Erin Foster is an American actress and television writer. She is the daughter of famous record producer David Foster and is famous for starring on the VH1 series "Barely Famous."
Erin Taylor Foster was born in Los Angeles, California on August 23, 1982 to model Rebecca Dyer and famous record producer David Foster. She is the younger sister of actress Sara Foster, most famous for her role in the film "The Big Bounce." Erin and Sarah have two more sisters named Jordan Foster and Amy Foster-Gillies. Considering her father has been married on four separate occasions, she also has a slew of step and ex-step siblings including Gigi Hadid.
With famous family members all around her growing up, it's no wonder that Erin wound up in the acting game herself. By 2002, she had landed her first two minor acting roles on the television series "Roswell" and "Judging Amy." In the years after, she continued to land roles on shows including "CSI," "House M.D.," and even played the role of Heather during a five-episode stint on the popular teen drama "The O.C." between 2005 and 2006. Along with this, she has also starred in films including "Cellular," "The Darkroom," and "Still Waiting..."
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Along with her acting chops, Erin is also famous for her comedy writing. In 2012, she was hired as a staff writer for the NBC series "The New Normal" and has even been a contributor to the humor website HelloGiggles. Her biggest claim to fame, however, concerns neither writing or acting (for the most part), as she and her sister Sara began starring in the satirical reality series "Barely Famous" in 2015. The show mocks other reality series which follow the lives of famous families and features guest appearances from long-time friends of theirs including Nicole Richie and Kate Hudson.