Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Actor Alan Thicke Dies Suddenly During "SUDDEN DEATH" while Playing Hockey - Breaking: Canadian-born actor Alan Thicke, best known as the dad on "Growing Pains," died Tuesday while playing hockey with his son.

BURBANK, CA — Actor Alan Thicke, best known for his role in the ABC family comedy "Growing Pains," died suddenly Tuesday after suffering a heart attack. Thicke was 69-years-old.
As first reported by TMZ, Thicke was playing ice hockey with his 19-year-old son in Burbank when he suffered the heart attack. According to his publicist Monique Moss, Thicke was taken to Providence St. Joseph Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.
As Jason Seaver on "Growing Pains," Thicke epitomized the role of the '80s sitcom dad as the infinitely patient psychologist and patriarch of the boisterous Seaver family.
While best known for his roles in the '80s and '90s, he continued to work until his death. Most recently he was starring in "Unusually Thicke" with his son Carter and wife Tanya on the cable network Pop. Described as a "reality sitcom," its second season began Sept. 21.
Thicke recently made a cameo appearance as himself in the premiere of the critically acclaimed NBC drama "This Is Us."
Thicke was also a composer. He wrote the themes for the comedies "Diff'rent Strokes" and "The Facts of Life" and such game shows as "The Wizard of Odds" and "The Joker's Wild."
He is survived by his wife Tanya Callau and his three sons, famed singer Robin Thicke, Brennan Thicke and Carter Thicke.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

shit actor in a shit show. who cares, fuck em

Quantromavarious Jenkums said...

Wish it was that prick Kirk Cameron or his wigger son burn in hell Alan

Anonymous said...

Another JEW bites the dust.

Anonymous said...

Wish it was that prick Kirk Cameron or his wigger son burn in hell Alan
December 13, 2016 at 11:14 PM


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Atleast Kirk Cameron is a Christian. This fucker was a JJJJJJJJJEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWWW

Anonymous said...

Only the strongest and the most intelligent survive, it's those who best adapt to change that survive

Anonymous said...

I will get high in his memory.
He spent most of his life that way...

Anonymous said...

He was a shit dad. The daughter had an eating disorder, the young kid was a dope fiend and Cameron is some religious nut. He did a terrible job as a TV parent.

Anonymous said...

Motherfuck him!

Mr. SouthSide said...

He died as all Canadians wish to die---playing hockey, eh?

Anonymous said...

Dry Bones says---

Them Brews them Brews them He Brews.
Them Brews them Brews them He Brews.
Them Brews them Brews them He Brews.

john public said...

I play hockey and always think I'm gonna die...

Anonymous said...

In lieu of flowers please make a donation to Trump 2020.

Anonymous said...

This will mean no more "Optima Tax Relief" commercials on TV, at least featuring Alan Thicke!

Truth-hammer said...

Funny, I was stationed overseas throughout the 80's and never saw any of those family sitcoms. The one about which I was most curious was the Cosby Show. I understand that it was the most true to life and representative of evil America.

Anonymous said...

He had an easy fu@king life I will die of a heart attack carrying my tools to a fifth floor
Job.

Anonymous said...

And we all know Jews will burn in hell for eternity!!

Anonymous said...

All this guy did was sleep with chicks half his age or more and smoke weed 24-7. What a life!
He passed on his THC lust to his kids as well as his passion for womanizing.

Anonymous said...

They played it last night.