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Rob Lowe

Rob Lowe

Robert Hepler Lowe[1] (/loʊ/; born March 17, 1964)[2][1] is an American actor, producer, and director. He is the recipient of two Screen Actors Guild Awards and has been nominated for six Golden Globes Awards and a Primetime Emmy Award.

Lowe made his acting debut at the age of 15 with ABC's short-lived sitcom A New Kind of Family (1979–1980). Following numerous television roles in the early 1980s, he came to prominence as a teen idol and member of the Brat Pack with roles in films like The Outsiders (1983), Class (1983), The Hotel New Hampshire (1984), Oxford Blues (1984), St. Elmo's Fire (1985), About Last Night... (1986), and Square Dance (1987). The success of these films established him as a Hollywood star.

Following a 1988 sex tape scandal, Lowe's public image and film career declined. By the turn of the millennium, his career saw a resurgence when he ventured back into television, making his breakthrough as Sam Seaborn on the NBC political drama The West Wing (1999–2003), for which he received nominations for a Primetime Emmy Award and two Golden Globe Awards. His other television roles include Robert McCallister on the ABC drama Brothers & Sisters (2006–2010), Chris Traeger on the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation (2010–2014), Dr. Ethan Willis on the CBS medical drama Code Black (2015–2018), and the A&E reality series The Lowe Files(2017), in which he appears with his two sons, Matthew and John Owen. In 2018, he made his directorial debut with the television film The Bad Seed, a remake of the 1956 film of the same name.

Rob Lowe
Robert Hepler Lowe

(1964-03-17)March 17, 1964
OccupationActor, director, producer
Years active1979–present
Sheryl Berkoff (m. 1991)
RelativesChad Lowe (brother)

Early life

Lowe was born in Charlottesville, Virginia, to Barbara, a teacher, and Chuck Lowe, a trial lawyer.[3] His parents divorced when Lowe and his younger brother Chad were young.[4]

Lowe was baptized into the Episcopal church.[5] He is of German, English, Irish, Scottish and Welsh ancestry. On the show Who Do You Think You Are?, Lowe found out that one of his ancestors, Christopher East, was a Hessian soldier. His ancestor was fighting under the command of Colonel Johann Gottlieb Rall and was captured at the American victory at Trenton, New Jersey, on the morning of December 26, 1776. As an American POW, his ancestor was given a choice, and took the option to stay in the United States.[6]

Lowe was raised in a "traditional American setting"[5] in Dayton, Ohio, attending Oakwood Junior High School, before moving to the Point Dume area of Malibu, California, with his mother and brother.[7][8] In California, he attended Santa Monica High School, where he met Charlie Sheen. In his autobiography Stories I Only Tell My Friends, he wrote regarding Sheen, "We were both nerds [...] he wanted to be a baseball player."[9]


Lowe at the Governor's Ball party after the 1989 Academy Awards

Lowe at the Governor's Ball party after the 1989 Academy Awards

One of Lowe's earliest roles came in the 1983 TV film Thursday's Child, for which he received his first Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Television Film.[10] He also appeared in the music video for The Go-Go's song, "Turn to You." His breakthrough role was his big screen debut in 1983, when he and Emilio Estevez were cast in Francis Ford Coppola's The Outsiders. Lowe played the role of Sodapop Curtis, the brother of the main character Ponyboy Curtis (C. Thomas Howell) and Darrel Curtis (Patrick Swayze). Lowe and Estevez reunited in St. Elmo's Fire, making them the two more prominent actors from the group known as the Brat Pack. About Last Night... followed, with Demi Moore (who had starred alongside Lowe in St. Elmo's Fire). He then received his second Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his role as the mentally disabled Rory in Square Dance (1987). In August 1987 he performed on stage, playing Baron Tusenbach in Chekov's The Three Sisters at The Williamstown Theatre Festival.[11] He recalled meeting Paul Newman there, and that the older actor encouraged him to work in the theatre in 1993 when filming a British TV production of the Tennessee Williams play Suddenly, Last Summer with (the now) Dame Maggie Smith and Natasha Richardson.[12]

