It's a long way from frolicking naked with Phoebe Cates to fighting crime as a Christian superhero, but Willie Aames has done both in his career. Born in 1960, Willie started out as a child actor, and got his first big break on the squeaky-clean TV series Swiss Family Robinson from 1975-1976. Soon after, he scored the role of Tommy Bradford on Eight is Enough, and teenage Willie enjoyed a period of sitcom stardom that propelled him into films like Scaveneger Hunt (1979), Zapped! (1982), and Paradise (1982). Later in his career Willie became an ordained minister who co-created and starred in the Christian kids' series Bibleman, but this holy roller wasn't always so pure: in fact, you can see his Willie (among other things) in the aforementioned Paradise. His Aames is true, all right!