Rob Estes | Resume | Photos
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Estes first became interested in an acting career while training to be a stunt double. One of his first acting jobs was in the soap opera Days of Our Lives playing Glenn Gallagher (1986-1987). He later gained widespread recognition for his role as Sergeant Chris Lorenzo in Silk Stalkings (1991-1995), half of the "dynamic duo" alongside Mitzi Kapture.
In 1993, Estes had a guest role on the prime time Fox soap opera Melrose Place, playing Sam Towler. Three years later, the producers of the series brought him back but cast him in a different role, that of restaurateur Kyle McBride. Estes played the role from 1996 to the series' cancellation in 1999.
Following Melrose Place he had reoccurring roles on Providence, Suddenly Susan, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Gilmore Girls. He also performed in theatre, and had roles in Same Time Next Year (2004) and The Lake (2005).
He made his return to series television staring as Sean Cole in John Wells' ABC television crime drama The Evidence.
He completed a recurring role on CSI: Miami as Nick Townsend, the abusive ex-husband of Natalia Boa Vista. In a January 2007 episode, he was murdered by the husband of a killer to cover up her crime.
Estes then portrayed Lieutenant Tom Hogan, Inspector Lindsay Boxer's exhusband and current boss (played by Angie Harmon) in the ABC police procedural and legal drama Women's Murder Club.
In May 2008, Estes was cast as Harry Wilson in 90210 on The CW. The series, like Melrose Place before it, is a spin-off from the original 1990s series Beverly Hills, 90210, marking Estes' third appearance in the franchise.
Estes began hosting and producing non scripted series in 2009. He joined
Extra as a special correspondent in 2013.
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