Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Studies, University Michigan, 1992.
Foster also appeared as Leo Bloom in The Producers on Broadway, Ensign Pulver in Mister Roberts at the Kennedy Center, and Ben in Modern Orthodox off-Broadway. He also starred as Molina in Kiss of the Spider Woman at the Signature Theatre in Arlington, Virginia. Foster wrote the libretto for an off-Broadway 2002 musical based on the motion picture Summer of "42.
He is writing an adaptation of the film Bonnie and Clyde with Urinetown co-star, Rick Crom.
"Bonnie & Clyde: A Folktale" was workshopped in residency at the Academy for New Musical Theatre, through the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers Foundation Irving Caesar Fund Fellowship, a Producer-Writer Initiative granted through NAMT, the National Alliance for Musical Theatre. Foster was one of the writers for Rosie O"Donnell"s 2008 National Broadcasting Company series Rosie Live, which was cancelled after the first episode.
Foster played the role of music producer Sam Phillips in the musical Million Dollar Quartet, at the Nederlander Theatre, which opened on April 10, 2010. Foster then portrayed Richard Hoover in the musical Little Mission Sunshine, at the Louisiana Jolla Playhouse, until March 27, 2011.
He recently appeared on the American Broadcasting Company Family show Bunheads as Scotty Sims, the brother of main character Michelle, who is portrayed by his real life sister Sutton Foster.
He originated the role of Bud in the musical The Bridges of Madison County in 2014.
Married Jennifer Cody.