In 1986, Hollywood actor Rob Estes started his professional acting career. During his early years, he guest-starred in such shows as CBS Schoolbreak Special, Simon & Simon, and 21 Jump Street, as well as played Glenn Gallagher in the soap opera Days of Our Lives. He also starred in some TV films. His first role in the movies was in 1989’s Phantom of the Mall: Eric’s Revenge. In the 1990s, he starred as Sgt. Chris Lorenzo in the CBS series Silk Stalkings.
He went on to star as Sam Towler / Kyle McBride in Melrose Place, gaining him wider recognition. Afterward, he played the role of Oliver Browne in the NBC sitcom Suddenly Susan. In the 2000s, he had recurring parts in Providence, Gilmore Girls, and CSI: Miami, as well as starred in the short-lived programs The Evidence and Women’s Murder Club. From 2008 to 2010, he starred as Harry Wilson in 90210.
In the following decade, he mostly landed guest and recurring roles on the small screen. He played Rob Maroney in Necessary Roughness, Vance Gordan in Daytime Divas, Colonel Parnell in The Night Shift, and Steve in Famous in Love. In addition, Estes has performed in some feature films, including Aces: Iron Eagle III and Hello Herman. This year, he played the role of Ken Scott in After We Collided.
In his 50s, Rob Estes maintains his lean built, as well as his overall health, thanks to his regular workout routine. Exercise has long been a part of his lifestyle, starting his fitness regimen decades ago. In an old interview, he got candid about his dedication to his physical training. “I’ll get up to exercise at 5:30 in the morning, because I have to get to work by 8 a.m.,” said the actor.
“So, four times a week, my trainer shows up and we’ll go mountain biking for 45 minutes near my home in the Santa Monica Mountains. That’s a great warm-up. I’ll ride over to these stairs up in the hills, and I run up and down those a couple of times.” The actor also boxes and lift weights.