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  • Meet Randy Fowler Boise’s limo-driving Rod Stewart look-alike

    Randy Fowler, longtime driver of Rod’s Limos in Boise, is a Rod Stewart look-alike and brother of movie and TV star Kevin Spacey. After years of being told he looked like Rod Stewart, Fowler dedicated himself to the look, building an exhaustive wardrobe and dressing to the nines every time he stepped into public.

Meet Randy Fowler Boise’s limo-driving Rod Stewart look-alike

Randy Fowler, longtime driver of Rod’s Limos in Boise, is a Rod Stewart look-alike and brother of movie and TV star Kevin Spacey. After years of being told he looked like Rod Stewart, Fowler dedicated himself to the look, building an exhaustive wardrobe and dressing to the nines every time he stepped into public.
Zach Kyle Idaho Statesman file