Kat Foster

  • Birth Place: Oakland, California, United States
  • Profession: Actor
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This actress honed her craft in New York's Off-Broadway theater scene, and her theatrical background includes dancing in The Nutcracker as a child and performing Shakespeare. Foster launched her TV career as a guest on NBC stalwarts Law & Order and Law & Order: Criminal Intent in 2005. The very next year, she landed her first series-regular role, as a blissful newlywed living next door to a disgruntled, wisecracking couple on the marriage-minded sitcom 'Til Death. Her character was written out of the show after two seasons, but Foster continued guest starring on shows such as The Unusuals and The Good Wife. She also coproduced a live comedy-variety show called the Strike Show, which was created to support the WGA strike in 2007. In her spare time, this self-described "low key" gal spends her time reading, exercising and doing puzzles instead of attending Hollywood parties.

Fast Facts

  • Began acting at age 8.
  • As a child, she danced in the San Francisco Ballet's production of The Nutcracker.
  • Prior to her television career, she starred in many Off-Broadway productions, including The Democracy Project with the theater troupe Naked Angels.
  • Has experience performing Shakespeare on stage.
  • Made guest appearances on NBC stalwarts Law & Order and Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
  • 'Til Death was her first venture into sitcom work.
  • Coproduced the Strike Show, a live comedy-variety show in L.A. that was created to support the WGA strike in 2007.
  • Has said she would never do a reality show, though she admits to watching them.
  • In an interview with Starry Constellation Magazine, she described herself as "really low-key" and "not the party girl," and said that working out, reading and doing puzzles were among her hobbies.


  • New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, New York, New York, United States

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