Rob Lowe’s iconic career spans four decades in film, television, and theater. He is also an acclaimed author and has been nominated for two Emmys, six Golden Globes and four Screen Actors Guild Awards, in which he won two. He has starred in the ‘80s classics "St. Elmo’s Fire," "About Last Night," and "The Outsiders," as well as television classics such as "The West Wing" and "Parks and Recreation." Rob’s incredibly diverse career also includes scene-stealing work in "Behind Candelabra," "Austin Powers," and "Tommy Boy." His two memoirs, "Stories I Only Tell My Friends" and "Love Life," are both New York Times Best Sellers. He has taken his first memoir and made it into a touring show called "Stories I Only Tell My Friends: Live!," which received rave reviews throughout the country and sold out in London. Rob also directed and starred in a remake of the four-time Academy Award-nominated film, "The Bad Seed," and starred alongside Kristin Davis in "Holiday in the Wild" for Netflix. Rob recently starred in and produced FOX’s highly anticipated "9-1-1" Texas-set spinoff "9-1-1: Lone Star" alongside Liv Tyler. Created and executive produced by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Tim Minear, the series was the highest rated broadcast drama debut in five years and FOX’s most-watched drama debut in 11 years. Lowe has been married to jewelry designer, Sheryl Lowe, since 1991. They have two sons, Matthew and John Owen.
Parks and Recreation’s Rob Lowe (actor/NFL fan) and Alan Yang (writer/director/Mouse Rat bassist) host the definitive podcast about the making of the beloved comedy series. With special guest appearances by cast and crew, Rob and Alan share their unique, behind-the-scenes insights from in front of the camera and inside the writers’ room. It’s literally the best Parks and Rec podcast in the world. Go ahead, treat yo’ self!
Writer, producer, and director Alan Yang is one of the foremost Asian-American creators in the entertainment industry. He is the co-creator, executive producer, and director of the Netflix series "Master of None." For the episode entitled "Parents," based in part on his personal experiences, he received the Emmy Award for Best Writing in a Comedy Series, becoming the first Asian-American recipient of the award. "Master of None" has been nominated for 12 Emmys, three Golden Globes, and was the recipient of a Peabody Award, two AFI Awards, and the Critics' Choice Award for Best Comedy. Yang is also the writer, director, and producer of the Netflix film "Tigertail," a drama based on his father’s upbringing in Taiwan. He serves as an executive producer alongside Kumail Nanjiani, Emily V. Gordon, and Lee Eisenberg for the BAFTA and Independent Spirit Award-nominated half-hour anthology series "Little America" for Apple, now entering its second season. His Amazon Prime show, "Forever," starring Maya Rudolph, Fred Armisen, and Catherine Keener, premiered in fall 2018 and received a nomination for a WGA Award. Yang is the co-creator, executive producer, and director of a forthcoming untitled Maya Rudolph comedy series for Apple. He directed the music video for Jay-Z's "Moonlight," starring Tessa Thompson, Lakeith Stanfield, Tiffany Haddish, Jerrod Carmichael, and Issa Rae. Previously, Yang was a writer, co-executive producer, and director for "Parks and Recreation," for which he was nominated for an Emmy in 2015. He can also be seen on-screen in episodes of "Parks and Recreation" playing bass in Mouse Rat, the rock band fronted by Andy Dwyer (Chris Pratt).