|Full name||Robert Hepler Lowe|
|Know as||Rob Lowe, Robin Lowe, Lowe, Rob|
|Birth place||Charlottesville, Virginia, United States|
|Age||54 years, 7 month, 2 days|
|Height||5' 11" (1.8 m)|
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Robert Hepler Lowe Biography:
Produced in Virginia in 1964, actor Rob Lowe became a Hollywood heartthrob with starring characters inSt. Elmo’s Fire(1985) and About Last Night… (1986). Following an episode using a female minor, he vanished in the public eye for quite some time, eventually reestablishing himself about the favorite drama The West Wing. After successes contained featured characters onBrothers & Sisters andParks and Recreation, along with a Golden Globe nomination because of his work with The Grinder.
He climbed to fame on the big screen in the early ’80s as an associate of the Brat Pack, as well as other young performers like Emilio Estevez, Molly Ringwald and Judd Nelson. These characters made him one of the most popular young heartthrobs of the 1980s.
In 1988, Lowe made headlines using a scandal that involved a video camera as well as a female minor. Following the event, Lowe took a few years away and pulled away to Santa Barbara, California, where he beat a drug and alcohol issue and concentrated on truly being a family man. Lowe wedded makeup artist Sheryl Berkoff in 1991. They got two kids, Edward Matthew (born in 1993) and John Owen (1995).
Lowe was cast in the continuing character of Sam Seaborn, Deputy Communications Manager. In 2002, he declared he was leaving the hit show as an outcome of procrastinated wages discussions.
In 2003, Lowe signed to star in NBC’s short lived drama TheLyon’s Den, playing an up and coming lawyer fighting to distance himself from his well known senator dad. His following headlining part in Dr. Vegas, about a casino physician amid the temptations of Sin City, additionally fast fizzled.
The celebrity recovered his ground asSenator RobertMcCallister on the dramaBrothers & Sisters, advancing from a part time into a featured character through the show’s five seasons. He have the same run while bending his comedic chops to the sitcomParks and Recreation,initially appearing in a guest character in 2010 before being a regular cast member. For the time being, he churned out two memoirs,Narratives I Just Tell My Buddies: An Autobiography (2011) and Love Life (2014).
Following his appearance in the ending of Parks and Recreation in 2015, Lowe started a brand new phase of his career having a starring role on The Grinder. His performance asDean Sanderson, an actor who takes advantage of his family-oriented smaller brother, played by Fred Savage, was a success with critics and garnered him a Golden Globe nomination.