Thomas Calabro is an American actor best known for his role as Dr. Michael Mancini on Melrose Place. He was the only cast member to stay on the show throughout its entire run from 1992 until 1999.
He reprised his role in the short-lived remake of Melrose Place in 2009.
Calabro was born in Brooklyn, New York, and started acting in school plays at a young age. He went to Fordham University, where he got his big break when fellow student Denzel Washington had to drop out of the school's production of A Midsummer's Night Dream. Calabro took over the role, which lead to more theatre roles in New York.
Looking for more stable work, Calabro decided to move to Los Angeles for six months. It was soon after that he landed his most memorable role to date as Dr. Michael Mancini.
After landing the series regular role on Melrose Place, Calabro was the only cast member to stay on the show the entire run of the series. In addition, he directed several episodes.
Between seasons, he filmed three television movies: Sleep Baby Sleep, Stolen Innocence and LA Johns. After wrapping Melrose Place, Calabro guest starred in such series as Nip/Tuck, Without a Trace, Greek, Cold Case, Columbo, Ned & Stacey and Touched by an Angel.
On the big screen, Calabro starred in such features as Face to Face, Chill, Safehouse, Detention, Locker 13 and Elle: A Modern Cinderella Tale.