Published: Sat, December 17, 2016
Medical | By Dorothy Lyons

Publicist: Actor Alan Thicke dies at age 69

Publicist: Actor Alan Thicke dies at age 69

"I spent Monday through Friday for seven important years with Alan Thicke as my 'TV dad, '" Cameron wrote. While Thicke built a career in the US, he was born in Kirkland Lake, Ont., and loved to represent his Canadian roots and came up here whenever he could.

Alan Thicke, best known as the father in the 1985-92 ABC family comedy "Growing Pains", died Tuesday. Today the world lost an unbelievable talent.

Alan Thicke even composed the theme songs for Diff'rent Strokes and Wheel of Fortune, among others.

His money may also go to support the Alan Thicke Centre for Juvenile Diabetes Research, which debuted in 1989 after Thicke learned one of his sons had the condition, March of Dimes or the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation - all of which he actively supported during his career, according to InsulinNation.

"The good thing was that he was beloved and he had closure", said Robin Thicke, who credited his dad, an accomplished musician himself, with being an inspiration and very supportive of his music career.

The actor died after suffering a heart attack while playing hockey with his son Carter.

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Longtime Lightning fans will remember that Thicke was the master of ceremonies for the Lightning's first-ever game at Expo Hall in 1992.

"I've got the cutest designated driver EVER!" the actress captioned the Instagram pic Sunday, December 11.

Not only did Thicke write the intro music for "Animal Crackups", he also hosted the wacky celebrity game show. Such a good husband, father, brother, and friend.

Bure, 40, who guest starred on Growing Pains, continued: "You were a part of my family and hockey family".

He is survived by his sons Brennan, Carter and "Blurred Lines" singer Robin, as well as wife Tanya. Thank you for your love.

His statement echoed the thoughts of his half-brother Carter, who wrote Tuesday that he'd lost his "best friend" and "idol". Thicke most recently appeared on episodes of Netflix hit Fuller House and NBC's breakout freshman series This Is Us.

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