Brian Forster, c. 1968
|Born||Brian A. Forster
April 14, 1960
Los Angeles, California, United States
Brian A. Forster (born April 14, 1960) is an American actor. He is best known as the second actor to play the role of Chris Partridge in the television series The Partridge Family.
Forster joined the The Partridge Family in 1971, replacing Jeremy Gelbwaks, and continued until the show ended in 1974. Chris Partridge was the drummer of the fictional family band. As of 2002/2003, Forster was a race car driver in Northern California, and continued to act in community theater there.
On one occasion, a fan asked Forster what he thought of the movie Days of Thunder. He replied that it was "...very fake and phony." Forster had taken a girlfriend (who also happened to be one of his racing students) to see the film; she asked him to tap her shoulder every time there was a "flub" on-screen. "She got very little sleep while that picture was running," joked Forster.
Forster is the stepson of actor Whit Bissell, step-grandson of actor Alan Napier, who portrayed Alfred the Butler in the Batman television series (1966–1968), and the great-great-great-grandson of author Charles Dickens.
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