Rob Lowe's autobiography: Stories I Only Tell My Friends
Rob Lowe, famous Brat Pack heartthrob, beloved TV actor and definitely on our list of sexiest men alive (note to People Magazine: He is sexier than ever!), has a new book out. Stories I Only Tell My Friends is a must-read for anyone wanting the scoop on Lowe, Hollywood and the wild world of show business.
If you're a Brat Pack fanatic or went crazy for The West Wing, Rob Lowe's telling and entertaining autobiography will give you the inside dish on his life and the whirlwind nature of Hollywood. This book has all the behind-the-scenes details you could ever hope for (well, except that sex tape scandal or nanny ordeal). Without callousness or regret, Lowe discusses acting, the excess of the '80s, sobriety and family.
Stories I Only Tell My Friends: An Autobiography by Rob Lowe
Rob Lowe was swept from the painfully misunderstood life of a child actor in Ohio and cast into the wild mid-1970s Malibu scene early on. An iconic teen dream at 15 and a full-fledged member of the Brat Pack by 20, Lowe experienced the party-fueled nature of young Hollywood. In constant pursuit of success, he grew into one of the industry's A-listers in no time.
From the youth movement of The Outsiders to the politics of show business on The West Wing, Lowe walked amongst some of the most well-known actors in Hollywood (he talks about sharing a bed with Tom Cruise, Matt Dillon's smooth moves and more). Lowe's recollections of these times and those people are a candid and oftentimes hilarious collection of never-before-heard stories.
From fame to family, from sorrow to sobriety, Lowe talks about everywhere he has been and what led him to the life of a content husband and father.