Best known for playing the good-hearted, but perennially tragic Bailey Salinger on the underrated family drama "Party of Five" (Fox, 1994-2000), Scott Wolf went from an unknown to <i>Teen Beat</i> cover boy virtually overnight. His status as a teenie bopper heartthrob over the course of the show's run - one that was plagued by a cloud of cancellation - was at first tolerated by Wolf. But the constant attention - not to mention the media's intrusion upon his private life, particularly with former fiancée Alyssa Milano - proved to be too much for the actor, who retained his privacy after "Party of Five" was finally axed after the 1999-2000 season. Since that time, Wolf kept a low-profile, appearing here-and-there on television, including a recurring - and more adult - role on "Everwood" (WB, 2002-06). But the limelight beckoned once more when he joined the ensemble cast on "The Nine" (ABC, 2006- ), a one-hour crime-drama that followed the always-popular "Lost" (ABC, 2004- ) and promised to again make Wolf a household name.