$15,001 to $25,000
TRAVELS FROM: California


SPEECH TITLES AND/OR TOPICS   Click Here for Detailed Description

  • Boomerology
  • Health Care And Health Careless
  • How Men Have Babies
  • How To Raise Kids Who Won't Hate You
  • How To Get Into Show Biz And Stay There
  • The History Of The Entire World Thru Sports
  • The #1 System For #2 People


Entertainment | Humor | Motivation


Alan Thicke, best known as Jason Seaver from ABC's hit television series, Growing Pains, is a man of many talents. He is an actor, television personality, author, keynote speaker, and event host, writer/producer, and composer. He has earned a Golden Globe "Best Actor" nomination and seven Emmy Award nominations including two for acting and five for writing.

In addition to Growing Pains now syndicated in over 65 countries, Mr. Thicke starred as "Dennis Dupree" on the NBC series Hope & Gloria, and has guest starred in countless episodes of hit TV comedy series ranging from Just Shoot Me, Arliss, Son Of The Beach, Married With Children, Half 'N Half, and My Wife and Kids, to Yes Dear, Seventh Heaven, and The Steve Harvey Show. He has made numerous appearances in dramatic roles including the popular series Murder She Wrote, Burke's Law, Matlock, and Outer Limits.

Alan Thicke's TV movies and feature film appearances include Paramount's The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard with Jeremy Piven and Will Ferrell, Disney's Not Quite Human, The Calendar Girl Murders, Windsor Protocol, Rubdown, Any Place But Home, Obsessed, Betrayal Of The Dove, Ice Angel, Crossroads, Teddy Bear's Picnic, National Lampoon's Robodoc and, of course, The Growing Pains Family Reunion movies.

As a stage actor, Mr. Thicke received rave reviews opposite Jason Alexander in the Neil Simon/Burt Bacharach musical Promises, Promises and for his Broadway debut as "Billy Flynn" in Chicago, followed by the National Tour of that company.

As one of America's most sought-after on air personalities, Alan Thicke has hosted numerous reality series including ABC's Animal Crack-Ups, the Emmy-nominated Pictionary, A&E's Travelquest, Game Show Network's All New 3's A Crowd, and Animal Planet's Miracle Pets. He has also hosted numerous TV specials including The Emmy Awards, The Miss Universe, Miss World USA, and Miss USA Pageants, ABC's Disney Christmas And Easter Parades, ABC's Olympic Kick-Off Gala, CBC's NHL Awards, ABC's and NBC's Fall Preview Specials, Showtime's Comedy All-Stars, TV's Funniest Families, and NBC's World's Greatest Magic.

From 1980 to 1983, The Alan Thicke Show became, and remains, the biggest hit in the history of Canadian daytime television. The American late-night entry Thicke Of The Night followed.

Mr. Thicke's two humor books are How To Raise Kids Who Won't Hate You published by I-Universe, and How Men Have Babies: The Pregnant Father's Survival Guide, a perennial favorite since its release in 1999 and now translated into Spanish, German, and Chinese and published by Jodere. His recorded version won an Audie Award, the Oscar equivalent for Books-On-Tape.

Alan Thicke's distinctive charm and humor have established him as one of America's most sought after keynote speakers. As a celebrity and humorist, he motivates people through family issues, healthcare issues, social trends, and sports. He has spoken to a wide range of audiences including IBM, Ford, RE/MAX, Borland Technologies, Slim-Fast, Utah Governor's Conference, Humana Hospitals, OrthoBiotech Industries, Des Moines Medical Society, Miami Health Day, Sacramento Earth Day, Toronto Dominion Bank, and the Masons Convention in Las Vegas.

As a headliner and event host, Mr. Thicke has played the main Vegas showrooms of the Hilton, Desert Inn and Sands, as well as Atlantic City's Resorts International, Turning Stone Resort and Casino in Verona, New York, and numerous cruise ships. He has hosted live corporate events for Borden, Hormel, Nestle, Mattel, Baskin-Robbins, Brite-Smile, the Tournament Golf Association, California's Building Industry, Atlanta's Real Estate Conference, The Chiropractic Centennial Celebration, and the Montreal Comedy Festival's Just For Laughs.

Alan Thicke has written sitcoms for Castle Rock, Warner Bros., and Viacom, and the feature film scripts Noone Hour for Steve Tisch Productions, Beauty Queens Must Die for Allegro Films and Travels With Dad for TVA. His television career began behind the scenes as a writer for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. That talent soon led him to the U.S. where he wrote and/or produced comedy specials and series for Bill Cosby, Flip Wilson, Kenny Rogers, Olivia Newton-John, Anne Murray, and Barry Manilow. He wrote and produced the revolutionary comedies Fernwood 2night and America 2night for Norman Lear. He was Executive Producer for the NBC Movie of the Week, The Secret She Carried.

Mr. Thicke's background in game shows is extensive. He produced Celebrity Sweepstakes and Wizard Of Odds, launching the career of his friend Alex Trebek.

Wheel Of Fortune and The Joker's Wild are among over 45 television theme songs composed by Alan Thicke, including Facts Of Life and Diff'rent Strokes.

Of all his accomplishments, Alan Thicke's proudest role remains father to his three sons, Brennan, Robin, and Carter.

BOOKS    Search For A Book

  • How To Raise Kids Who Won't Hate You
  • How Men Have Babies: The Pregnant Father's Survival Guide

Live chat by BoldChat
My Favorite Speakers

Similar Speaker

Rob Weinstein
Need laughs? Try the clean, clever, hilarious comedy of Rob Weinstein. He has performed stand-up comedy across the United States and around the world, including appearances on NBC, MTV, FOX, Lifetime and three different shows on Comedy Central.

Rob Weinstein's sharp

Allen Klein
Allen Klein, aka "Mr. Jollytologist" is an award-winning professional speaker who shows audiences worldwide how to find and use humor to deal with changes, challenges, and not-so-funny stuff.

Mr. Klein is a recipient of a Toastmaster's Communication and Leadership

Tainted Love
And now for something completely different...

Tainted Love is the Bay Area's premier 1980's dance band. This 7-piece outfit from San Francisco brings you back to the days when keyboards ruled the airwaves, cascading hairdos were commonplace and outlandish

Bob Alper

One Arab. One Jew. One Stage. Comedy's Odd Couple.

Imagine top-notch comedy, two seasoned performers with unique "hooks," and beneath it all, an implicit but not preachy message of healing and understanding. That is what Ahmed Ahmed