Rob Lowe somehow just turned 60

Rob Lowe Astonishingly Hits the Big 6-0: Age is Just a Number for the Ageless Star

Rob Lowe celebrated his 60th birthday on Sunday, and honestly, it’s hard to believe. He commemorated the day on his Instagram with a lively 30-second selfie montage accompanied by Bruce Springsteen’s “Glory Days,” among other updates.

It seems like only yesterday that Lowe, who surprisingly has never been named People’s Sexiest Man Alive, became a heartthrob with his roles in the early “Brat Pack” films “Class” and “The Outsiders.”

In 1983, these movies catapulted him to fame, and his defining moment within the group came with the 1985 film “St. Elmo’s Fire,” where he played the role of Billy, the bad boy who turns his life around.

On the small screen, Lowe shined as the eternally optimistic Chris Traeger in “Parks & Recreation” from 2010 to 2015. This role came after his 2001 Primetime Emmy nomination for his portrayal of Sam Seaborn on “The West Wing.”

On his birthday, Lowe also shared a post expressing gratitude for the birthday wishes he received. The post featured a photo of him wearing a t-shirt with a selfie from his younger days.

He capped off the celebration with a hopeful message: “Here’s to another 60 years. LFG, baby!!”