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Biography #2 (for Unfaithful)Chad Lowe has been a professional actor since the age of fifteen. Born in Dayton, Ohio, the son of a lawyer father and novelist mother, he moved with his family to Los Angeles when he was nine. There his neighbor, Martin Sheen, encouraged him to explore the world of acting. After high school, he went to New York and studied
with Alan Savage. While there he appeared in the WPA Theatre production of Don Nigro's Grotesque Love Songs and also played the title role in Huckleberry Finn at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in Massachusetts.
Lowe went on to appear in numerous feature films, including Your Guardian, Floating, Driven, Quiet Days in Hollywood, Highway to Hell, Nobody's Perfect and Apprentice to Murder. He also starred in numerous television movies
including The John Denver Story, The Apartment Complex, In the Presence of Mine Enemies, An Inconvenient Woman, So Proudly We Hail, April Morning, There Must Be a Pony,' Silence of the Heart, and No Means No." He won an Emmy Award for his portrayal of AIDS patient Jesse McKenna in the series Life Goes On. His other television work includes recurring roles on Now and Again, Popular and ER, and he was a Guest Lead on Touched By An Angel.