Lowe played Sam Seaborn in the television series The West Wing from 1999 to 2003 (and briefly in 2006). His performance in the show garnered Lowe a Primetime Emmy Award nomination[13] and two Golden Globe Award nominations for Best Actor in a Drama Series. Lowe was drawn to the role because of his personal love of politics, and his longstanding personal relationship with Martin Sheen, who was cast as the President. When the show premiered, Seaborn was considered the lead, and the pilot centered on the character. But the acclaimed cast of the show—including Allison Janney, Richard Schiff, Dulé Hill, John Spencer, Bradley Whitford, Martin Sheen (who was initially scripted as a small role) and Stockard Channing (whose First Lady was initially scripted as a guest role)— were all strong actors and eventually Lowe's character was no longer the lead. Lowe and series creator Aaron Sorkin soon found themselves at odds over the network's meddling with the show, most notably the network demanding changes in the Sam Seaborn character. Eventually, Lowe left the series, not long before Sorkin and director/executive producer Thomas Schlamme unceremoniously quit over a dispute with NBC. During the final season of The West Wing, Lowe returned to his role of Sam Seaborn, appearing in two of the final four episodes. In 2011, Lowe appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show and stated that he left the show because he did not feel he was being respected, when the other lead characters received a raise and he did not.[14]


After leaving the show, Lowe was the star and executive producer of a failed NBC drama, The Lyon's Den (2003). In 2004, he tried again in a series entitled Dr. Vegas, but it also was quickly cancelled. In 2005, he starred as Lieutenant Daniel Kaffee in a London West End production of Sorkin's play A Few Good Men, the first time the two had worked together since The West Wing. Although Lowe had expressed unhappiness about his decreased role on that show at the time of his departure, he has now repeatedly said that any animosity between them is over and that he was pleased to be working once more with Sorkin, whose talents as a writer Lowe highly regards. Lowe passed on the role of Derek Shepherd of Grey's Anatomy, which eventually went to Patrick Dempsey.[15]

Despite his two cancelled TV series and flops like View From the Top and the made-for-TV movie Perfect Strangers during his post–West Wing run, Lowe found success in the TV miniseries genre. The year 2004 marked his return to this genre; he had appeared in 1994's The Stand, based on Stephen King's book of the same name. In 2004 Lowe starred in the TNT remake of the Stephen King miniseries Salem's Lot which was the highest rated cable program of that summer and the highest ratings TNT original programming had at the time. In 2005 Lowe starred in the miniseries Beach Girls on the Lifetime network, based on the Luanne Rice novel of the same name. The series premiere received the highest ratings for a movie premiere in Lifetime history. In that same year, Lowe filmed his role as a movie agent in the 2006 independent film Thank You for Smoking. In 2006 he filmed The Perfect Day for TNT, in which he took a pay cut to film in New Orleans in order to help the hurricane-ravaged area. That same year, Lowe filmed Stir of Echoes: The Homecoming, the sequel to the 1999 Kevin Bacon thriller Stir of Echoes.

In 2006, it was announced that Lowe would join the cast of Brothers & Sisters for a guest run of several episodes. In January 2007, ABC announced that Lowe would be staying on Brothers and Sisters as a "special guest star" for the rest of Season 1 after Lowe's initial appearance on the show in November 2006 brought the best ratings and demographic showing for the show since its premiere. Soon after ABC announced an early Season 2 renewal for Brother & Sisters in March 2007, Lowe announced he would be returning for the show's second season. He continued to appear in the series until the end of the 2009–10 season. Unhappy with the stories and his lack of screen time in the fourth season, Lowe announced he would leave. In an episode broadcast on May 16, 2010, his character was part of a multi-vehicle crash involving a large truck and was put into a coma, the storyline was wrapped up in the first episode of the fifth season; Lowe did not appear in the episode.

In June 2006, he was the guest host for an episode in the third series of The Friday Night Project for the United Kingdom's Channel 4. Lowe has also appeared in a televised advertisement for 'Visit California', along with other celebrities including Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. (In the advertisement campaign, he was usually pictured in a white tee-shirt printed with the California state flag.) Lowe had a supporting role in the 2009 movie The Invention of Lying[16] and a leading role in Too Late to Say Goodbye.[17]


In 2010, he appeared in the biography of the Brat Packers called: Brat Pack: Where Are They Now? He also appeared on The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien. Lowe is currently teaming up with 44 Blue to produce a reality series entitled Potomac Fever about young adults living in Washington, D.C.[18]

In July 2010, it was announced that Lowe would be providing the voice for the superhero Captain Marvel in the upcoming animated series, Young Justice.[19] It was also announced in July 2010 that Lowe would become a series regular on the series Parks and Recreation.[20] In 2011, Lowe guest starred in a recurring role on Showtime's comedy Californication. Lowe featured as the troubled but in-demand actor Eddie Nero – a character based upon "about ten people", according to Lowe[21] but somewhat contradicted by sources at Showtime itself[22] – employed to portray Hank in a film version of his book, Fucking and Punching.[23]

In 2011, Lowe wrote a memoir titled Stories I Only Tell My Friends, which was released in May 2011.[24][25] During his promotional tour for Stories I Only Tell My Friends, Lowe told Australian radio show The Kyle & Jackie O Show that during his five-day press visit to Australia in 1990, he was so badly affected by the overuse of painkillers that the only two things he remembers from the trip were being at the Sydney Zoo and getting a tattoo,[26] although he states in his book that he does not remember getting the tattoo. In 2014, Lowe wrote a second book titled Love Life, which was released in April that year. He uses stories and observations from his life in a poignant and humorous series of true tales about men and women, art and commerce, fathers and sons, addiction and recovery, and sex and love.

