A handsome mainstay for a certain television generation, Will Estes earned three Young Artist nominations as the master of "The New Lassie" (syndicated, 1989-1992). While guesting on a slew of tween faves of the era, including "Full House" (ABC, 1987-1995), "Boy Meets World" (ABC, 1993-2000) and "The Secret World of Alex Mack" (Nickelodeon, 1994-98), he booked series regular roles on a string of nonstarter sitcoms, including "Kirk" (The WB, 1995-97), "Meego" (CBS, 1997) and "Kelly Kelly" (The WB, 1998). Estes fared better in the big screen submarine drama "U-571" (2000) and as J.J. Pryor, older brother to a teen dancer who became a young Marine caught up in the Vietnam War on "American Dreams" (NBC, 2002-05). Although the murder mystery "Reunion" (Fox, 2005), which featured Estes in a series regular role as a young priest hiding many secrets, was short-lived, he rebounded on the commercial and critical hit "Blue Bloods" (CBS, 2010- ) as the rookie cop son of police commissioner (Tom Selleck). A veteran of television who was finally rewarded with a hit series, Will Estes proved that his impressive career longevity and ability to land jobs reflected his true talent and potential.