The handsome and versatile Scott Wolf has seemingly grown up on television, even though this isn’t the case. In his early twenties, the youthful actor had returning roles in the teen television classic Saved by the Bell. Struggling to find his way in Hollywood, Scott floated around the television dial, stumbling into bit roles on such hit shows like The Commish, Parker Lewis Can’t Lose, Evening Shade and Blossom. Scott had a brief mooning scene in the obscure flick Teenage Bonnie and Klepto Clyde (1993), but it wasn’t enough to raise an eye. It wasn’t until 1994 that the talented actor made a name for himself on the family drama Party of Five. During his TV downtime, Scott hit the big screen in the crazy, award-winning flick Go (1999). In one of his more memorable roles, Scott showed his impressive chest, abs and underwear bulge in an awkward bedroom scene. The veteran actor showed his butt again in the independent films White Squall (1996) and The Evening Star (1996). Later in his career, Scott has kept his clothes on, but he’s found tremendous success on a plethora of TV shows like Everwood, The Nine and Perception. As Scott matures, it would be great to see how his body has changed. No pressure of Scott, but Mr. Man needs more material to spice up his party of one.