Jack Wagner has been in so many soap operas, and it’s hard to know which one made him famous in the first place. His big break was way back in 1983 when he first appeared as Frisco Jones on General Hospital.
By 2003, he had taken a role on the notorious The Bold and the Beautiful, where he portrayed Dominick Marone until 2012! In recent years he has starred in When Calls the Heart.
Grant Show - Now
Despite the name he made for himself in the soap opera genre, Show also had fortunate enough to take part in a number of well-regarded series. Two of the more famous shows he was on were Private Practice and Big Love.
From 2013-2016, Shoe portrayed Spence Westmore on the series, Devious Maids. More recently, he has revisited his soap days as he has joined the cast of the long-running soap opera. Dynasty.
Jack Wagner as Dr. Peter Burns - Then
Anyone who was to call Dr. Peter Burns, a "good guy" hasn't seen very many soap operas. Yes, he started in the role of being a nice guy, but the moment he needed to turn a situation to his advantage, his behavior changed completely.
It didn't matter if he was acting against the show's most beloved character or one of the show's most prominent villains - there was something evil about Burns. Like many of the other fictional characters on the show, it would eventually be revealed just how much the Dr. was hiding!
Kristin Davis as Brooke Armstrong - Then
One of the most intriguing characters on Melrose Place was Brooke Armstrong. It was a bit of a surprise, and no one was expecting the drama she would bring when she joined the advertising agency that several of the show's characters worked for.
At first, Brooke charmed her coworkers, but towards the end, she proved to be no different than any of the other characters on the show. Brooke had the advantage of coming from a wealthy, powerful family - something that would give her a leg up over the others.
Kristin Davis – Now
Although Melrose Place was Kristin Davis’s break out role, it was her time on Sex and the City, where Davis played Charlotte York from 1998 until 2004, which helped boost her career. She would play Charlotte both of the feature films that were inspired by the hit TV show.
In recent years, Davis has somewhat slowed down her acting career. In 2014, she starred in Bad Teacher, and her most recent acting appearance was in the 2016 TV movie, A Heavenly Christmas.