Plucked from the chorus in the out-of-town tryout of Thoroughly Modern Millie, Foster went on to win a Tony Award for her role as the spunky Millie Dillmount. Foster picked up her second Best Actress in a Musical trophies for Anything Goes, after earning nominations for Shrek, The Drowsy Chaperone and Little Women. Her other Broadway credits include Young Frankenstein, Les Miserables, Annie, Scarlet Pimpernel and Grease. Her debut album, Wish, was released in 2009.
Sutton Foster on Living the L.A. Dream, Sharing the Foster Home Movies & Keeping Her Feet Clean for the Fancy Folk at Cafe Carlyle
In Sutton Foster's third appearance on Show People, the Tony winner chats about the new bling on her finger, starring in a cannibal flick, closing the chapter on Bunheads, dreaming of the Drowsy Chaperone movie and her new show at Cafe Carlyle.