Famous People Named Alan
Take a look at famous people named Alan, such as Alan Alda, Alan Keyes, and Alan Greenspan.
Television Actor, Game Show Host, Talk Show Host, Television Producer, Screenwriter / 1947 -
During the mid-1980s to early 1990s, actor Alan Thicke played one of television’s most beloved sitcom dads, psychiatrist Jason Seaver on Growing Pains.
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profile name: Alan Thicke profile occupation: Television Actor, Game Show Host, Talk Show Host, Television Producer, Screenwriter
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profile name: Alan Turing profile occupation: Educator, Mathematician
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profile name: Alan Jackson profile occupation: Singer
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profile name: Alan Autry profile occupation: Actor, Football Player, Mayor
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profile name: Alan Shepard profile occupation: Astronaut, Entrepreneur
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profile name: Alan Greenspan profile occupation: Economist, Government Official
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