In 2014, Lowe starred in a pilot for the single-camera comedy The Pro as Ben Bertrahm, a former professional tennis player.[27] The pilot was not picked up for series.[28][29] He also narrated The '90s: The Last Great Decade? on the National Geographic Channel, which aired in July of that year.[30] In 2015, Lowe starred in the satirical thriller Pocket Listing[31]

Lowe has been a commercial spokesman for DirecTV since fall 2014. Commercials featuring Lowe contrast him with some alternate, less appealing form of Lowe, who instead has cable.[32] The advertisements were pulled in April 2015 after the National Advertising Division, acting on a complaint by Comcast, found DirecTV's claims about its customer satisfaction, quality, and ranking to be less than truthful.[33]

In February 2015, Fox announced they had greenlit a pilot for the comedy The Grinder starring Lowe and directed by Jake Kasdan.[34]

Since November 2015, Lowe voices Simba in the Disney movie and series The Lion Guard.[35]

In December 2015, Lowe was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. His star is located in front of the Musso and Frank Grill on Hollywood Boulevard.[36]

In 2015, Lowe launched Profile™,[37] a men's skincare product line. The line features a collection of five antiaging products specially formulated for men. It is currently sold at Nordstrom stores and online.[38] The product collection includes a cleanser, a shave gel, an aftershave serum, a moisturizer, and an eye serum in the price range of $24.50 to $59.50.[39] In 2016, Lowe launched a fragrance product line called 18 Amber Wood with the Profile™ brand.[40]

On August 27, 2016, a TV special for Comedy Central Roasts was recorded and aired on September 5, 2016, with Rob Lowe as the Roastee and David Spade as Roast Master. Amongst the Roasters were Jewel, Nikki Glaser, Ralph Macchio, Pete Davidson, Peyton Manning, Rob Riggle, Jimmy Carr, Ann Coulter and the "Roast Master General" Jeff Ross.[41]

On April 21, 2017, KFC released a campaign featuring Lowe as astronaut Colonel Sanders giving a JFK speech spoof/homage about launching the Zinger chicken sandwich into space.[42] Lowe said in a statement that when he was a child, his grandfather took him to meet Harland Sanders.[43]

In late autumn 2017, Lowe began a reality series with his two sons, 24-year-old Matthew and 22-year-old Jon Owen, on A&E titled The Lowe Files. With the exception of the hour-long pilot, the series features 30-minute road trips with the Lowe boys, and occasional TV guest stars known in the field, investigating common urban myths and legends that Rob has loved since he was a young boy and has shared with his boys throughout their growth, sometimes to the frustration of the boys' mom and Lowe's wife, Sheryl. Some of the topics being explored are Bigfoot/Sasquatch, the alleged unidentified "submerged" objects that may have a base off the coast from Los Angeles, alien abduction, and ghosts and their direct responses to stumuli. The series debuted on August 2, 2017.

On January 3, 2018, Atkins Nutritionals announced Lowe as a new brand spokesperson. Due to his "low carb lifestyle", Lowe was selected for a series of multimedia ads that were still airing throughout 2019.[44][45]

In October 2018, it was announced that Lowe will star in a new ITV series, Wild Bill, about an American policeman who moves to Boston, Lincolnshire with his daughter.[46]

On March 19, 2019, Lowe began hosting the Fox competition series Mental Samurai where he also serves as a producer.

Personal life

Family and relationships

Lowe married Sheryl Berkoff in 1991. They met on a blind date in 1983, and again on the set of Lowe's movie Bad Influence.[47] The couple have two sons: Edward Matthew Lowe (b. 1993) and John Owen Lowe (b. 1995).[1]

Sex tape

In 1988, Lowe was involved in a sex scandal over a videotape of him having sex with a 16-year-old girl he met in a nightclub. They were videotaped the night before the Democratic National Convention in Atlanta, Georgia. As the age of consent in Georgia was 14 at the time (until 1995 when it was raised to 16), both were of legal age to engage in sexual activity, although 18 was the legal age to be involved in such a recording.[48] At the time, Lowe was campaigning for Michael Dukakis.[49]

