Don Foster, Writer, and Executive Producer began his television career in 1990 as a staff writer on the television comedy “Roseanne.” After four years with the show, he became a writer/producer for the ABC comedy “Dharma & Greg” for its full five seasons. He began working on the CBS comedy “Two and a Half Men” with its pilot in 2003 and served as co-executive and executive producer over his seven years with the show. He went on to be an executive consultant for “The Big Bang Theory” beginning with its pilot in 2007 and served in that capacity for four seasons. He also served as an executive producer for the CBS comedy “Mike & Molly” for its first 3 seasons. For his work in television, Foster has received Golden Globe Awards, Emmy nominations, People’s Choice Awards, and a Peabody.
Don graduated from New Mexico State University in 1981 with a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre. It was here that he had the good fortune to study with Tony Award-winning playwright Mark Medoff. In the mid-1980s he was a member of the improvisational theatre troupe Dudley Riggs’ Brave New Workshop in Minneapolis and an editor of the Los Angeles comedy magazine Laff Trakk.