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They brought me this project and when I met 9co-writer/director) Brett Bell and (co-writer) Matt Peterman they explained how they wanted to make this film a real character piece. I was immediately sold because it sounded like a piece of art with horror attached to it.
Which, you know, nothing sounds much better.” Later, from June to August 2006, Foster found himself starring as Damien Cutler on the NBC short-lived series “Windfall,” opposite D. Cotrona, Luke Perry, Emma Prescott and Jason Gedrick.
His next movie role arrived when he was tapped to play Corey, a small part in the Irwin Winkler-helmed drama/comedy “Life as a House (2001).
The film stars Kevin Kline, Kristin Scott Thomas, Hayden Christensen, Jena Malone and Mary Steenburgen and many others.
After something like this, you don't really get chosen to do something like this again.” Later that same year, Foster starred as Ben Connor, opposite Sean Faris as Dino Whitman and Chris Lowell as Jonathan Fields, in the ABC drama series “Life As We Know It,” about three hormone-charged teenage boys.
Premiered on October 7, 2004, the show was canceled in January 2005, after after 13 episodes aired.
After moving to Los Angeles, his debut film appearance came in 2000, when he was 16 years as he appeared in Thirteen Days.
The following year he was cast for the film, Life as a House.
Early Accomplishments He started out with acting, putting up performances in play theatres in his hometown of Iowa.
He also starred in the horror film “Stay Alive” (2006), and will soon play a role in “Tenderness” (2007).
Moviegoers should not miss his impressive performance in the future movies “The Mysteries of Pittsburgh” (2007) and “The Informers” (2008).
His new film, “Tenderness,” based on a novel by Robert Cormier, is scheduled to be released on November 30, 2007.
He also has roles in the upcoming films “The Mysteries of Pittsburgh” (2007), starring as Art Bechstein, a fresh graduate who falls into a romance with a married couple, and Gregor Jordan's “The Informers” (2008), along side Winona Ryder, Mickey Rourke, Brandon Routh, Ashley Olsen, Billy Bob Thornton and (again) Kim Basinger.The drama was adapted from the novel by John Irving.