BEN FOSTER continues to establish himself as one of the most versatile actors of
his generation. In 2007, Foster had a starring role in Nick Cassavettes' "Alpha
Dog" as a crystal meth-addicted skinhead. In 2008, he impressed audiences and
critics alike with his inspired portrayal of outlaw "Charlie Prince" in James
Mangold's "3:10 To Yuma". In 2009, he starred opposite Woody Harrelson and
Samantha Morton in Oren Moverman's critically acclaimed "The Messenger".
January 2011 saw two new and completely diverse Ben Foster film
performances..."The Mechanic", a remake of the Charles Bronson classic, and the
Sundance Film Festival Premiere of "Here", from director Braden King. "Here" is
the first feature length, English language American film to be shot entirely in
Foster recently completed three films back-to-back..."Rampart", reuniting him with
the team of writer/director Oren Moverman and actor Woody Harrelson, (which also
marks Foster's debut as a Film Producer), "Contraband" opposite Mark Wahlberg
for Universal and "360", with Anthony Hopkins and Rachel Weitz, directed by
Ben Foster lives in New York. He has been practicing Trancendental meditation
since the age of four and is the older brother of actor Jon Foster.
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