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Diane "Bloody Sister" Foster chats about The Orphan Killer

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Diane Foster is an award winning American Actress and Producer. She grew up in New Jersey and throughout her high school years,  attended PaperMill Playhouse Conservatory and won their prestigious Rising Star Award. She then had the opportunity to play young Liza Minnelli in the off broadway show “Thats Liza!” and several others including 'Six Goumbas & A Wannabee' with a whole cast of talented actors from "The Sopranos" fame.  After her move to Los Angeles, she performed as an original member of “The cat Dolls”. Diane produced the feature films IOWA, Dying for Meth, and The Orphan Killer with Matt Farnsworth. IOWA was nominated at the Tribeca Film Festival as Best Picture and screened to sold out shows. The Chicago Tribune said, “Diane Foster has real screen presence”. She was awarded “Best Actress” at the Midwest Independent Film Festival for her role as Donna Huffman in IOWA alongside screen veterans John Savage & Rosanna Arquette, and has already gained a massive cult following based on her outstanding performance in The Orphan Killer. She is hailed affectionately by fans worldwide as,  “Baby Sister”.