It was a family affair as "Brothers and Sisters" star, Rob Lowe received The Hollywood Legacy Award along side his Brother, Chad.
The Hollywood Entertainment Museum honored the Lowe Brothers with the prestigious family award, which celebrates talented families in the industry as well as those whose standard of artistic excellence is handed down from one generation to the next. The event took place at the Esquire House in the Hollywood Hills where the cast of Heroes also received an award.
'Heroes' cast members like Hayden Panettiere, Greg Grunberg, Dania Ramirez, Jack Coleman, & James Kyson Lee, all came to share the night with the Lowe Brothers.
Talking to Hollyscoop, Rob Lowe said, "One of the great things about getting this Legacy Award is that the past winners like The Fondas & The Bridges, both of whom I know and love, have inspired me for years."
He also gave us the scoop about his own legacy, "Well hopefully I have a long time to go before I start thinking seriously of that question. With that being said, I think for good work as an actor or producer. For raising a good family and having a normal life despite of all the craziness that comes with being in the business."
Both Rob & Chad recently worked together as Chad Lowe directed the most recent episode of the hit show, Brothers and Sisters. And that's the scoop from Hollyscoop!