02:39 PM EDT 01/22/2016
Hello, Handsome(s)! The Grinder Costars Rob Lowe and Colton Haynes Share (On-Screen) Father-Son Selfies
Originally posted 01/21/2016 12:25PM
Colton Haynes is set to guest-star as Rob Lowe's son in The Grinder, and the resemblance is rather impressive when you put them side by side.
Haynes, 27, will appear in the Feb. 2 episode of the Fox comedy as Mitch Grinder's son Luke.
Originally posted 01/05/2016 12:25PM
Patrick Schwarzenegger had quite the crew to help him pop the cork on 2016.
Josh Groban, Rob Lowe and More Stars Join GOP Debate Commentary and Get to the Bottom of 'Who's Coughing'
Originally posted 12/16/2015 12:55PM
Hollywood was watching Tuesday night as the Republican presidential hopefuls faced off in their fifth and final debate of 2015 at The Venetian in Las Vegas.
Gwyneth Paltrow Supports Longtime Friend Rob Lowe as He Receives His Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Originally posted 12/09/2015 04:55PM
Even in the midst of dealing with a robbery at her Goop New York City pop-up store, Gwyneth Paltrow still makes time for her friends.
Originally posted 11/14/2015 12:45AM
Many celebrities sent their thoughts and prayers to the French people following the death of at least 150 people and many wounded by shootings and suicide-bomb attacks in Paris.
Originally posted 11/13/2015 10:55AM
The host, producer and designer's grooming line will launch in 2016
Originally posted 10/10/2015 10:10AM
The actor tells PEOPLE all about his new skincare line, going gray and more
Originally posted 09/30/2015 06:35PM
Lowe plays an actor known for his role as a TV lawyer on Fox's new comedy The Grinder and says the show parodies the objectification portrayed on primetime dramas – including hits from Shonda Rhimes.
Rob Lowe 2020? The Grinder Star Dishes Which Career He Would Have Pursued Beyond Acting If He'd 'Had the Guts'
Originally posted 09/29/2015 12:45PM
Rob Lowe returns to TV in all of his heartthrob glory on Tuesday night as the actor stars alongside Fred Savage in Fox's new comedy The Grinder.
"The show is about a beloved television icon coming to terms with the end of his eight-year hit legal drama ending and realizing that what he really wants is a normal, authentic family life," Lowe tells PEOPLE about his character on the show.
"He decides he's going to join the family business which is practicing law, without actually knowing anything about the actual law."
The premise wasn't a stretch for the former political drama star, who admits to feeling similarly inspired to make a career switch after working on The West Wing.
"I have to be honest, if I had the guts to do it, I would love to after having played Sam Seaborn on The West Wing for so long to take a sabbatical and be in the trenches and have a presidential campaign."
Originally posted 09/22/2015 02:45PM
"I've been fortunate that I've always, always, always worked. Even after the sex tape was made public, it was like: You're still a professional baseball player, but you're playing for Double or Triple A," Lowe, 51, says in the new issue of GQ, on stands Monday. "I lost the role in Titanic that Billy Zane got. But I was never banned from the game."
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