Knowledge Identifier: +Rob_Lowe
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1964.
Countries: United States (70%), United Kingdom (15%), (5%)
Linked to: Duke University, Oakwood Junior High School, Santa Monica High School, Vanity Fair
Lowe, a little-known actor at the time, and "Little House on the Prairie" actress Melissa Gilbert briefly met at age 14 in 1978 in the halls of the CBS Television Studios
Lowe broke up with Gilbert in 1986 when he began dating Princess Stéphanie of Monaco, but when the relationship with the princess ended, Gilbert and Lowe reunited
Natasha Richardson - She starred with Judi Dench, Michael Gambon and Kenneth Branagh in a 1987 & BBC adaptation of the Henrik Ibsen play "Ghosts"; with Maggie Smith and Rob Lowe in a 1993 BBC adaptation of "Suddenly, Last Summer" by Tennessee Williams; portrayed Zelda Fitzgerald in the 1993 television movie "Zelda"; and starred in "Haven" on CBS and "The Mastersons of Manhattan" on NBC.
Bob Swaim - There he developed several projects for MGM and directed "Masquerade" for the studio in 1988, starring Rob Lowe and Meg Tilly
Melissa Gilbert - The couple married on February 22, 1988, only seven weeks after she ended her relationship with Rob Lowe
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 pain-killers that the only two things he remembers from the trip was being at the "Sydney Zoo" and getting a tattoo
The Stand - The miniseries was broadcast in 1994, directed by Mick Garris, and starring such actors as Gary Sinise, Molly Ringwald, Rob Lowe, Miguel_Ferrer, Laura San Giacomo, Jamey Sheridan, Ossie Davis, Bill Fagerbakke and Shawnee Smith, with notable cameos including Ed Harris, Kathy Bates, and Sam Raimi
John Barrowman - He returned to the role of Billy Crocker in Trevor Nunn's 2003 West End revival of "Anything Goes", and appeared in West End non-musical dramas, such as his role as Wyndham Brandon in "Rope" at the Minerva Theatre, Chichester in 1993, and he starred as Lieutenant Jack Ross opposite Rob Lowe in the 2005 production of "A Few Good Men"
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 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
Ricky Gervais - Gervais starred in "Ghost Town", which was released on 19 September 2008, and was in Lowell, Massachusetts during May 2008 filming his next project, "The Invention of Lying", starring himself, Jennifer Garner, Rob Lowe and Louis C.K., with appearances by Tina Fey, Jeffrey Tambor, Jason Bateman, Roz Ryan, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Edward Norton
Saffron Burrows - In 2012, Burrows performed opposite Rob Lowe in the political comedy "Knife Fight"
Rob Riggle - In 2014, Riggle is expected to star with Rob Lowe in the pilot for the single-camera comedy "The Pro" as Bobby Welch, a former professional tennis player
In February 2015, Fox announced they have greenlit a pilot for the comedy The Grinder starring Rob Lowe and will be directed by Jake Kasdan
In October 2018, it was announced that Lowe will star in a new &ITV (ITV_(TV_network)) series, "Wild Bill," about an American policeman who moves to Boston, Lincolnshire with his daughter