Set in West Hollywood, this popular American soap opera ran for seven seasons between 1992 and 1999. Originally a spinoff of 90210, it was wildly successful in its own right and launched the careers of several actors. The cast of Melrose was constantly evolving as new actors replaced old ones and only Thomas Calabro (Dr. Michael Mancini) managed to stay on the cast roster for the entirety of the show. The show was cancelled because of production costs, but many stars appeared in their original roles in the failed Melrose Place 2009 remake. Let’s see what the cast has been up to!
13. Thomas Calabro
Thomas Calabro (Michael Mancini) has continued his acting career since starring in Melrose Place and his latest film The Man in 3B came out this year. He also appeared in an episode of Glee (2002) as Mr. Puckerman. After Melrose, Calabro was featured in several TV movies and TV series including Nip/Tuck (2005), Touched by an Angel (2001), and Cold Case (2005).