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Kat Foster, sometimes credited as Kathy Foster (born May 17, 1978), is an American actress.
Biography [ edit ]
A classically trained dramatic actress, Foster studied acting at
New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. She later performed in many off-Broadway and regional productions, including " The Democracy Project" with Naked Angels and was awarded Best Actress for her performance in "Final Countdown" at the 2003 New York International Fringe Festival. An active member of the New York theater community, she participated in extensive readings and workshops at the Manhattan Theater Club, MCC Theater, New York Theatre Workshop, and The Public Theater, among others.
TV roles [ edit ]
Past TV appearances include roles on
, Weeds , Family Guy , The Book of Daniel , Law & Order , 'Til Death , and "Royal Pains", Law & Order: Criminal Intent In addition, she starred with Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Bobby Cannavale and Donnie Wahlberg in the NBC pilot NY-70, a stylized police show set in the 1970s, and the CBS pilot Webster Report, about a reluctant New York detective, also with Cannavale and Stanley Tucci.
Personal [ edit ]
A native of
Oakland, California, Foster currently divides her time between Manhattan, New York and Ocala, Florida.
Education [ edit ]
Filmography [ edit ]
(1 episode, "Herding Cats", 2001): Jackie Kramer (as Kathy Foster) The Education of Max Bickford
(2004): Nadine (as Kathy Foster) Thanksgiving
N.Y.-70 (2005) ( TV): A.D.A. Rachel Abramowitz
(1 episode, " Law & Order: Criminal Intent The Unblinking Eye", 2005): Kelly West
(1 episode, " Law & Order Acid", 2005): Justine
(1 episode, "Forgiveness", 2006): Michelle Hedley] The Book of Daniel
(2006) ( Family Guy Video Game! VG): Carolyn ( voice)
(1 episode, " Family Guy Love Blactually", 2008): Carolyn ( voice)
(40 episodes, 2006–2008): Steph Woodcock 'Til Death
(2009) ( Eva Adams TV): Grace Wainright
(5 episodes, "Pilot", "One Man Band", "The Dentist", "The Apology Line" and "The E.I.D.", 2009): Nicole Brandt The Unusuals
(1 episode, " The Good Wife Infamy", 2010): Emily Tartan
(2 episodes, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit "Trophy" and "Rescue"(Law & Order episodes), 2010): Sara Hoyt [1 ]
(2 episodes, "Strange Brew" and "Viper", 2012): Officer Wendy Cowell Franklin & Bash
(6 episodes, "You Give Love a Bad Name", "About Face", Dancing with the Devil, Hurts Like a Mother, Something Fishy This Way Comes, Sand Legs 2012): Harper Cummings, Pediatrician Royal Pains
(5 episodes, 2013): Lucinda Hobbes The Goodwin Games
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