‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ Actor Rob Lowe Shares Throwback Pic of Himself on ‘Halloween in 1971’

by Joe Rutland
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When it comes to Halloween, TV stars are among the crowd who love to reflect. “9-1-1: Lone Star” actor Rob Lowe is in for the fun, too.

Lowe, who plays Captain Owen Strand, shared a photo from a scary holiday many years ago.

Check out what he shared on Instagram ahead of the spooky day on Sunday.

That’s pretty cool of Lowe to share a snapshot from his youth.

His character on “9-1-1: Lone Star” relocates from New York City to Austin, Texas. He was captain of a fire station who was diagnosed with lung cancer. Strand was with his fellow first responders when they went to the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.

Strand lost his entire firehouse during that rescue mission.

Outsiders, we also see him having to deal with his son Tyler “TK” Strand, played by Ronen Rubenstein. “TK” changed from being a firefighter to a paramedic in the Greater Austin area. Pop also knows his son is a recovering opioid addict.

Other cast members include Sierra McCain, Jim Parrack, Brian Michael Smith, Rafael Silva, Julian Works, and Gina Torres.

The first two seasons of “9-1-1: Lone Star” have set up things nicely for Season No. 3 Patient fans just have to wait until the mid-season point to kick off. Stay tuned to Outsider for more updates on this spin-off from “9-1-1.”

‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ Actor Says That It Is ‘Humbling’ To Be Part of TV Show

One of the actors on “9-1-1: Lone Star” simply has to pinch himself sometimes as he’s around that cast.

Silva talked about this in an interview with AssignmentX.

He talked about having great characters on the show, calling every single story amazing and unique.

“But I think [co-creator/co-show runner] Tim [Minear], [co-show runner] Rashad [Raisani], [co-creator] Ryan [Murphy], [co-creator] Brad Falchuk, [director] Brad Buecker, they have really created amazing characters, strong characters,” Silva said. “All with their complexities and histories, and it’s really humbling to be part of such a beautiful cast who can portray that so beautifully and so honestly.”

Silva said that all the actors were there to have fun. He said that you’re going to see people having fun on the show.

Now the show, as you know, is set in Austin. But Silva chose to have his character be from a Hispanic lineage.

Plus, he emphasizes that his character was born and raised in Austin.

Silva said, “Austin happens to be the very liberal, one of the blue dots in Texas, so that presence, that Southern rural presence, I don’t think he was very much exposed to.”

Tune in, Outsiders, when this show hits the Fox airwaves during the mid-season point.

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