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    Lisa Rinna played Taylor McBride on the '90s show "Melrose Place." Since then, she's appeared on "Soap Talk," "Days of Our Lives," "Dancing With Stars" and "Veronica Mars." Rinna, 46, told the "Insider" that she'd love to come back to "Melrose" to reprise her role as McBride.
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    The stunning Laura Leighton, "Melrose Place's" Sydney Andrews, married co-star and America's favorite husband Doug Savant. After her first run on the show, Leighton appeared on series including "Boston Legal," "Law and Order: SVU" and "CSI: Miami." She returns to the new "Melrose" this fall.
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  • Melrose Place

    "Melrose Place's" resident heartthrob with a heart of gold Billy Campbell was played by Andrew Shue. Shue became a fan favorite. He left the show before its final season and since then has kept a low profile artistically -- he told the New York Daily News there's no way he'll appear on the new "Melrose." "My character was born out of the '90s. It's a different era now," he said in June.
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  • Melrose Place

    His breakout role may have been as the gay character on "Melrose Place," Matt Fielding, but Doug Savant still managed to land a wife out of the gig, actress and co-star Laura Leighton. And the role certainly didn't hurt his career. Now Savant plays the ultimate hetero, hunky Doug Scavo-- opposite Felicity Huffman-- on "Desperate Housewives."
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