(KRON) — TV icon Alan Thicke, the dad on “Rising Pains,” has died at age sixty nine, a supply confirmed to KRON4 present Leisure Tonight.
The actor suffered a coronary heart assault whereas enjoying hockey together with his 19-yr-previous son, ET stated. He died at a hospital in Burbank.
Thicke was born in Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada. He was greatest recognized for his position as Jason Seaver, the daddy on the 1980’s ABC Tv collection “Rising Pains.”
Thicke additionally hosted the “All New three’s a Crowd” on the Recreation Present Community.
Most-lately, Thicke appeared on an episode of the “Full Home” spinoff “Fuller Home.”
Thicke additionally appeared on the pilot episode of the NBC drama “That is Us.”
Thicke is the daddy of singer Robin Thicke.
Thicke was inducted into Canada’s Stroll of Fame in 2013.
Thicke is survived by his spouse Tanya Callau and three sons, Brennan, Robin, and Carter.
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#BREAKING: Tv legend Alan Thicke has died, a supply confirms to ET. Extra to return at https://t.co/MdmQOwCRdB pic.twitter.com/mijrk8ypL3
— Brendon Geoffrion (@tv_brendon) December 14, 2016
So unhappy is the passing of Alan Thicke. Such a very good husband, father, brother, and good friend. He can be deeply missed. Relaxation in peace pricey Alan.
— bob saget (@bobsaget) December 14, 2016