Participant BioANTONIO SABATO JR. has proven to be one of the hottest commodities to come out of daytime television, nabbing a series of primetime roles and appearing in the most successful Calvin Klein underwear campaign in the company's history. Growing up in Rome, Sabato's first language is Italian and he didn't learn to speak English until he moved to Beverly Hills in 1984 with his mother and sister. His big break came when he was cast in the Janet Jackson video "Love Will Never Do Without You," shot by Herb Ritts. He joined the cast of ABC's "General Hospital" as Jagger Cates in the spring of 1992. That same year, he landed a coveted spot in People Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People issue. He reprised his famed "General Hospital" character on SOAPnet's "Night Shift," after winning NBC's hot summer series "Celebrity Circus," where he performed nearly-impossibly Cirque du Soleil-esque acts. One of Sabato's most memorable television roles was that of Heather Locklear's abusive ex-husband on "Melrose Place." His dating series, "My Antonio," set in Hawaii, was a hit for VH1. He also starred as serial killer Henry Lee Lucas in the indie feature "Drifter: The Henry Lee Lucas Story," for which he won Best Actor at The 2009 Beverly Hills Film Festival. Sabato is a fitness and auto-racing enthusiast, and an accomplished author with the book, No Excuses: Workout for Life.
Antonio Sabato Jr.'s fiancee is swapping with Mick Foley's wife in episode 5.