Dick Van Dyke and Jane Seymour go out to celebrate Halloween
It’s been a Halloween full of “fun and scares” for Dick Van Dyke and Jane Seymour!
The 72-year-old actress gave a glimpse into how she spent the spooky holiday by sharing a photo with the legendary actor, 97, in an Instagram post on Wednesday.
“Ghosts and ghouls are saying goodbye, 👻 The fun and scares are now over with @official_dick_van_dyke, @amy_manford and @williamjosephmusic, Halloween joy is flying, 🧹 Until next year, it’s time to fly under the radar! 💨 ,” Seymour wrote in the caption.
The photo showed the duo who starred in 2018 Buttons: A Christmas Tale TOGETHER – smiling big as they posed for the festive photo with stage star Amy Manford and musician William Joseph.
Joseph, 43, shared the same photo on his Instagram account and expressed, “Dick Van Dyke sure knows how to throw a Halloween party!” The post contained clips of the party’s decor that included a giant cartoon Grim Reaper and a life-sized mummy.
Manford, 29, gave a look inside the party on her Instagram account, writing: “Now this is what I call a street party.”
After also sharing the group photo on her Instagram account, she wrote: “I’ll leave this here 🤯.”
Van Dyke is someone who appreciates a fun outfit. The acting legend played the role of a gnome in the ninth season of The Masked Singer. Although it was revealed during the series’ first episode in February, he opened up about his experience in a conversation with PEOPLE.
“From the time I got out of the car, my head was covered, so I never saw anyone. I wanted to go back and meet them in person because I had never been able to meet anyone. They drove me around so I couldn’t see anyone.” “I fell,” he said. “But I was blindfolded the whole time.”
The fact that the judges initially thought it could be Robert De Niro or Dustin Hoffman before he revealed his identity made the experience even better.
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“I had never seen the show when they asked me,” he said. “So I checked it out, and it looked like a lot of fun. I was sure they wouldn’t be able to guess who I was. And I was right.”