SARA FOSTER HAS ALWAYS BEEN READY FOR HER
Profiling Sara Foster for
Interview in 2004 was a treat. She's fast-talking, funny, super-confident--gorgeous,
too, of course. She kind of
bowls you over, but in a good way. To read about her new movie,
click here and go to "D.E.B.S.."--D.B.
I was 5 years old, I used to make my nanny interview me," says
Sara Foster. "Go ahead; ask me anything, Id
tell her," recalls the 22-year-old, who makes her feature debut
opposite Owen Wilson in "The Big Bounce," at left.
Foster, who grew up in a Malibu, California, show-business family
(her father, David Foster, is a Grammy-winning composer/producer),
"fame was normal," so it seemed only natural when she
began modeling after high school. A few years later, after a stint
hosting the celebrity dishfest ET [Entertainment Tonight, at right]
on MTV, she landed "Bounce," in which she flexes her comedic
muscle. "I love to make an ass of myself," she says.
Her buzzed performance notwithstanding, acting might not be the
last stop on the Sara Foster express. "I want to open a restaurant,"
she says. "I want to design clothes. I want to write childrens
stories. I want to do charity work. I want to get into real estate.
I want to buy California!"
Spoken like a true star.