The actor, who played Jason Seaver on the '80's sitcom "Growing Pains" was 69.

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TMZ and US Weekly have confirmed that singer Robin Thicke has lost his father, late night talk host and sitcom star Alan Thicke. Thicke died Tuesday at 69 after suffering a heart attack while playing hockey with his 19-year-old son Carter.

Thicke of the Night ran for just a single season from September '83 to June of '84. Growing Pains ran from '85 to '92. In addition to the late night talk show and sitcom, Thicke hosted game shows and wrote theme songs for Diff'rent Stroeks and Wheel of Fortune. Not too long ago he appeared on the Netflix sitcom, Fuller House.

He is survived by three sons - singer Robin, Brennan and Carter - and wife, Tanya.