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Rob Lowe

Rob Lowe
Rob Lowe

Rob Lowe is an American actor, and producer.

Rob Lowe was born Robert Hepler Lowe, in Charlottesville, Virginia, United States. His zodiac sign is Pisces, and in Chinese astrology, his sign is that of the Dragon.

As an actor, Rob Lowe has performed in movies such as "Knife Fight", released in 2012, "The Finest Hour"(1991) (Lawrence Hammer), "Bad Influence"(1990) (Alex), "Living in Peril"(1997) in which he portrays Walter Woods, "For Hire"(1997) playing Mitch Lawrence, and "Frank & Jesse"(1994) (character: Jesse James).

Later this year we will be able to see Rob Lowe in "Monster Trucks".

Rob Lowe has also produced movies such as "Telethon: An Evening for Bhutan", released in 2009, "Frank & Jesse"(1994).

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By Foywonder May 15th, 2011 You better not lay a finger on Rob Lowe's Butterfinger or else he might kill you...in his new horror comedy short Butterfinger the 13th. Yes, a short film directed by Rob... read





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