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Gary Foster

Gary Foster

Gary Foster produced the Oscar and Golden Globe nominated hit Sleepless in Seattle, which grossed more than $300 million worldwide.

In 1997, Foster partnered with writer/director Mark Steven Johnson to form Horseshoe Bay Productions, a full-service company to develop, write, produce and direct motion pictures. In 2002 Foster produced Daredevil, written and directed by Johnson.

Foster produced The Score, starring Robert De Niro, Edward Norton and Marlon Brando. His feature credits also include Tin Cup, Gloria, Desperate Measures, Big Bully, Short Circuit, Short Circuit 2, The Amazing Panda Adventure, and Just Cause.

A graduate of the University of Southern California, Foster worked as an agent's assistant at the William Morris Agency in New York before beginning his producing career as an associate at the Turman-Foster Company. At Turman-Foster, he worked on Running Scared, The Mean Season and the television drama, News at Eleven.

A second-generation Hollywood filmmaker, Foster is the son of noted producer David Foster.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2005.

Gary Foster Facts

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Selected Filmography

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All Hat
LAWNMOWER MAINTENANCE & POSTNATAL CARE
Aerodynamics of Gender
Carny
Freaky Friday
Ep 71
Ep 186
The Fraternity
The Wrong Crowd
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