Rob Lowe is doing his part to fight the fires raging in Southern California.
The former Brat Packer helped crews near his home on Sunday, first taking a hose to the flames alongside the firefighters and then serving up dinner at his place.
He shared a snapshot of his home Saturday depicting the blaze just beyond it.
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By Sunday, the Code Black actor had jumped into the fray.
“Helping earlier today,” he captioned a photo of him wielding a hose. “You do what you can, but when it’s time.. you GO.”
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Of course, he was happy to take a picture with the crew afterward.
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But he did more than that.
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Lowe is one of many celebs who maintain at least one home in the area of Santa Barbara. Ellen DeGeneres, Oprah, and Katy Perry are a few of the other stars who have been affected by the area’s Thomas Fire, which is now the third-largest fire in the history of California.
The 53-year-old has deep roots in the Golden State. While Lowe lived in Ohio for much of his childhood, he famously spent his high school years palling around Malibu — just down the coast from Santa Barbara — with friends including Emilio Estevez, Charlie Sheen, Sean Penn, and Robert Downey Jr.
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