the future.
"I'm looking forward to 100," he says.
"George Burns made it, and I'm gonna do it too!"
In the past, Van Dyke had had less of a positive attitude to getting older, however.
2015 NPR interview, the star opened up about "giving up the things that you enjoy doing."
"I can't handle the tennis court anymore. I can still run and dance and sing."
He also offered some more philosophical perspectives.
"You know, I made a habit of asking other people in their old age: of all the things you enjoyed doing when you were younger that you can't anymore, what do you miss?"
"Some people mention golf or tennis. One woman said, 'I miss having lunch with the girls.'"
"But the people who said I wish I had made smarter business decisions, I think they're missing the point."
So, what's the meaning of life?
"The point is to enjoy," thinks Van Dyke.
"You have to pick what you enjoy doing, what fulfills you, what interests you."
"And I realize that's not possible for a lot of people. As Thoreau said, a lot of people are living lives of quiet desperation."
"But almost anyone can find that one immersing hobby or pastime that they love to do."
Watch his incredible workout below.
At 95 years old #DickVanDyke is still kicking — literally.— CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) June 1, 2021
The Kennedy Center Honoree showed us his daily workout routine, which he says keeps him dancing and singing.
See his conversation with @AnthonyMasonCBS Tuesday on @CBSThisMorning. #KennedyCenterHonors @KenCen pic.twitter.com/K1f2QHVyGt
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