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Birthday: March 1, 1947
Place: Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada
Height: 6' 2"
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| After abandoning plans to be either a minister or a doctor, Canadian-born singer/actor Alan Thicke turned to sports writing, then typed out comedy material for the CBC television network. He moved to Hollywood, where he became a writer and sometime performer on the syndicated Norman Lear series Fernwood 2-Night. He returned to Canada in 1980 to replace talk host Alan Hamel on a popular daytime chatfest. He was successful enough in this endeavor to be invited by onetime network executive Fred Silverman to star in Silverman's first non-network effort, a nighttime variety show titled Thicke of the Night (1983). Despite an enormous publicity buildup, the show was a disaster, for which Thicke adopted a "mea culpa" stance. Also during this period, his marriage to singer/actress Gloria Loring broke up; thus Thicke felt himself a failure on all counts. He has credited his comeback to producer Ilene Berg, who cast Thicke in the 1984 TV movie The Calendar Girl Murders, which proved to skeptics that the man had talent as a straight actor. In 1985, Thicke originated the role of psychiatrist Jason Seaver in Growing Pains, a popular ABC sitcom which ran until 1994. The following year, Thicke showed up as a preening, bombastic talk show host (could this have been an act of attrition for Thicke of the Night?) on the NBC comedy series Hope and Gloria. Additionally, Thicke has hosted the children's series Animal Crack-Ups (1987-1990), and has composed the theme songs for several other TV series, notably The Facts of Life. Alan Thicke's son is actor Brennan Thicke, best known for providing the voice of the TV cartoon character Dennis the Menace.
- Played Billy Flint in the Travling show of Chicago the musical
- Son, with Gloria Loring, Brennan Thicke was born. 
- Born at 2:00pm-EST
- He appeared in the music video and sang in the choir on the song "Voices That Care."
- Was the manager for Canadian teen-singer René Simard' .
- Member of Delta Upsilon fraternity.
- Graduated in 1965 from Elliot Lake High School, and was elected Homecoming King
- Attended the University of Western Ontario
- Worked as a disk jockey while in college
- Father is a certified Transport Canada physician (performs medicals for pilots).
- Father runs a family practice in Brampton Ontario (suburb of Toronto).
- Father, Dr. Brian Thicke, is the medical director for Canada3000, a charter airline.
- His second wife, Gina Tolleson, is a freelance TV reporter and hostess, as well as having been Miss World 1991.
- Son, with Gina Tolleson, Carter William Thicke, was born July 10, 1997.
- Was named "Father of the Year" by The Father's Day Council of Los Angeles, The Muscular Dystrophy Association, and The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.
- Composed the original score to "Wheel of Fortune" (1975), titled "Big Wheels". The original theme was used until 1983. Among the other game show themes Thicke has composed are "The Diamond Head Game" (1975) and "Whew!" (1979).
- He sang and composed the theme to the cult-classic TV game show "The Wizard of Odds" (1973), hosted by Alex Trebek.
- Once had his nose broken by Gordie Howe in a celebrity hockey game.
- His son Robin Thicke is a singer/songwriter and has written songs for artists such as Marc Anthony, Christina Aguilera, Mya, Brian McKnight & Pink, among others.
- Hosted Wayne Gretzky's wedding in Edmonton, Canada.
- Son, Robin Thicke is a singer and a piano player, who released the album, "A Beautiful World".
- May 2003 - Lost five teeth and required 30 stitches after getting hit in the face by a flying puck while playing hockey with actor Michael Vartan. Thicke was not wearing sufficient headgear.
- Hosted the 2004 Miss Universe Canada Pageant in Rama, Ontario from January 23-25, 2004.
- Jason Seaver, Thicke's character on "Growing Pains" (1985), was ranked #37 in TV Guide's list of the "50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time" [20 June 2004 issue].
- Was Steven Spielberg's first choice to play Oskar Schindler in Schindler's List (1993). Thicke turned down the part due to creative differences and scheduling conflicts.
- Was 40 years old when he dated 17-year old actress Kristy Swanson. Was later engaged to her at 42.
- Plans to wed his longtime girlfriend, model, Tanya Callau on 7 May 2005 in Cabo San Lucas.
- Composed and sang both theme songs to "Diff'rent Strokes" (1978).
- Father of R&B recording artist Thicke
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