Brennan Thicke

American voice actor Brennan Thicke

Brennan Thicke is the son of former Growing Pains co-star Alan Thicke and singer-actress Gloria Loring. He is also the older brother of singer Robin Thicke. He is married to Kathleen "Dolly" Thicke founder of Dolly Couture and has a son, Tyler Brennan Thicke born 15, May 2008. In the late 1980s, he is perhaps best known for providing the cartoon voices of the title character from Dennis the Menace, and Scott Trakker from M.A.S.K..
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Alan Thicke's sons take his widow to court over estate
ABC News - 9 months
Robin and Brennan Thicke are battling over their father's estate with his widow.
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Marijuana's March Toward Mainstream Confounds Some
Huffington Post - over 4 years
WASHINGTON -- It took 50 years for American attitudes about marijuana to zigzag from the paranoia of "Reefer Madness" to the excesses of Woodstock back to the hard line of "Just Say No." The next 25 years took the nation from Bill Clinton, who famously "didn't inhale," to Barack Obama, who most emphatically did. And now, in just a few short years, public opinion has moved so dramatically toward general acceptance that even those who champion legalization are surprised at how quickly attitudes are changing and states are moving to approve the drug – for medical use and just for fun. It is a moment in America that is rife with contradictions: _People are looking more kindly on marijuana even as science reveals more about the drug's potential dangers, particularly for young people. _States are giving the green light to the drug in direct defiance of a federal prohibition on its use. _Exploration of the potential medical benefit is limited by high federal...
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Feds Confounded By Marijuana's March Toward Mainstream
Huffington Post - over 4 years
WASHINGTON — It took 50 years for American attitudes about marijuana to zigzag from the paranoia of "Reefer Madness" to the excesses of Woodstock back to the hard line of "Just Say No." The next 25 years took the nation from Bill Clinton, who famously "didn't inhale," to Barack Obama, who most emphatically did. And now, in just a few short years, public opinion has moved so dramatically toward general acceptance that even those who champion legalization are surprised at how quickly attitudes are changing and states are moving to approve the drug – for medical use and just for fun. It is a moment in America that is rife with contradictions: _People are looking more kindly on marijuana even as science reveals more about the drug's potential dangers, particularly for young people. _States are giving the green light to the drug in direct defiance of a federal prohibition on its use. _Exploration of the potential medical benefit is limited by high federal ...
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Marijuana Industry Provides New Opportunities For Shrinking Group
Huffington Post - about 5 years
* Legal marijuana businesses could provide new workers, union says * Organized labor helped push successful marijuana ballot initiatives * Legalization could create hundreds of thousands of new jobs By Samuel P. Jacobs and Alex Dobuzinskis WASHINGTON/LOS ANGELES, Feb 6 (Reuters) - The medical marijuana shop next to a tattoo parlor on a busy street in Los Angeles looks much like hundreds of other pot dispensaries that dot the city. Except for one thing: On the glass door - under a green cross signaling that cannabis can be bought there for medical purposes - is a sticker for the United Food and Commercial Workers union (UFCW), the nation's largest retail union. The dispensary, the Venice Beach Care Center, is one of three medical marijuana dispensaries in Los Angeles that are staffed by dues-paying union members. Another 49 in the city plan to enter into labor agreement...
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    THIRTIES
  • 2008
    Age 33
    He is married to Kathleen "Dolly" Thicke founder of Dolly Couture and has a son, Tyler Brennan Thicke born 15, May 2008.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1974
    Born
    Born on December 17, 1974.
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