Ah, Rob Lowe! The brat-packer everyone fancied, with his perfect big hair and his reckless attitude.
Rob Lowe was best personified in his defining role as the rebel sax player in St Elmo's Fire. He seemed set for big things, before blowing it all by videoing himself having sex with two teenage - and therefore, in America, legally underage girls.
Rob Lowe played on his newly publicised dark side by corrupting James Spader in the movie "Bad Influence", before making something of a comeback in "The West Wing".
Displaying the career steering skills he'd become famous for, he quit "The West Wing" for TV stinker "The Lyon's Den".
Rob Lowe's appearances in films like "Wayne's World" and the "Austin Powers" films lampoon his smug yuppie image and show he has a sense of humour about himself.