Rob Lowe Height

Be funny whenever possible, even if some people don't get it.

American actor and director, Rob Lowe is known for starring in The Outsiders, Youngblood, and Wayne's World. On TV he has appeared on The West Wing, Brothers & Sisters, Parks and Recreation, Code Black, and Lone Star.

Rob Lowe had once mentioned his height as 5 feet 11 inches.

After taking a careful look at him and comparing his height to that of Brad Pitt (5'11"), Jimmy Kimmel (5'11¼"), and a few more people, we think Rob is clearly a bit shorter than his claimed height.

The height of Rob Lowe is

5 ft 10 in (178 cm)

Rob Lowe standing with Zac Efron and Chris Hemsworth
Rob Lowe with Zac Efron (5'8") and Chris Hemsworth (6'3")

Here is some more great Rob Lowe quotes.

The greatest motivator.

Can someone explain the vitriol whenever Ayn Rand comes up? 'Atlas' is the greatest motivator for the individual that I can imagine.

On sobriety.

Sobriety was the greatest gift I ever gave myself. I don't put it on a platform. I don't campaign about it. It's just something that works for me. It enabled me to really connect with another human being - my wife, Sheryl - which I was never able to do before.

On maturity.

I think part of maturity is knowing who you are.

Funny people are smart.

I've never met a funny person who wasn't smart. I've met a lot of dramatic people who were stupid.

On successful marriages.

Being in a successful marriage is no different than being cast in a successful movie. It's all about who you pick; in that first moment, did you pick the right person? I think you need to pick somebody who's more interested in being married than in getting married.

Acting vs. politics people.

If you are worried about what people think of you, you should go into politics. Real actors take chances.

On life.

So I came to the realization: Nothing in life is unfair. It's just life.

Everyone has a hidden past.

Show me someone who doesn't have some sort of experience that they would be uncomfortable for people to know about and I'll show you a dullard.

On his younger self.

When I was a teen idol, I was so goddamn pretty I wouldn't have taken myself seriously.

Seeing beautiful people for the first time and getting to know them.

You can meet people who are really beautiful. Then, when you see them angry for the first time, all of a sudden they're not beautiful anymore. They didn't just step into the other room and have plastic surgery; they're still the same physically. It's just that something inside of them has changed. They're no longer attractive.

On fake confidence.

Fake confidence on the outside often trumps truthful turmoil on the inside.

On what he would do differently now.

I don't look back with any bitterness, though there are a couple of judgment calls and some '80s hairdos that I'd like to do over.

Things he has because of his sobriety.

I have other obligations now - the show, my family, my life... though I know that without my sobriety I wouldn't have any of those things.

On having adventures.

Adventure is important in life. Making memories matters. It doesn’t have to be a secret seaplane and a historic sports moment. But to have a great life, you need great memories. Grab any intriguing offer. Say yes to a challenge, and to the unknown. Be creative in adding drama and scope to your own life. Work at it, like a job. Money from effort comes and goes. But the effort from imagination and following adventure creates stories that you keep forever. And anyone can do it.