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After waving a fond farewell to the show, Rob continued to work largely on television -- including in a role on the rebooted "90210" -- while also focusing on expanding his family with Josie.
The couple welcomed two children: a boy, Mason True Estes, born in 1999, and a girl, Maya Rose Estes, born in 2002.
Fans watched as Kelly and Jake continued their struggle to look past their age difference on "Melrose Place." Since the end of "Melrose Place," Grant Show has starred in a number of TV movies, guest-starred on a few short-lived TV series and appeared on Broadway.
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"I remember trying to get my story straight on 'David Letterman' once," she said.
"I'm kidnapped, I shoot the father, then his parents try to take the baby away. The whole thing was just bizarre." Too bizarre for her. Since leaving the show, Daphne Zuniga has worked steadily in Hollywood over the years in small films and on big television shows ("Spin City," "One Tree Hill").
He landed a coveted role as Oberon in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" after his classmate, Denzel Washington, dropped out of the play.
After his days on "Melrose Place" came to an end, Thomas Calabro enjoyed guest roles on shows like "Nip/Tuck," "Greek" and "Glee." In 2009, he also joined the cast of the short-lived "Melrose Place" reboot, reprising his role as Dr. Thomas has three children -- Connor, Augie and Luna -- from his marriage to Elizabeth Pryor. Laura Leighton became a fan favorite on "Melrose Place" when she joined the cast in 1993 as Sydney Andrews.When the show ended after one season, Laura went on to co-star on the hit TV show "Pretty Little Liars." She's been married to her old "Melrose Place" co-star Doug Savant (who's also the father of her two kids) since 1998.Best known for his role as Billy Campbell on "Melrose Place," Andrew Shue is also the younger brother of actress Elisabeth Shue.It seemed as if things were looking up for the actress's career with the reprise of her role as Amanda on the "Melrose Place" reboot in 2009, but the show was canceled after one season.