Beloved actor Alan Thicke died and this actress made it about Donald Trump – apology expected!


Note to human beings with beating hearts: Death is rarely the time to make a political statement.

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Canadian-born actor Alan Thicke, known for his portrayal of Jason Seaver, the father on the ’80s sitcom, “Growing Pains,” suffered a heart attack Tuesday while playing hockey with his son Carter, 19.

He was taken to Providence St. Joseph’s Medical Center where he was pronounced dead at the age of 69.

Thicke wax survived by his wife Tanya and his three sons, Robin, Brennan and Carter.

CNN provided this brief glimpse into Thicke’s career.

His fans — including other celebrities — were saddened by the news and took to social media to express their sorrow and thanks for the laughs he’d provided them over the years, as well as condolences to his family.

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Actress Lisa Edelstein, however, turned Thicke’s death into a political statement. She was promptly — and righteously — hammered for it.

One person observed that Edelstein currently plays Abby McCarthy in the Bravo series “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce.”

Throughout his life, Thicke also hosted game shows, talk shows, and wrote several famous TV show theme songs for “Different Strokes,” “Wheel of Fortune” as well as “Growing Pains,” TMZ reported.

Thicke’s Twitter page had joyful tweets posted less than 24 hours ago. How unexpected life is. A gift to be treasured.






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