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Also Known As: Lewis Foster, Lou Foster, Lew Foster, L. R. Foster Died: June 10, 1974
Born: August 5, 1900 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Brookfield, Missouri, USA Profession: director, script supervisor, gag writer, screenwriter, reporter

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Kimberly Foster, born and raised in Ft. Smith, Arkansas, attended Booneville High School, where she was a cheerleader. After high school she briefly attended the University of Arkansas, but dropped out to pursue a career in modeling and acting. Fittingly, her early acting roles were on model-centric television programming like the Joan Collins TV movie "Making of a Male Model" and the model agency-set drama "Paper Dolls," where her great looks and blonde hair came in handy. Throughout the 1980s she appeared in a number of memorable films, including the John Cusack/"Savage" Steve Holland comedy "One Crazy Summer" and the big screen Tom Hanks/Dan Aykroyd comedic re-interpretation of the popular cop drama "Dragnet." The biggest role of her somewhat brief screen career, however, was that of Michelle Stevens on the wildly popular primetime soap opera "Dallas

Kimberly Foster, born and raised in Ft. Smith, Arkansas, attended Booneville High School, where she was a cheerleader. After high school she briefly attended the University of Arkansas, but dropped out to pursue a career in modeling and acting. Fittingly, her early acting roles were on model-centric television programming like the Joan Collins TV movie "Making of a Male Model" and the model agency-set drama "Paper Dolls," where her great looks and blonde hair came in handy. Throughout the 1980s she appeared in a number of memorable films, including the John Cusack/"Savage" Steve Holland comedy "One Crazy Summer" and the big screen Tom Hanks/Dan Aykroyd comedic re-interpretation of the popular cop drama "Dragnet." The biggest role of her somewhat brief screen career, however, was that of Michelle Stevens on the wildly popular primetime soap opera "Dallas

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DIRECTOR:

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  The Sign of Zorro (1958) Director
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  Tonka (1958) Director
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  Dakota Incident (1956) Director
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  The Bold and the Brave (1956) Director
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  Crashout (1955) Director
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  Top of the World (1955) Director
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  Tropic Zone (1953) Director
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  Jamaica Run (1953) Director
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  Hong Kong (1952) Director

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1922:
gag writer and script supervisor for Hal Roach
1936:
feature film director

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