If you were a child growing up in the 80's you may wonder about the cast of “Growing Pains”: where are they now? Since the show's end in 1992, most of the actors from the show have remained out of the lime light. Some went on to start their families and remain under the radar that their star power once possessed.
Kirk Cameron. This teenage heart throb was all about the girls on “Growing Pains”. So fans may be surprised to learn that he married his cast mate Chelsea Noble in 1991. They are still happily married and have six children while living in Southern California. Kirk and his wife founded Camp Firefly for terminally ill children and their families.
Alan Thicke. Since playing the father on “Growing Pains”, Alan Thicke has appeared as a guest in various sitcoms. He has starred in TV movies and “Growing Pains: The Reunion”. He has also spent time on stage in “Promises, Promises” and “Chicago” and has hosted a number of award ceremonies, pageants, and parades.
Joanna Kerns. After “Growing Pains” ended, she has starred in a number of made for television movies and has spent time as a director. She has helped direct hit shows such as “Army Wives”, “Samantha Who?”, and “Grey's Anatomy”.
Tracey Gold. After the painful exit from “Growing Pains” and dealing with an eating disorder, Tracey Gold got married and had four sons. She is currently working on “The Tracey Gold Project” in which she will act as a mentor to others seeking help to control their eating disorders.
Jeremy Miller. Since the end of “Growing Pains” in 1992, Jeremy Miller has been a small blip on the star map. He has only appeared as a guest in a few shows and movies. He made an appearance in a McDonald's commercial in 2007.
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