THOMAS CALABRO as Sam
| SAM | has starred in three different television series.
The first was the short-lived, but critically acclaimed drama, "Dreamstreet" on NBC
in 1990, the last was playing the title role in "Hard Knox" in 2001.
But the role of Michael Mancini on Aaron Spelling's "Melrose Place" is the one for which he
is internationally renowned.
has starred in many television movies ranging from "Columbo" with Peter Falk, to "Ice Spiders" most recently shot for the Sci-Fi Channel.
On the LA theatre scene, Calabro
starred with Richard Kind in "Gravity Shoes", directed by Ron Link, at the Hudson Theater
"Sweet Basil" performed at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, and "Open Admissions" at the Long Wharf Theater
in New Haven, CT. Calabro
directed the play "Orphans" which was performed at various homeless and rehabilitation centers in New York City.
He is a member of New York's Actor's Studio and Circle Repertory Lab.