This engaging dark blond-haired young lead of TV and some features--who in his (even) younger days was billed as Corin 'Corky' Nemec--gained celebrity as the ultra-cool and resourceful star on the cartoonish teen sitcom "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" (Fox, 1990-93). He had previously garnered attention and an Emmy nomination with an impressive portrayal of a teen kidnapped in his youth and molested by his "father" in the 1989 NBC miniseries "I Know My First Name is Steven." Born in Little Rock, Arkansas, and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Nemec began acting in TV commercials at age 13. In 1986, he made his TV debut on an episode of "Sidekicks," and then played the recurring role of Alex Karras' nephew from the farm on episodes of "Webster" (ABC) during the 1987-88 season. Nemec went on to a role in a busted sitcom pilot entitled "Cadets" (ABC, 1988) as the romantic interest of Soleil Moon Frye.