While shopping with his wife Arlene Silver on Monday in Malibu, California, Dick Van Dyke used a golf cart.
The 96-year-old television icon was riding shotgun in the cart with Arlene, 51, and was dressed in a light blue sweater, dark slacks, and black slippers.
After giving away money to job searchers and donating red plaid winter coats to the less fortunate in Malibu earlier this month, Dick appeared to have a left eye infection and an inflamed red lower eyelid.
In February 2012, the star of The Dick Van Dyke Show wed Arlene, his former makeup artist, who was 40 years his junior. Van Dyke has had a successful, award-winning career in cinema, television, and theater spanning seven decades.
For his performance as Albert Peterson in the Broadway production of Bye Bye Birdie, which debuted in April 1960, he was honored with a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical.
Carrie, Christian, Stacy, and Barry were their four children; they were married to Margie Willett from 1948 to 1984.
Diagnosis Murder, a comedy medical crime drama that aired on CBS from 1993 to 2001, stars Barry, 71, with his father