Stepping off the set of his hit television series “Parks and Recreations,” Rob Lowe scored the cover spot of Manhattan magazine’s Philanthropy issue.
While posing in designer duds from Louis Vuitton and Oliver Peoples for the Brian Bowen Smith-shot spread, the 49-year-old actor chatted up his lifelong friends Charlie Sheen and Sean Penn along with sharing details about learning from his life's struggles.
What began as an off-shoot from “The Office” has become one of the most beloved series on television, and last night (October 16) the cast of “Parks and Recreation” had a huge party for the show’s 100th episode.
Leslie Knope herself, Amy Poehler, led the shindig at The NBC Universal Studio in Los Angeles, complete with a celebratory cake and waffles.
They’re two staples at Pawnee’s city hall, and now Rob Lowe and Rashida Jones will be leaving their respective roles on “Parks and Recreation” the show’s executive producer Michael Schur confirmed on Wednesday (July 31).
The 37-year-old actress has played Ann Perkins since the comedy made its debut in 2009, while Mr. Lowe joined the cast as state auditor Chris Traeger during the show’s second season.