Alan Thicke was a Canadian actor, songwriter, game show presenter, and game show, producer. He was well-known for his role as Jason Seaver, the father of the ABC TV series Growing Pains, which lasted seven seasons.
|Full Real Name||Alan Thicke|
|Age||74 years old|
|Profession||Actor, songwriter, game show presenter|
|Date of birth||March 1, 1947|
|Place of Birth||Kirkland Lake, Canada|
|Net worth||$40 million|
|Height (approx.)||6 ft 1 inch|
|Weight (approx.)||79 Kg|
Alan Thicke Age & Early Life
Alan Thicke was born in Kirkland Lake, Canada, on March 1, 1947. Alan is of mixed (Scottish, Irish, and English) ancestry and holds Canadian citizenship. Alan Willis Jeffrey is his given name. He is the son of William Jeffrey (father) and Shirley Jeffery (mother) (mother). Apart from that, his mother was a nurse and his father was a stockbroker. They divorced in 1953. His mother remarried and relocated to Elliot Lake with her new husband, Dr. Brian Thicke. Todd Thicke is his brother, while Joanne Thicke is his sister. In 1965, he graduated from Elliot Lake Secondary School and was named homecoming king. He continued on to the University of Western Ontario, where he became a member of the Delta Upsilon organization.
Alan Thicke Height & Weight
He stands 6 feet 1 inch (1.85 m) tall and weighs roughly 79 kg. His hair was salt and pepper, and his eyes were grey.
Alan Thicke Net Worth
How much is Alan Thicke’s net worth? His net worth was $40 million as a result of his lifetime effort, achievements, and income.
During his career, he enabled a Canadian diversion called First Impressions, which aired on CFCF-TV in Montreal in the late 1970s, and the Saturday morning VIP entertainment shows Animal Crack-Ups, which aired on CFCF-TV in the late 1980s. He coordinated a TV version of the prepackaged game Pictionary in 1997. As a result, he supervised the launch of the All-New 3’s a Crowd on the Game Show Network. In the late 1970s, he was a regular guest presenter on The Alan Hamel Show, a well-known midday syndicated program on Canadian television, which was mostly managed by Alan Hamel.
He later went on to host his own renowned television show in Canada, The Alan Thicke Show, in the mid-1980s. In 1988, he took over as Miss USA Pageant Director in El Paso, Texas, succeeding Bob Barker. He took over for Barker once more as host of the 1988 Miss Universe Pageant in Taipei, Taiwan. Following that, he was replaced as host of the 1989 Miss USA Pageant in Mobile, Alabama, by Dick Clark, and by John Forsythe as presenter of the 1989 Miss Universe Pageant in Cancn, Mexico.
In addition, he was a representative for Cambridge Life Solutions, a Canadian organization that guaranteed to reduce unsecured buyer obligation through a strategy known as obligation settlement, which had been prohibited in the United States by the Federal Trade Commission as a ruthless practice in 2010 and was thus restricted in Ontario in 2015.
Alan Thicke Wife & Marriage
Who is Alan Thicke’s wife? Moving on to his personal life, he has been married three times. His first marriage lasted from 1970 to roughly 1984, and he had two children, Brennan and Robin, with Days of Our Lives actress Gloria Loring. He began dating on-screen actress Kristy Swanson in 1986 when she was 17 years old and was attracted to her two years later when he was 42.
On August 13, 1994, he married his second wife, Miss World 1990 Gina Tolleson, and they had a kid, Carter William Thicke before their divorce was finalized on September 29, 1999. He met Tanya Callau in 1999 in Miami, when he was a celebrity presenter and she was a model. From 2005 till his death, they were married.