Dale Dymkoski began his acting career studying with Sanford Meisner protégé Richard Pinter in New York City. He made his stage debut as WHITE JOHNNY in Henry Street Settlement’s production of POST TRAUMATIC SLAVE SYNDROME, winning rave reviews in The New York Times and Village Voice. After appearing on LAW & ORDER: SVU in 2003, Dale relocated to Los Angeles.
In 2008, Dale met director Everett Lewis and embarked on a 3-film collaboration, where he began to show his range. He received high praise for his performance as a crystal meth addicted hustler in LUCKY BASTARD, which screened at Outfest in Los Angeles and the Palm Springs Gay & Lesbian Film Festival. Dale then starred as the pansexual lead singer of a ‘70s era glam-rock band in THE PRETTY BOYS. He worked with musicians David and Andrew Williams, writing and performing 4 songs for the film. He next appeared as the duplicitous U.S. government agent COMBS in SOMEFARWHERE, a war thriller shot entirely on location in Jordan.
Dale returned to the stage in 2014 to star in Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati’s production of the award winning play TRIBES. Dale learned sign language and created a speech impediment to perform the role of BILLY, a deaf young man caught between the worlds of his hearing family and newfound deaf community. This challenging role was particularly close to Dale’s heart since he, himself, was born with severe hearing loss and has worn hearing aids since age 3. Dale was thrilled with the opportunity to find new layers in the role with a brand-new cast in 2015 at Vermont Stage in Burlington, Vermont.
Dale took to the standup comedy stage in 2013 and has appeared on the main stage at the Comedy Store and Flappers in Los Angeles. Dale continues to study ASL at Los Angeles Community College. His hobbies include piano, baseball and weightlifting.