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Sutton Foster was born on March 18, 1975 in Statesboro, Georgia, USA as Sutton Lenore Foster. She is an actress, known for Younger (2015), Shrek the Musical (2013) and Bunheads (2012). She has been married to Ted Griffin since October 25, 2014. They have one child. She was previously married to Christian Borle. See full bio »

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Known For

Younger
Younger Liza Miller
(2015-2017)
Shrek the Musical
(2013)
Bunheads
Bunheads Michelle Simms
(2012-2013)

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 2017 Instinct (TV Series)
Celia Walker
- Bye Bye Birdie (2017) ... Celia Walker
 2015-2017 Younger (TV Series)
Liza Miller
- Irish Goodbye (2017) ... Liza Miller
- It's Love, Actually (2017) ... Liza Miller
- A Novel Marriage (2017) ... Liza Miller
- The Incident at Pound Ridge (2017) ... Liza Miller
- The Gelato and the Pube (2017) ... Liza Miller
 2016 Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life (TV Mini-Series)
Violet
- Summer (2016) ... Violet
 2016 Mired (Short)
Wife (voice)
 2016 The Good Wife (TV Series)
Witness
- End (2016) ... Witness
 2016 Mad Dogs (TV Series)
Gerda
- Broodstock (2016) ... Gerda
 2015 Gravy
Kerry
 2015 Elementary (TV Series)
Tara Parker
- Absconded (2015) ... Tara Parker
 2014 The Nobodies (Short)
Amy
 2014 Psych (TV Series)
Gretchen Eikleberry
- A Nightmare on State Street (2014) ... Gretchen Eikleberry
 2013 Doc McStuffins (TV Series)
Frida Fairy Flyer
- Frida Fairy Flies Again/A Tale of Two Dragons (2013) ... Frida Fairy Flyer (voice)
 2013 Shrek the Musical
Fiona
 2012-2013 Bunheads (TV Series)
Michelle Simms
- Next (2013) ... Michelle Simms
- It's Not a Mint (2013) ... Michelle Simms
- There's Nothing Worse Than a Pantsuit (2013) ... Michelle Simms
- Take the Vicuna (2013) ... Michelle Simms
- The Astronaut and the Ballerina (2013) ... Michelle Simms
 2012 Royal Pains (TV Series)
Julie Sharp
- Bottoms Up (2012) ... Julie Sharp
 2008-2011 Late Show with David Letterman (TV Series)
Reno Sweeney / Inga
- Episode #15.36 (2008) ... Inga (uncredited)
 2010 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
Rosemary
- P.C. (2010) ... Rosemary
 2008 Just in Case (Short)
Boy
 2007 Flight of the Conchords (TV Series)
Coco
- Sally Returns (2007) ... Coco
- Yoko (2007) ... Coco
- Bret Gives Up the Dream (2007) ... Coco
 2007 Johnny and the Sprites (TV Series short)
Tina
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(November 10 to December 24, 2005) She acted in the musical, "The Drowsy Chaperone," in the American premiere at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Beth Leavel and Bob Martin in the cast. Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison was composer and lyricist. Bob Martin and Don McKellar wrote the book. Casey Nicholaw was ... See more »

Height:

5' 9" (1.75 m)
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Personal Quote:

I wasn't even dancing. I was just stepping backwards, and my feet went forward, and I fell backward and caught myself with my hands." - explaining how she broke her arm during rehearsal of the musical "The Drowsy Chaperone" during the song "I'm an Accident Waiting to Happen.

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Attended Troy High School, in Troy, Michigan. She left before graduation, but earned her diploma via correspondence classes. See more »

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