Former Marine, Kyle McBride did everything in his power to avoid the temptation and intrigue that were always lurking at Melrose Place, often failing. McBride entered the show’s story with his wife, Taylor. But, like every other romance on the show – it was bound for failure.
Despite the ups and downs, McBride faced, and much unlike many of the characters on the soap-opera, Kyle would eventually come through and find love and happiness.
Daphne Zuniga as Jo Reynolds - Then
A fan favorite, Jo Reynolds, has been a part of Melrose Place since the very beginning. She quickly developed a relationship with Jake Hanson, one of the few men in Jo's life who treated her kindly. Reynolds suffered from terrible boyfriend syndrome for many of the shows seasons.
Jo would often find her past mistakes haunting her - no matter how much she tried to take a more steady way of life. Her persistence paid off when she found a love that took her out of Los Angeles.
Daphne Zuniga - Now
Daphne Zuniga has had one of the most versatile careers of all of her co-stars from Melrose Place. After exiting the show, she made guest-starring appearances on many of the popular television shows running at the time.
She was a regular part of One Tree Hill, playing Brooke Davis's mother, Victoria, from 2008 to 2012. She was most recently in the film Beyond Paradise.
Rob Estes - Now
Despite not having joined the show during its first season, he would not be easily disposed of. In fact, his character lasted until the series ended in 1999! He moved on to work on Suddenly Susan, where's played Oliver Browne for a year.
In 2008, he joined the cast of 90210 - appearing on the shoe until 2010. Most recently, he's appeared in the series Famous in Love, portraying Steve, though the show was canceled after two seasons.
Jamie Luner As Lexi Sterling – Then
Keeping up with Lexi Sterling's love life was a mission for most Melrose Place fans. She had a long history with many of the members that began even before the events of the series took place.
Lexi made her debut on the show divorced, but in alignment with many soap operas - that didn't mean that she wouldn't stay separated from her ex-husband for long. As her story progressed, she was involved in love triangles that affected most Melrose Place residents.