Rob Lowe Doesn't Age and the Proof Is This Shirtless Vacation Photo

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Rob Lowe Doesn't Age and the Proof Is This Shirtless Vacation Photo

Oh, what we would do to be Rob Lowe on a boat right now!

The 9-1-1: Lone Star actor is soaking up the last few bits of summer and he's looking mighty good while doing so. Rob ditched his police uniform we're used to seeing on his Fox show and opted for as little as possible while posing on a boat with his two sons, John Owen and Matthew.

In Rob's latest Instagram post from vacation, all three relaxed on a boat while shirtless, in swim trunks and sunglasses. He captioned his post by writing, "Lowe boys on the Med."

At 58, the actor is obviously keeping up with his 26 and 28 year old sons. One fan even asked, "Are you a Vampire Mr Lowe 😂 what is your secret." Another person ran to Rob's comment section to say, "You giving these youngin’s a run for their money 🔥🔥." And this person said what we're all thinking when they wrote, "Honestly can’t believe you look about the same as when I was crushing on you in the 80s. 😂"

The apple doesn't fall far from the tree in the Lowe family. Like his father, John Owen is ready to break into the film industry and that's exactly what he's doing. Back in April he and the St. Elmo's Fire actor announced their upcoming Netflix comedy series Unstable.

Inspired by their real-life relationship and constant trolling of each other online, John Owen took to Instagram to share the news and take another dig at his father by writing, "So excited for this. Who would have known that my childhood trauma would pay off!?"

Unstable follows a socially challenged son (John Owen) who works for his successful, eccentric father (Rob Lowe) at a cutting-edge biotech research company that needs some major help to avoid disaster.

Along with starring in and producing the latest season of 9-1-1: Lone Star (it sounds like new episodes won't return until 2023), it looks like Rob has been keeping busy and that family vacay was much needed.


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