About March of last year, I decided I wanted to learn how to ride a motorcycle, so I took classes here in LA. He did a great job in , and it's inspiring what a transformation he's made from where he was in Parks and Recreation to looking like a Cross Fit guy now. Nah, I only went to college for one semester, community college outside of Dallas. Laura and I were together at the time, and my actual neighbor, Jaime Jorn, and I, we lived in an apartment complex, and we would meet up in the middle of the driveway and have these really funny conversations, which is what it was all based on.
(In the interest of full disclosure, this Q&A was conducted by a "GDI.") TVGuide.com: How do you get yourself to that "special place" to play a carousing, devil-may-care fraternity boy? TVGuide.com: He's true to the free-living college dream in that respect. Foster: The name is what I get asked about the most - "What is his real name? The creator of the show knows, and he's never told anyone.
Although Mc Dorman is shooting scenes with an Oscar-nominee, his best bud off-camera is still Foster, who joked about his good friend’s success: “Yeah, he’s just off hanging out with Bradley Cooper!
This post has been updated to reflect the correct super-fancy spelling of Ashleigh's name and the fact that Calvin is Rusty's best friend, not roommate.
With major stunts on AMC’s “Halt and Catch Fire,” Showtime’s “Californication,” NBC’s “Parenthood,” ABC Family’s “Melissa and Joey,” ABC’s short-lived drama “Zero Hour” and nabbing the sought-after role of Kristoff on “Once Upon A Time’s” “Frozen” storyline this past season, Foster is now reunited with “Greek” creator Patrick Sean Smith, who cast him as a main male lead in ABC Family’s “Chasing Life,” which just entered its second season.
Those shows aren’t the only ones chasing the actor, who landed on Grammer won hearts over playing the adorable type-A sorority president Casey Cartwright on the ABC Family laffer, and she may just do it again this summer on a new sitcom. She starred as Spencer Grammer’s best friend on “Greek,” and now, the former on-screen sorority sisters still share the same family — this time, the NBC family.