Tom Virtue may not be a household name, but if you have been watching television for the last two decades, more than likely you've seen this prolific character actor and Second City member in a show or two. He is probably best known for his role as the affable dad, Steve Stevens, on the Disney family show "Even Stevens," which also starred a young Shia LaBeouf as his unruly son. He has worked with the actress/comedian Bonnie Hunt a number of times (they met while both were at Second City) and co-starred with her on the rarely seen show "The Building," the short-lived CBS sitcom "Bonnie," and on her later ABC sitcom, "Life with Bonnie." Science fiction fans may remember the actor best from his part as Starfleet Lt. Walter Baxter on "Star Trek: Voyager" and for his small part as a doctor on Joss Whedon's beloved cult show "Firefly." Although his work has mostly been relegated to television parts, Virtue has popped up in the occasional movie, such as the teen drama "Tex," as a rival track and field coach in the soccer comedy "Kicking & Screaming" with Will Ferrell, and as a guitar customer in Mike Judge's gentle satire "Extract."