Holy moly, the eldest child of the Camden family looks ...
dare I say even better than he did in the '90s?
But she married Justin Timberlake, so she wins at everything.
In 2001 Nikolas and Lorenzo became the sole actors for the twins.
After season six, the eldest Camden daughter only had a recurring recurring role on the show, which was probably a good move for her.
She tried her hand at some more serious roles (like in the 2006 film The Illusionist), but also showed up in, um, Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve.
Cool fact: Mitchell, who played a middle child of the Camden family, is in fact OLDER than Jessica Biel/Mary, her "older" TV sister.
She was regularly on The Secret Life of the American Teenager and recorded a country music album right around the end of 7th Heaven. Just last month she got married to actor Evan Ross.
Last summer she posed for Maxim and the results were steamy.Airing between 19, '7th Heaven' is credited with being the longest-running family drama in television history.While the show about a minister, his wife and their seven children never drew big ratings or critical acclaim, it had a dedicated enough following that when The WB cancelled '7th Heaven' after 10 seasons another network, CW, brought it back for an eleventh. Brace yourself, guys: I read this morning that Blake Lively is getting a new *Gossip Girl *beau, and I don't get this match. It's Barry Watson, aka the earnest eldest son Matt from As for his lovely wife... We don't need to return to the days of you guys making out ad nauseam, then wondering how you got so many kids.)? Sign up for our awesome daily newsletter that features the latest celebrity gossip, TV news, hilarious Internet sensations, and more!Catherine Hicks has done a slew of Lifetime movies, but mostly focuses on theatre and her advocacy work these days. And what about favorite guest star: don't forget that Andrew Keegan, Haylie Duff, and Ashlee Simpson all did arcs on the show! Please Just Look at These Stunning Throwback Shots of Jane Fonda From Dallas to True Blood--Your Mind Will Be Blown By Where These Stars Got Their Start! She's still admired for her role in the 1986 Star Trek movie, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.