Then: Jason Hervey played Wayne Arnold, bullying older brother to Fred Savage's Kevin Arnold (and, really, the entire nation) on the hit sitcom 'The Wonder Years.' Before his star turn as Wayne, Hervey had substantial experience as a child actor, including a recurring role on 'Different Strokes.'

Now: After a ho-hum post-'Wonder Years' period of TV movies and voice-over work, Hervey became Senior Vice-President of Media and Communications for Alabama-based HealthSouth Corporation. In 2003, he returned to his native Los Angeles, where he currently produces wrestling events and reality TV shows like VH1's 'Scott Is 45...And Single' and 'Confessions of a Teen Idol.' He remains close friends with Fred Savage, though he probably still doesn't call him "butthead."

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