Will Estes

 

Date Of Birth

October 21, 1978
 

Biography

Though popularly known as JJ Pryor, Will Estes has quickly added many acting credits to his name since his days on the NBC drama American Dreams. He has appeared on Law and Order, Law and Order: SVU, Eleventh Hour, In Plain Sight and The Cleaner and on Reunion as Will Malloy.

Born on October 21, 1978 in Los Angeles, California, William Estes Nipper got exposed first in many commercials before venturing into acting. He had guest roles on shows like Highway to Heaven and Santa Barbara before landing his breakout role as Will McCullough on the TV series The New Lassie, which earned him several nominations.

Estes also found himself surrounded with offers to appear on several music videos, including Meat Loaf's"Objects In The Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are," and Bon Jovi's "It's My Life" with Shiri Appleby among others. In 2010, he was cast on the CBS cop drama Blue Bloods as Jamie Reagan.
 

Place of Birth

Los Angeles, California, USA
 

Birth Name

William Estes Nipper
 

Gender

Male
 

Fun Facts

-Although he was supposed to be cast as Adam in the film May, Will Estes ended up playing Adam's roommate.
 

Awards

None
 

Filmography

2010 Magic Valley
2010 Blue Bloods
2009 Taxidermist
2008 Eleventh Hour
2006 Squeegees
2006 Not Since You
2006 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
2005 The Drive
2004 The Dive From Clausen's Pier
2004 Pet Star
2004 Charity
2003 Celebrity Jeopardy!
2002–2005 American Dreams
2002 May
2003 The Familiar Stranger
2000 Mimic 2
2000 New Port South
2000 See You in My Dreams
1999 U-571
1999 Terror Tract
1999 The Fugitive
1999 Blue Ridge Fall
1999–2000 7th Heaven
1997/1998 The Secret World of Alex Mack
1998 Diagnosis: Murder
1997 Kelly Kelly
1997 Meego
1995 The Road Home
1994 Full House
1994 Kirk
1994 How to Make an American Quilt
1994 Step by Step
1994–1996 Boy Meets World
 

Nickname

None
 

Height

5' 10 1/2" (1.79 m)
 

Quotes

"I think education is one of the greatest tools for most kids not only to expand their book knowledge, but their ability to experience new things - I think it opens more doors than any other experience I can think of."