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Rob Lowe Doesn't Age, We Have the Proof! | Rob Lowe

Photo Evidence That Rob Lowe Is an Ageless Wonder

Originally posted 12/11/2013 01:30PM

Yes, Rob Lowe leads a celebrity's life, but things can be trying for the Parks and Recreation star.

Imagine how difficult it is for him to sort through his collection of headshots and personal photos when his stunning smile framed amongst a sculpted face looks the same age in every picture.

Who could possibly tell which shots belong in the 1989 folder and which are from last week's lunch date? This is a burden that the 49-year-old Lowe and his beaming blue eyes accept as fate.

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Rob Lowe: Why I Don't Mind Turning 50

Rob Lowe: Why I Don't Mind Turning 50

Originally posted 11/10/2013 03:25PM

Just months before his 50th birthday, Killing Kennedy star Rob Lowe is experiencing a career renaissance – but he is most excited about his life as a family man.

"My work life is so chaotic and we live in Santa Barbara so it is a very long drive but I'm home every night and I wake up in a beautiful area with my family," Lowe tells PEOPLE. "Sometimes on days off I don't even leave the property."

And although the past few months has been a busy time for the Parks and Recreation star, he is taking extra care to savor his last few months with his youngest son, John Owen, 18, before he goes off to college, following in the footsteps of his brother Matthew, 20, who is in his second year at Duke University.

"They are both so academically advanced," says the proud papa. "They have also been a handful at times but I wouldn't have it any other way. In fact, if they had not been I would have worried where my DNA was!"

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Will Rothhaar on What It Takes to Play Lee Harvey Oswald

Will Rothhaar: What It Takes to Play Killing Kennedy's Lee Harvey Oswald

Originally posted 11/10/2013 10:20AM

Many actors dream of playing a super hero or a knight in shining armor, but for Will Rothhaar, playing Kennedy assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was right up his alley.

"Oswald has always been vilified in a huge way but no one has gone in to intimate moments in his life. I was definitely eager to get in to it," Rothaar tells PEOPLE of being cast as JFK's killer in the new National Geographic Channel movie Killing Kennedy.

"It was fascinating to dig deep and find out things about him that I didn't know."

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