Joshua Jackson captured the hearts of young television viewers in the late 1990s as the razor-witted, misunderstood "other guy," Pacey Witter, who winds up getting the girl - none other than a young Katie Holmes - on the hit teen soap "Dawson's Creek" (The WB, 1996-2003). A former child actor who helped give birth to Disney's Mighty Ducks franchise by his appearance in the popular kiddie sports film, his youthful stardom made him a stock player in young-adult angst and horror flicks before he began working his way up to prolific denizen of the indie film world. After exploring both arenas, Jackson returned to series TV in the much ballyhooed science fiction show "Fringe" (Fox, 2008-13). His "It" boy status also secured him one of the most cherished, unofficial accolades in Hollywood: a guest voiceover spot on Fox's long-running cartoon "The Simpsons" (Fox, 1989- ), which Jackson dryly alluded to as the pinnacle of his career. But for most people, Jackson would forever be Pacey Witter, the unexpected breakout star of one of the 1990s biggest cult series, "Dawson's Creek."