Rob Lowe is perhaps best known as a member of the infamous “brat pack” which consisted of a teen heartthrob actor Rob and other young teen celebs who were often seen together, both on the big screen and off. The Brat Pack famously included stars such as Demi Moore, Emilio Estevez, Molly Ringwald and Anthony Michael Hall, some of whom went on to continue their successful careers, but most of which whose careers slowly tapered off as the eighties came to an end and many of them went on to become troubled adults.
Rob Lowe famously battled addiction and controversies included a sex tape that was leaked in 1988 which showed Lowe performing sexual acts with two females, one of which was later discovered to be only sixteen at the time the tape was made. But Lowe has definitely rebounded from the dark times, as was apparent during Lowe’s recently aired interview on Oprah. The actor discussed love, work, past demons, introduced his wife and two teen sons and discussed his brand new autobiography which is humorously titled “Stories I Only Tell My Friends” Rob Lowe also spoke of childhood friend Charlie Sheen saying that the pair love each other but agree to disagree about sobriety and went on to say that all of Sheen’s recent antics are “Honestly, it really is Charlie being Charlie,”