Australian actor Bren Foster's love for acting began in highschool and he went on to study film and video production after graduating. Compelled to propel his artistic development as an actor forward he made the decision to travel to New York where he studied at The Barrow Group Theatre as a young actor.
Returning to Australia, he went on to study further at the Sanford Meisner based acting school "The Actors Pulse".
Ben was cast in many Australian drama series early on in his career but his breakout moment came in 2009 when he landed a role in the critically acclaimed Australian film, Cedar Boys. Empire Film Magazine praised him as a “born star” for his portrayal of Jamal, a criminal behind bars trying to steer his brother away from a similar fate, in the award winning film.
In 2008 Foster played Russell Keegan in ‘The Strip’, a police detective show set in Australia's Gold Coast. He has also played Michael McCullough in the 2011 film 'Venger.' and the character of John Ellis in the 2012 film 'War Flowers.'
Best known for his role in the television series 'Days of our Lives', Foster played Quinn Hudson from 2011 - 2012. He has also appeared in the hit series 'Melissa & Joey' and 'Force of Execution.' and the TNT drama series 'The Last Ship’ as Wolf Taylor.
With more than 25 years of training in martial arts, Foster’s skills were put to the test in the National Geographic Channel documentary 'Fight Science. He holds a black belt in taekwondo and several other disciplines, including kickboxing, karate, BJJ, silat, Muay Thai, and Filipino martial arts.
In addition to his television and film work, he also provided voice over and motion capture work in the 2015 Mad Max video game developed by Avalanche Studios.
“Bren came onto the scene the like a bat out of hell. He was an intense, caring and sensitive guy with a beautiful kind feel about him. When it comes to the business of acting, Bren is also all over it. Bren picks things up real quick and alarmingly well. He still has the record for finishing parts of the course brilliantly and very fast. Having had a world class discipline in martial arts he is a rare breed that can have more than one world class discipline. An amazing actor, teacher and martial artist. Bren was and continues to be a pleasure to be around. With talent and discipline so high it’s no surprise to see Bren do so well.”