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Thomas Calabro (1959)

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Thomas F. Calabro is an American actor and director.


Calabro graduated from Fordham University in New York City.

Calabro began his acting career in theatre with various roles in New York. His first role was as Oberon in William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.

In 1990, Calabro became a member of the Actor's Studio and the Circle Repertory Company.

Calabro's most notable role was playing 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 also directed episodes of the show.

After Melrose Place, Calabro had recurring roles on CBS' Without A Trace and Touched By An Angel, and on F/X's Nip/Tuck.

Calabro currently has a recurring role on ABC Family's "Greek" as Rebecca Logan's father, ex-Senator Ken Logan.

In April 2009, People Magazine announced that Calabro would star in the 2009 series Melrose Place, a continuation of the original show, to be aired on The CW. He also appeared in Locker 13 in 2009.

Calabro is set to guest-star in an episode of Castle. He will play Scott Donner, a man who is suspected of murder.

Calabro has 3 children, Conner Calabro ,Augie Calabro and Luca Calabro .

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