Another part of the same tape was leaked at the time, showing Lowe and friend Justin Moritt both having vaginal and oral sex with a young American model named Jennifer, who was never identified, in a hotel room in Paris. This part of the original tape was sold as one of the first commercially available celebrity sex tapes, damaging Lowe's public image.[50] Eventually, his career rebounded and Lowe mocked his own behavior during two post-scandal appearances as host of Saturday Night Live.[51]

Nanny lawsuit cases

Lowe in 2008

Lowe in 2008

In April 2008, Lowe filed separate lawsuits against three former employees accusing them of breach of contract, defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Lowe accused an ex‑nanny of engaging in a scheme to hurt him and his wife by spreading "malicious lies". Another former nanny was accused of falsely claiming to have had a personal and intimate relationship with Lowe, and also repeatedly expressing romantic interest in Lowe, claiming Lowe sexually harassed her and that Sheryl Lowe was an abusive employer. Rob Lowe claimed a former chef engaged in sex on their bed when the family was out of town, stole prescription drugs from the Lowes, broke several security cameras, overcharged them for food, and allegedly made statements to various people that Sheryl was heartless, cold and unclean.[52]

Jessica Gibson, Lowe's 24-year-old former nanny, made 12 allegations against Lowe involving sexual harassment claims and labor-code violations. On June 19, 2008, Santa Barbara, California, Superior Court Judge Denise de Bellefeuille dismissed two allegations regarding labor-code violations due to lack of legal basis.[53] The legal battle ended in May 2009. The press reported that court records showed that lawsuits filed by both nannies and Lowe were dismissed in Santa Barbara. Attorneys for both women and Lowe sought the dismissals.[54]


Lowe was the first male spokesman for the 2000 Lee National Denim Day fundraiser, which raises money for breast cancer research and education. His grandmother and great-grandmother both suffered from breast cancer, and his mother died of the disease in late 2003.[55][56]

Lowe is a founder of the Homeowner's Defense Fund, a Santa Barbara County non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to local control of land-use planning and transparency in government. The average price of tract homes in Santa Barbara in early 2006 was US$1,100,000, which motivated some to propose denser housing on existing lots. While in favor of increasing housing density, Lowe sought to build a 14,260-square-foot (1,325 m2) mansion for himself on an empty lot in Montecito, California.[57] His protest over the appearance of the address of the empty lot in the Santa Barbara News-Press precipitated a mass resignation of senior employees at that newspaper on July 6, 2006.[58][59][60]



1983The OutsidersSodapop Curtis
1983ClassFranklin 'Skip' Burroughs IV
1984The Hotel New HampshireJohn Berry
1984Oxford BluesNick De Angelo
1985St. Elmo's FireBilly HicksGolden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actor
1986YoungbloodDean Youngblood
1986About Last NightDanny Martin
1987Square DanceRory TorranceAlternate title: Home Is Where the Heart Is
1988MasqueradeTim Whalen
1988Illegally YoursRichard Dice
1990Bad InfluenceAlex
1991The Dark BackwardDirk DeltaAlternate title: The Man with Three Arms
1992Wayne's WorldBenjamin Kane
1992The Finest HourLawrence Hammer
1994Frank and JesseJesse JamesAlso co-producer
1995Tommy BoyPaul BarishUncredited
1996First DegreeDet. Rick MalloryDirect-to-video
1996Mulholland FallsHoodlumUncredited
1997Austin Powers: International Man of MysteryDecapitated henchman's friendUncredited cameo
1997Living in PerilWalter Woods
1997ContactRichard Rank
1997Hostile IntentCleary
1998For HireMitch Lawrence
1998One Hell of a GuyNick
1998Crazy SixBillie/Crazy Six
1999Dead SilentKevin Finney
1999Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged MeYoung Number Two
2000Under PressureJohn Spencer
2000The SpecialsThe Weevil/Tony
2001ProximityWilliam Conroy
2002Austin Powers in GoldmemberMiddle Number Two
2003View from the TopCo-Pilot Steve Bench
2005Thank You for SmokingJeff Megall
2009The Invention of LyingBrad Kessler
2011I Melt with YouJonathanAlso executive producer
2011Breakaway[61]Coach Dan Winters
2012Knife FightPaul Turner
2013Behind the CandelabraDr. Jack Startz
2014Sex TapeHank Rosenbaum
2014The InterviewHimselfUncredited cameo
2016Pocket ListingFrank Hunter
2016Monster TrucksReece Tenneson[62][63]
2017How to Be a Latin LoverRick the Gigolo
2017Mune: Guardian of the MoonSohone (voice)
2018Super Troopers 2Guy Le Franc
2019Christmas in the Wild

