Aspen Ski Patrol Rescues Hollywood Actors

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Aspen, Colo. (AP) The Aspen Ski Patrol had to come to the rescue of three Hollywood actors when they got lost in the snow and fog and ended up out of bounds.

Rob Morrow, Chad Lowe and Fisher Stevens all were guided down the mountain to safety Sunday.

Morrow -- star of the CBS show ``Numb3rs'' – says all three of them are good skiers, but they didn't know the mountain. They ended up with another group of lost skiers, who called for help on their cell phone.

All were in an area closed to skiing.

The patrollers decided to lead the pack to the bottom of the mountain, a three-hour trip through heavy snow, streams, and thick forest.

Morrow called it a ``good adventure.''

Lowe is currently seen on the Fox show ``24.''

Stevens was executive producer of last year's ``A Prairie Home Companion.''