The 78-year-old Hollywood familiar face Foster died and Quentin was his fan

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 The 78-year-old Hollywood familiar face Foster died and Quentin was his fan


Beijing News reported Oct. 12 that Robert Foster, a famous actor, died of brain cancer at his home in Los Angeles on Friday (Oct. 11) at the age of 78, according to foreign media reports. Foster has appeared in more than 100 films and TV productions, including classics such as Muhlando, Twin Peaks and The Deadly Poisoner. He has nominated Best Supporting Actor for an Oscar for Quentins Dangerous Relations and returned to Ed in the film version of Deadly Poisoner.

Foster once recalled: Years ago, I met Quentin in a cafe, and my career was very bad, and we exchanged greetings for a few minutes. Then six months later, he found me in the same cafe and handed me a script. Foster was shocked when he read the book. Quentin said, Yes, Max Cherry was written for you. Foster said, They wont let you hire me to play. Quentin: Ill hire whoever I want. Foster thought, Theres a new opportunity in my career.

Since then, Foster has also appeared in The Fall of Olympus, Psycho (98 edition), The Little Devil Shoes, The First Two Big, The Breakfast Girl 2, Lucky Number Slavin and The Last Man. He played the important role of Ed in The Dead Poisoner, and the role of the screenwriter was inspired by Max Cherry.

Source: Li Si_NBJ11322, responsible editor of Beijing News