Todd Thicke

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Todd Thicke is a television writer and producer. He is the brother of Alan Thicke and uncle of Robin Thicke. Todd Thicke has been the executive producer, and head writer, of America's Funniest Home Videos since the show's premiere in 1989.


Thicke moved from Toronto to Los Angeles in 1982 writing The Wil Shriner Show, Animal Crack-Ups, Rick Dees Into the Night, Growing Pains and Candid Camera.

In 1989, his work began with Vin Di Bona on America's Funniest Home Videos. Thicke is now the co-executive producer of America's Funniest Home Videos.

Thicke has produced many comedy/reality shows in the U.S. and Canada, including The NHL Awards, Anne Murray Christmas, The Alan Thicke Show, The World Magic Awards, The I Do Diaries, and National Lampoon’s Quest for Comedy.

He has also written for animation series including John Callahan’s Quads, Pelswick, and numerous television theme songs.


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