July 22, 1963
Norfolk, Virginia, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Josie Bissett (1992-2006)
Erin Bolte (2010)
Robert Estes (born July 22, 1963; Norfolk, Virginia) is an American actor. He is best known for his roles as Harry Wilson on the teen drama 90210, as Sgt. Chris Lorenzo on the crime drama Silk Stalkings, and as Kyle McBride on the prime time soap opera Melrose Place.
Estes first became interested in an acting career while training to be a stunt double. One of his first acting jobs was in the soap opera Days of Our Lives playing Glenn Gallagher (1986–1987). He later gained widespread recognition for his role as Sergeant Chris Lorenzo in Silk Stalkings (1991–1995), half of the "dynamic duo" alongside Mitzi Kapture.
In 1993, Estes had a guest role on the prime time FOX soap opera Melrose Place, playing Sam Towler. Three years later, the producers of the series brought him back but cast him in a different role, that of restaurateur Kyle McBride. Estes played the role from 1996 to the series' cancellation in 1999.
Following Melrose Place he had guest starring roles on Providence, Suddenly Susan, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit and Gilmore Girls. He also performed in theatre, and had roles in Same Time, Next Year (2004) and The Lake (2005).
Estes starred in the comedic television movie I Do, They Don't (previously titled Blended), which also starred his Melrose Place co-star and then-wife Josie Bissett. The movie premiered on ABC Family Channel in March 2005. He made his return to series television playing Sean Cole in the ABC television crime drama The Evidence.
In 2008, he was cast in 90210 on the CW Network, as Harry Wilson. The series, like Melrose Place before it, is a spin-off from the original 1990s series Beverly Hills, 90210, marking Estes' third appearance in the franchise.
On January 20, 2010, Estes announced that the second season of 90210 would be his last. "This is my final season on 90210 and I wish the show, cast and crew nothing but the best. I am looking forward to spending time with my kids and exploring other opportunities," Estes said in a statement.
Personal life 
On 1 May 1992, Estes married actress Josie Bissett, another cast member of Melrose Place. In 2005, they separated, with Estes reportedly moving out of their Seattle home at his wife's request. The couple have two children, Mason True, born July 21, 1999 , and Maya Rose, born April 14, 2002 . In January 2006 the couple announced their plans to divorce.
|1989||Trapper Country War||Ryan Cassidy|
|Phantom of the Mall: Eric's Revenge||Peter Baldwin|
|1990||Checkered Flag||Mike Reardon|
|1992||Halfway House||Unknown Role|
|2006||How to Go Out on a Date in Queens||Artie|
|1986||CBS Schoolbreak Special||Billy|
|Days of Our Lives||Glenn Gallagher||Unknown episodes 1986-1987|
|1987||Student Exchange||Beach||TV Movie|
|1988||My Sister Sam||Unknown Role||1 episode - The Wrong Stuff|
|Perfect People||Monty||TV Movie|
|Simon & Simon||John Channing||1 episode|
|1989||Thunderboat Row||Unknown Role||TV Movie|
|21 Jump Street||Darryl||1 episode - Say It Ain't So, Pete|
|The Young Riders||Curly||1 episode - A Good Day to Die|
|1991||Zorro||Monty||1 episode - The New Zorro|
|Silk Stalkings||Sgt. Chris Lorenzo||100 episodes. 1991 - 1995|
|1992||Lady Against the Odds||Martin Anderson||TV Movie|
|1994||Come Die with Me: A Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer Mystery||Mike Hammer||TV Movie|
|1996||Bullet Hearts||Calvin Powers||TV Movie|
|Melrose Place||Sam Towler||seasons 1-2. 1993|
|Kyle McBride||seasons 5 - 7. 1996 - 1999|
|Sweet Temptation||Billy Stone||TV Movie|
|A Loss of Innocence||Erik Eriksen||TV Movie|
|1997||Close to Danger||Adam||TV Movie|
|1998||Terror in the Mall||Glen Savoy||TV Movie|
|1999||Outreach||Dr. Joe 'Coop' Cooper||TV Series|
|Suddenly Susan||Oliver Browne||20 episodes. 1999 - 2000|
|2000||The Man Who Used to Be Me||Sam (Younger)||TV Movie|
|Providence||John Hemming||7 episodes|
|2002||Home of the Brave||Jack Briggs||TV Movie|
|Counterstrike||ATF Special Agent Thomas Kellogg||TV Movie|
|The Twilight Zone||Scott Turner||1 episode|
|2003||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Dan Hoffman||1 episode - Desperate|
|Gilmore Girls||Jimmy||2 episodes - Say Goodnight Gracie - Here Comes the Son|
|2005||Soccer Moms||Ed||TV Movie|
|I Do, They Don't||Jim Barber||TV Movie|
|2006||The Evidence||Sean Cole||8 episodes|
|CSI: Miami||Nick Townsend||4 episodes. 2006 - 2007|
|2007||Women's Murder Club||Tom Hogan||13 episodes. 2007 - 2008|
|2008||90210||Harry Wilson||seasons 1 - 2. 2008 - 2010|
|2010–2011||Edge of the Garden||Main Character|
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