Veteran soap opera actor Billy Warlock came from a showbiz family: his father was a stunt double for Kurt Russell and worked as the stunt driver in the Disney film "The Love Bug. " After Warlock graduated from Birmingham High School, his father got him a job as Robin Williams's stuntman on the sci-fi sitcom "Mork & Mindy." This led the young man to a career in acting. After appearing in the slasher sequel "Halloween II," Warlock received the first major role as Flip on the 10th season of "Happy Days" in 1982. He began his soap-opera career in 1988 on "Days of Our Lives" as Frankie, a troubled teenager who's adopted into the Brady clan. This role led to Warlock being cast in the popular lifeguard series "Baywatch," where he stayed for three seasons. His next long-running part came as alcoholic rich-kid A.J. Quartermaine on "General Hospital," where he logged over 200 episodes. Not content with his already prolific career in daytime dramas, Warlock landed recurring roles on many other soaps, including "The Young and the Restless," "As the World Turns," and "One Life to Live."