Alan Thicke Launches New Reality Show, Unusually Thicke

With a title like Unusually Thicke, how can reality show fans stay away?

Alan Thicke and his family will take part in a new 14-episode reality series that focuses on the Growing Pains star and his relationship with his wife, Tanya, and his teenage son, Carter.

Unusually Thicke combines my two favorite things,” the 67-year-old actor said in a statement. “Family and laughing at my family.”

Tom Green Hospitalized in Central America

Tom Green was hospitalized for two broken ribs on Monday after being hit by a wave on a beach in Central America, the comedian’s manager, Howard Lapides, confirmed to PEOPLE.

Green, who was released from the hospital Tuesday, calls the incident a “near death experience” on his personal Web site. The 34-year-old, Razzie-winning star of 2001’s Freddy Got Fingered was standing on some rocks preparing to go fishing when “a wall of water” hit him, he writes.

Daily Insider for February 13, 2004

Tom Green Yuks His Way Through Iraq

Following in the footsteps of David Letterman, Robin Williams and Ben Affleck, “Freddy Got Fingered” actor-comedian Tom Green is in Iraq to entertain U.S. troops, the Associated Press reports.

“He’s hanging out, shaking hands, making people laugh. Trying to give them a light moment in a very stressful place,” confirmed publicist Ann Gurrola.

Green, 32 – who’s been through everything from a televised operation for testicular cancer to marrying (and then divorcing) Drew Barrymore – is expected to return from Iraq in mid- to late January, Gurrola said.

Green's Film Takes a Raspberry

Most appallingly demented TV host, world’s most disrespectful son, most embarrassing husband. Tom Green could claim all these titles and now, he can claim a few more: worst actor, worst director, worst screenplay cowriter, and worst screen couple, all for the year’s worst movie, “Freddy Got Fingered.” The Golden Raspberries, given out on Saturday in Los Angeles, recognize the absolute stinkers of the cinema over the past year, and Green was an unprecedented winner, reports the Associated Press.

Mariah, Tom Head Year's Worst List

The day before the Oscar nominations hit the wires, the 22nd annual Razzie award nominations were announced by the Golden Raspberry Foundation, made up of about 500 movie fans and journalists who choose to honor the very worst films of the year. And the chosen few in the running for 2001’s worst picture by the satiric group: “Driven,” “Freddy Got Fingered,” “Glitter,” “Pearl Harbor” and “3000 Miles to Graceland.” As Razzie head John Wilson told Reuters, the ex-Mr.

Tom Green Files for a Divorce from Drew

Funnyman Tom Green, 30, isn’t laughing much these days. The comedian filed for divorce from wife Drew Barrymore, 26, in Los Angeles Monday after less than a year of marriage, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split. In a statement about the fizzled marriage, Green said, “Drew is a wonderful woman. I love her very much. I wish our marriage could have worked out.

Green Files to Divorce Barrymore

Comedian Tom Green has filed for divorce from actress Drew Barrymore after less than a year of marriage, Green’s spokeswoman Ann Gurrola confirmed to Green, who filed the papers Monday, said in a statement: “Drew is a wonderful woman. I love her very much. I wish our marriage could have worked out. I wish her much happiness.” The marriage is the second for Barrymore, 26, who was married to bar owner Jeremy Thomas for less than a month in 1994.

Tom Green: Treating Cancer

MTV actor-comedian Tom Green, 28, has cancer, he disclosed yesterday. His illness was detected following a visit to the ShoWest entertainment convention in Las Vegas two weeks ago with galpal Drew Barrymore. Green visited a doctor on March 10 and on March 13, after undergoing surgery, doctors told Green he had testicular cancer, considered to be one of the most curable cancers in young men. This week, he will undergo further surgery for removal of lymph nodes, as a precautionary measure, a spokesperson for Green said.

Green Undergoes Knife

MTV’s wild and crazy comic Tom Green, 28, underwent surgery in a Los Angeles hospital yesterday to have lymph nodes removed. The procedure followed his surgery last week for removal of a cancerous testicle. Green, who revealed his medical condition during an interview on TV’s “Entertainment Tonight” this week, is “in excellent spirits and is expected to make a full recovery soon,” his publicist told the Associated Press. She added that Green expects to attend the Oscars this Sunday.