But, given the live-singalong format that they’re looking to adopt, they might veer close to the talent at the front of last year’s Hollywood Bowl production, » - Steve Greene During last week's For Your Consideration event, news broke that David Hull and Scott Michael Foster have been promoted to series regulars for the third season of the Crazy Ex-Girlfriend TV show on The CW.
Hull has recurred on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend since its first season.
In case you missed the big news, it was just announced that a reunion movie is in the works at Freeform!
Scott, along with Amber Stevens West and Spencer Grammer, and others, will be returning for the upcoming project, which is expected to release this holiday season.
He later moved to Highland Village, Texas, a suburb of Dallas, where he became interested in acting as early as elementary school.
He went to Briarhill Middle School, and later attended Edward S.
He is best known for his roles as Captain John Paul "Cappie" Jones in the ABC Family comedy-drama series Greek (2007-2011), Leo Hendrie in the ABC Family drama Chasing Life (2014—2015) and as Nathaniel Plimpton III in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.
But, given the live-singalong format that they’re looking to adopt, they might veer close to the talent at the front of last year’s Hollywood Bowl production, » - Steve Greene ABC announced Tuesday that it was tossing its hat in the ring of live TV musical events with “The Wonderful World Of Disney: The Little Mermaid Live!
The two of them were seen together attending events and hanging out with friends and keeping it casual.
Foster, then entered into a long term relationship with Laura Prepon.
Marcus High School where he was involved in theater until he graduated in 2003.
He attended Collin County Community College for one semester with a focus on acting, but soon left his studies to pursue a professional career in that field.