Come take a journey through the rich and varied cornucopia that is Rob Lowe's acting career.
Too Late To Say Goodbye (2009)
Rob Lowe plays a husband named Bart Corbin and since this is a Lifetime movie there's a chance he MURDERED HIS WIFE. Just look at his spooky facial expression.
Beach Girls (2005)
Beach Girls has the most misleading title ever. Lowe plays a hot lifeguard frolicking on the beach with a bunch of beach girls. Oh just kidding, he plays a widower searching for a connection to his dead wife.
The Christmas Shoes (2002)
Perhaps the greatest made-for-TV movie based on a song about shoes of all time. No Christmas movie is complete without a workaholic dad who's neglecting his family and that's where Lowe comes in. The terminally ill mother storyline is just gravy.
The Christmas Blessing (2005)
More Christmas Lowe! The workaholic Robert Layton returns in a brand new Christmas story that still involves shoes.
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999)
Rob Lowe was in this movie. And it involved time travel. He plays the young version of super villain Number Two. Eyepatch and all.
Outrage is a movie about how teenagers are the worst. It's Lowe as Tom Casey, a hero who calls the cops on some rapscallions.
Hostile Intent (1997)
Lowe stars as a genius hacker who is hunted by the government in a paintball game turned deadly. A paintball game. Turned deadly.
Living in Peril (1997)
Walter Woods (Lowe) is an architect who forgot the number one rule of getting your car towed--don't get the tow truck driver fired or he will seek revenge.
The Finest Hour (1997)
Lowe plays a Navy SEAL and mustache mustache mustache mustache mustache mustache mustache.
Illegally Yours (1998)
Lowe plays Richard Dice, a man who has to ask the question, which is worse: unrequited love or jury duty? (trombone sounds).
Oxford Blues (1984)
Lowe plays Nick De Angelo, an American who has to enroll at Oxford and sport a clean-cut, all-American-boy look to get the girl of his dreams.
The Outsiders (1983)
This is a movie about "greasers" who have problems with other "greasers." And Rob Lowe plays a "greaser" named... Sodapop Curtis.
Lowe plays a suave, rich prepster named Skip who has to room with a country bumpkin on scholarship. They're bound to have some turbulence, right?
A New Kind of Family (1979)
Lowe plays Tony Flanagan in this short-lived sitcom and hair hair hair hair hair hair hair hair.