Money Q&A with Rob Lowe
Rob Lowe's new memoir, "Stories I Only Tell My Friends," is most impressive for its account of Lowe's prestigious lifelong cadre of friends. Over the course of a career that has taken him from the Brat Pack to "The West Wing," and now to one of the funniest shows on television, NBC's "Parks and Recreation," Lowe has partied with stars from Andy Warhol to Charlie Sheen, and his memoir spares none of the dirty details.
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When you talk about memories with your family, can you give us an example?
I took my youngest son, John Owen, to Wimbledon, which is an amazing place. It's something we'll never forget, and lo and behold, he decided he wanted to play tennis.
He tried out for his high school tennis team when we came back, and now he's undefeated as a JV player. I think a little bit of that was going to Wimbledon, and that's a memory he and I will share together. That to me is better than having an interesting car.