C. Stephen Foster is an actor/writer originally from Ft. Worth, Texas currently living in Hollywood . His two-man show (with Scott Wilkerson), "Divanalysis: the Mechanics of Camp", played as part of the summer series at the renowned Highway's Performance Art Space. Foster penned (and starred in) the comedy "Legends and Bridge" which was extended three times at the Group Repertory Theater. "Legends" received rave reviews including Critic's Pick in The Valley Scene, Spotlight in Backstage West, and was "Recommended" by the LA Weekly. It garnered three ADA Award nominations including Best Comedy and Best Play. Foster co-wrote the screenplay "Rainbow Sticker" which was a finalist in several major contests. As a stand-up comedian he's played the Comedy Store, Improv and Laugh Factory. Stephen co-wrote the book to the hit musical "The Green Room: the College Musical" (licensed by Steele Spring Theatrical Licensing.) He is the lead in the in the independent movie "Off Hollywood". He also wrote the self-help workbook "Awakening the Actor Within".