Justin Bieber, take notes. Davy Jones can show you how to take a six-year career as a pre-packaged teen dreamboat and turn it into a career, rather than skittering off into dangerous Leif Garrett territory. As the shortest and dreamiest member of The Monkees from 1965 to 1971, Jones ran in fast motion, rode in a funny car, wooed girls, and sang such teeny bop classics as “I Wanna Be Free,” “Daydream Believer,” and “Girl,” which made young Marcia Brady lose her mind. When the whole Monkees thing ended, Jones just continued being Monkee-ish, joining old-timers tours and doing investment firm commercials where he poses with a cartoon gorilla. The ladies still swoon for him, though. He just married a Telemundo presenter who is 30 years his junior.