Television films

1983Thursday's ChildSam Alden
1990If the Shoe FitsFrancesco SalvitoreAlternate title: Stroke Of Midnight
1996On Dangerous GroundSean Dillon
1997Midnight ManSean Dillon
1998OutrageTom Casey
1999Atomic TrainJohn Seger
1999Winding RoadsPartygoer
2001Jane DoeDavid Doe
2002FramedDet. Mike Santini
2002The Christmas ShoesRobert Layton
2004Perfect StrangersLloyd Rockwell
2005The Christmas BlessingRobert Layton
2006A Perfect DayRob Harlan
2007Stir of Echoes: The HomecomingTed Cogan
2009Too Late to Say GoodbyeBart Corbin
2012Drew Peterson: UntouchableDrew Peterson
2013Prosecuting Casey AnthonyJeff AshtonAlso executive producer
2013Killing KennedyJohn F. Kennedy
2015Beautiful & Twisted[64]Ben Novack, Jr.Also executive producer
2015The Lion Guard: Return of the RoarSimba (voice)
2017The Lion Guard: The Rise of ScarSimba (voice)
2018The Bad SeedDavid GrossmanAlso director and executive producer

Television series

1979–1980A New Kind of FamilyTony Flannagan11 episodes
1980ABC Afterschool SpecialCharles ElderberryEpisode: "Schoolboy Father"
1981ABC Afterschool SpecialJeff BartlettEpisode: "A Matter of Time"
1990–2000Saturday Night LiveHost3 episodes
1993Great PerformancesDoctor CukrowiczEpisode: "Suddenly, Last Summer"
1994The StandNick Andros4 episodes
1995The Larry Sanders ShowHimselfEpisode: "The Bump"
1998Stories from My ChildhoodIvan (voice)Episode: "Ivan and His Magic Pony"
1999–2003, 2006The West WingSam Seaborn80 episodes
2003The Lyon's DenJack Turner13 episodes; also executive producer
2004Dr. VegasDr. Billy Grant10 episodes; also executive producer
2004Salem's LotBen Mears2 episodes
2005Beach GirlsJack Kilvert6 episodes
2006–2010Brothers & SistersRobert McCallister76 episodes
2007Family GuyStanford Cordray (voice)Episode: "Road to Rupert"
2009Family GuyHimself (voice)Episode: "Not All Dogs Go to Heaven"
2010–2015Parks and RecreationChris Traeger76 episodes
2011Young JusticeCaptain Marvel (voice)2 episodes
2011–2014CalifornicationEddie Nero6 episodes
2013Franklin & BashHimselfEpisode: "Shoot to Kill"
2014The ProBen BertrahmPilot; also executive producer
2015Moonbeam CityDazzle Novak (voice)10 episodes; also producer
2015–2016The GrinderDean Sanderson22 episodes; also executive producer
2015You, Me and the ApocalypseFather Jude Sutton8 episodes
2016–presentThe Lion GuardSimba (voice)23 episodes
2016Comedy Central Roast of Rob LoweHimself/RoasteeTelevision special
2016–2018Code BlackDr. Ethan Willis29 episodes
2017The Lowe FilesHimself (host)9 episodes; also executive producer
2017The OrvilleDarulio2 episodes
2019Mental SamuraiHimself (host)10 episodes; also producer
2019Wild BillChief Constable Bill Hixon6 episodes; also executive producer
20209-1-1: Lone StarCapt. Owen StrandLead Role

Video game

1996Fox HuntEdison PettiboneLive action[65]

Awards and nominations

YearAssociationCategoryNominated workResult
1983Golden Globe AwardsBest Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television FilmThursday's ChildNominated
1985Golden Raspberry AwardsWorst Supporting ActorSt. Elmo's FireWon
1988Golden Globe AwardsBest Supporting Actor – Motion PictureSquare DanceNominated
2000Best Actor – Television Series DramaThe West WingNominated
Satellite AwardsBest Cast – Television SeriesWon
2001Golden Globe AwardsBest Actor – Television Series DramaNominated
Primetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Lead Actor in a Drama SeriesNominated
Screen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama SeriesWon
2014Golden Globe AwardsBest Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television FilmBehind the CandelabraNominated
Screen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Miniseries or Television MovieKilling KennedyNominated
2016Golden Globe AwardsBest Actor – Television Series Musical or ComedyThe GrinderNominated
People's Choice AwardsFavorite Actor in a New TV SeriesNominated

In December 2017, Lowe was chosen to receive the Horatio Alger Award for 2018. The Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans recognizes people who have overcome personal challenges to achieve personal and professional success.[66]


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