At a young and impressionable age we look to our parents to guide us though the early years. To help us get our footing and understand right from wrong, and appropriate from inappropriate. But during those critical developmental years, there are others that also have a profound impact on us. A picture box that is the potential gateway to anything and everything: Television. This week we take a look at those who chose to integrate themselves into careers that, by default, entangled them with a younger and naive audience. Was it simply because they enjoyed being around children? Or do their choices have a more nefarious reasoning behind them?