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List of Melrose Place characters

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List of Melrose Place characters

The following is a list of cast and characters from the original and updated versions of the Melrose Place television series.

Cast of original series, 1992–1999

Main article: Melrose Place
Actor Character Seasons Year
Thomas Calabro Dr. Michael Mancini 1-7 1992–1999
Josie Bissett Jane Mancini 1-5; 7 1992–1997, 1998–1999
Andrew Shue Billy Campbell 1-7 1992–1998
Courtney Thorne-Smith Alison Parker 1-5 1992–1997
Grant Show Jake Hanson 1-5 1992–1997
Doug Savant Matt Fielding 1-6 1992–1997
Vanessa A. Williams Rhonda Blair 1 1992–1993
Amy Locane Sandy Harling 1 1992
Marcia Cross Dr. Kimberly Shaw 1-5 1992–1997
Daphne Zuniga Jo Reynolds 1-4 1992–1996
Laura Leighton Sydney Andrews 1-5 1993–1997
Heather Locklear Amanda Woodward 1-7 1993–1999
Jack Wagner Dr. Peter Burns 3-7 1994–1999
Kristin Davis Brooke Armstrong 3-4 1995–1996
Patrick Muldoon Richard Hart 3-5 1995–1996
Brooke Langton Samantha Reilly 4-7 1996–1998
Rob Estes Kyle McBride 5-7 1996–1999
Lisa Rinna Taylor McBride 5-7 1996–1998
Kelly Rutherford Megan Lewis 5-7 1996–1999
David Charvet Craig Field 5-6 1996–1998
Alyssa Milano Jennifer Mancini 5-7 1997–1998
Jamie Luner Lexi Sterling 6-7 1997–1999
Linden Ashby Dr. Brett Cooper 6-7 1997–1998
John Haymes Newton Ryan McBride 7 1998–1999
Rena Sofer Eve Cleary 7 1998–1999

Cast of second series (2009–2010)

Actor Character Seasons Year
Katie Cassidy Ella Simms 1 2009-2010
Stephanie Jacobsen Lauren Yung 1 2009-2010
Shaun Sipos David Breck 1 2009-2010
Colin Egglesfield Auggie Kirkpatrick 1 2009–2010
Ashlee Simpson-Wentz Violet Foster 1 2009–2010
Jessica Lucas Riley Richmond 1 2009-2010
Michael Rady Jonah Miller 1 2009-2010
Laura Leighton Sydney Andrews 1 2009-2010
Thomas Calabro Dr. Michael Mancini 1 2009-2010
Heather Locklear Amanda Woodward 1 2009-2010
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