Rob Lowe's Sons Are All Grown up and They’re Just as Handsome as Their Dad

Rebelander Basilan
Sep 02, 2019
02:20 P.M.
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Rob Lowe’s sons inherited, without doubt, their famous father’s genes.

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The “Oxford Blues” actor shares sons Edward Matthew and John Owen with his wife, Sheryl Berkoff.

Rob recently shared his pride as his children succeed in their college studies.

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As shown in a photo Rob shared on Instagram, Edward and John – born in 1993 and 1995, respectively – have grown to be young handsome men.

Rob and Sheryl tied the knot in 1991 and produced two sons within four years.

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TIGHT-KNIT FAMILY

It’s obvious from Rob’s photos on Instagram that the family is quite tight-knit. Some of their photos show them traveling together.

It’s obvious from all their pictures that the four of them are very close.

Rob shares snaps of his bonding moments with his sons and wife to her more than one million followers on Instagram.  

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Rob, a recipient of two Screen Actors Guild Awards, has appeared in dozens of movies and television series since making his acting debut at the age 15 on the sitcom “A New Kind of Family.”

He rose to prominence as a teen idol in the 1980s, starring in films like “The Outsiders” in 1983, “The Hotel New Hampshire” in 1984, “St. Elmo’s Fire” in 1985, “About Last Night” in 1986, and “Square Dance in 1987.

His excellent acting has earned Rob nominations for Golden Globes Awards and a Primetime Emmy Award.

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PROUD FATHER OF COLLEGE STUDENTS

Rob recently shared his pride as his children succeed in their college studies.

But he later deleted his post, perhaps realizing that it was fueling the outcry against celebrities paying millions in bribes to get their children admitted to prestigious American universities.

John Lowe wrote that he was disgusted at the thought that students who deserved it could miss the opportunity to attend a dream school because others took their slot through bribery.

Dozens of people, including Hollywood actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, have been indicted for paying millions in bribes to get their children admitted to prestigious universities.

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