Robert A. Foster (actor)

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Robert Andrew Foster

Robert A. Foster
Other names Rob, Robbie
Occupation actor

Robert Andrew Foster (March 5, 2001) is an English actor. He was born in Herefordshire, and he has a twin sister called Isabel,[1] who is also an actress. Both are represented by Sue Francis of Kreative Talent.[2]Robert A. Foster is also known as Robert Foster. He made his first television appearance in a advert made for Credit Suisse - Promotes Young Talent produced by Luti Media in 2010. [3] Later that year Just William (2010) aired as part of the BBC's Christmas programming from 28 to 31 December 2010, Robert Foster played 'Henry' one of the outlaws, alongside Daniel Roche 'William Brown', Jordan Grehs 'Ginger' and Edward Piercy 'Douglas'. [4] In 2011 he played a 'Doctor and Business man', in 'The Boy with Chocolate Fingers' a short film directed and wrote by Chris Palmer, his sister also appears in the film with him as a secretary. [5] In 2013 Robert played a 'Nerdy Kid' in The Escape Artist along side David Tennant who played 'Will Burton', this was a three-part BBC series drama/thriller.[6] Robert A. Foster also filmed in The Physician (2013) (Der Medicus) playing a 'Street Urchin' in the adaptations of Noah Gordon's novel The Physician with Stellan Skarsgård 'Barber', Tom Payne 'Rob Cole', directed by Philipp Stölzl. this was Released 25 December 2013 (Germany) [7]


Year Title Role
2010 Just William Henry
2011 The Boy with Chocolate Fingers Doctor / Business
2013 The Escape Artist Classroom Kid 1 / Nerdy Kid
2013 The Physician Street Urchin


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