Two-time SAG Award-winning film and television star Rob Lowe will reprise his guest starring role as eccentric, combustible film star "Eddie Nero" in one episode of Season 7 of the hit Showtime comedy series Californication. The series, which stars David Duchovny in his Golden Globe-winning role as hedonistic writer Hank Moody, is currently shooting in Los Angeles for a 2014 premiere on the network.
This season, Hank will join the writer's room as his hit film Santa Monica Cop becomes a television series of the same name (with Nero signing on as guest star). Hank is riled frequently by his boss, the show's grizzled, old-school executive producer Rick Rath (guest star Michael Imperioli) and his writing team peers, including Goldie (guest star Mary Lynn Rajskub) and Alonzo (guest star Alonzo Bodden). But he's thrown by the reemergence of old friend Julia (guest star Heather Graham), whose arrival causes chaos in Hank's already hectic life and with his ongoing relationship with Karen (Natascha McElhone). Meanwhile, Charlie (Evan Handler) and Marcy (Pamela Adlon) are grappling with the aftermath of their reunion and by an enticing offer from her ex-husband, Stu Beggs (guest star Stephen Tobolowsky). Oliver Cooper, Brandon T. Jackson, Roger Howarth and Mercedes Masöhn also guest star.
Best known as a teen heartthrob and member of the infamous '80s "Brat Pack," the multi-faceted Lowe has starred on television in Parks and Recreation, Brothers & Sisters and Dr. Vegas. His recently published memoir, "Stories I Only Tell My Friends," which chronicles his life and storied Hollywood career, was a New York Times bestseller. The four-time Golden Globe nominee received rave reviews for his work on the acclaimed drama series The West Wing, a role that earned him two SAG Awards and an Emmy nomination.