Actor, musician, and voice artist Scott Grimes began his television career in 1985, when he appeared in an episode of "The Twilight Zone. " A couple of years later, he voiced the lead in a dark take on the popular puppet-boy in "Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night" and peeled off a couple of film credits with "Critters" and its 1988 sequel, "Critters 2." Grimes is known for playing recurring characters on a number of successful TV series including "Party of Five," "ER," and "American Dad!." He also played Technical Sergeant Donald Malarkey in HBO's classic WWII miniseries "Band of Brothers." He got to share the big screen with heavy hitters Denzel Washington and Gene Hackman in "Crimson Tide," and had the opportunity to exhibit his real-life ice hockey skills in "Mystery, Alaska" with Russell Crowe. In addition to his acting career, Grimes is also a singer/songwriter with three albums under his belt, including a 1989 debut on A&M Records.