In 1992, Melrose Place hit the small screen, showcasing a dramatically enmeshed group of beautiful people living, loving, and lying in an apartment complex located on a Los Angeles street named — you guessed it — Melrose Place.
The Fox drama was an instant hit, and its stars were subsequently catapulted to stardom. While it aired its last episode in 1999, Melrose Place left a lasting impression in America’s pop culture. In 2007, Entertainment Weekly deemed the show a "New Classic," and it was revived with a new cast in 2009 for one last magical season. In 2015, Lifetime released a made-for-TV movie titled The Unauthorized Melrose Place Story, proving that no one can get enough of this classic primetime soap — or its star-studded cast.
While the apartment doors of Melrose Place are closed, the actors on the show remain an important part of ’90s nostalgia. Luckily for fans of the show, many of the famous faces that brought some of television’s most beloved characters to life are still gracing Hollywood with their talents. Here’s a look at what the cast of Melrose Place looks like today.