Gary Foster is an American Producer. He was born in the year 1961. He is the son of the esteemed film producer,
David Foster who is known for blockbusters like
The Thing, The Core and McCabe & Mrs. Miller. His siblings Tim Foster and Greg Foster are also in the film production business in Hollywood. Gary, even as a kid, having grown up watching his father make movies, wanted to join the show business himself. He decided to study in the same field to increase the horizon of his knowledge. He graduated from University of Southern California’s School of Cinema-Television. He later became famous for his films like Denial, Ghost Rider, Daredevil, Sleepless in Seattle, Emperor,
The Soloist, When in Rome, The Score and many more blockbusters.
Furthermore, he has produced over twelve flicks in his career of 28 years. Gary Foster produced his first film in the year 1989 caller Lover boy. The film set a foundation for Foster’s career in Hollywood. Flicks like Gloria, Just Cause and Short Circuit 2 help him strengthen his roots as a Producer. Gary Foster loves to listen to music and succumbs to it for the rescue from real life problems. He has revealed that he is a Parrot Head and loves all the music by Jimmy Buffett. Being in the show business, he loves and breathes movies. For him, it is difficult to choose one favourite but in the contemporary world, the best flick according to him is All That Jazz. Being a hardcore
John Huston fan, he is a huge admirer of the classic
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre.
His love for Larry Davis also inspires his to do better in the business. His favourite TV series of Larry Davis is Curb Your Enthusiasm. His favourite book is Catcher in the Rye. Gary Foster has not only received immense appreciation for his work in the American Film Industry but many nominations and awards too. He has been nominated for a Golden Globe under the set of Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy in the year 1994 for Sleepless in Seattle. In 2017, he received a nomination for BAFTA Awards in the category for the Best British Film for his blockbuster flick Denial. Personally, Garry feels his biggest professional achievement was to put together the cast of Marlon Bloom,
Edward Norton and Robert Di Niro for The Score. It was a difficult task for him to finalise the ensemble cast, but according to him, witnessing the greatness on the sets was worth it.