Rob was due to play the lead role of Mike Hammer in Come Die with Me, but unfortunately the decision was made to cancel production of this movie.
Rob proposed to Josie Bissett at the Big Bear mountain resort near Los Angeles.
An article in September '98's US Magazine featured Rob and his workout routine.
Rob's son, Mason, likes horses, so in his spare time Rob takes him to see polo matches.
Rob, and his wife at the time Josie, starred together in an ABC Family movie called Blended in 1994.
Rob is managed by International Creative Management who are based in Beverley Hills.
Rob lived in Michigan until he was 12, at which point he moved to Los Angeles.
Rob starred in Sweet Temptation in 1996.
For more than thirteen years, Rob was married to 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.
Rob gained widespread recognition for his role as Sergeant Chris Lorenzo in Silk Stalkings from 1990 to 1995.
One of Rob's first acting jobs was in the daytime drama Days of Our Lives playing Glenn Gallagher.
Rob is a graduate from the University of Southern California where he was a member of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. He graduated USC with a BFA in drama.
Rob won a Best Actor LA Indie Film Award nomination for his role in How to Go Out on a Date In Queens.
Rob is 5' 11"
Rob trained to become a stunt double. Whilst doing his training, he caught the acting bug.
He has two children with Josie Bissett; Mason Tru (b. 21 July 1999) and Maya Rose (b. 14 April 2002).
After 14 years of marriage, Rob and his wife, actress Josie Bissett, have separated.
Rob Estes (On his morning exercise routine): On a typical day, I'll get up to exercise at 5:30 in the morning, because I have to get to work by 8 a.m. So, four times a week, my trainer shows up and we'll go mountain biking for 45 minutes near my home in the Santa Monica Mountains. That's a great warm-up. I'll ride over to these stairs up in the hills, and I run up and down those a couple of times. Oh, man, that kills me. After that, we go home and box or lift weights.
Rob Estes (On holding his son for the first time): When she put him in my arms, I knew exactly how to be a father and I have never looked back. Not to say there aren't differences as he gets older; I think it just deepens. You come into contact with your own stuff, and you know there are bigger challenges.
Rob Estes: I see so many people who get wrapped up in the work, and hey, to each his own, but there are other things to do in life.
Rob Estes: I live in Seattle. I moved there because my soon-to-be ex-wife's family lived up there, so we moved up there for the kids. Then after we had been there for two years, we split, but I will stay there because the kids love it.
Rob Estes: Life is a little crazy. In this business, it's feast or famine.
Rob Estes: For the last four years I have stepped onto shows that have already existed, and I'm really interested in making something from the ground up, and seeing how that goes.