Alan Thicke is the star of the reality-comedy television series “Unusually Thicke,” currently in its second season on the POP Network. In 2015 he starred in the drama film It’s Not My Fault and he also hosted “Dancing Pros Live” for two seasons (2014-15). His most popular TV role came as psychiatrist and father “Jason Seaver” in the long-running ABC hit series “Growing Pains,” and he also played the dim-witted diva “Dennis Dupree” on the NBC series “Hope & Gloria.” He has guested on countless television episodes, including the CBS hit comedy “How I Met Your Mother.” In theatre, Thicke starred in the LA production of Promises, Promises and on Broadway as “Billy Flynn” in the Tony Award-winning Chicago – The Musical. During his career has earned a Golden Globe “Best Actor” nomination and seven Emmy nominations (five for writing, two for acting). The 69-year-old is a sought-after emcee who has hosted “The Emmy Awards,” ABC’s Disney Christmas and Easter parades as well as “Miss Universe,” “Miss World USA” and “Miss USA” pageants. He has authored the humor books “How To Raise Kids Who Won’t Hate You” and “How Men Have Babies — The Pregnant Father’s Survival Guide,” and has written more than 45 television theme songs for shows like “Wheel of Fortune,” “ Facts of Life” and “Diff’rent Strokes.” Thicke is the father of actor Brennan Thicke, singer Robin Thicke, and 19-year-old Carter. He was inducted into the Canadian Walk of Fame in 2013.