Former Greek star Scott Michael Foster has signed a talent holding deal with ABC, reuniting with the network’s president Paul Lee, who as head of ABC Family developed and launched Greek. In addition to being available for ABC pilots this coming season, Foster is joining ABC’s midseason series The River as a recurring. On the horror drama chronicling a family and TV crew’s efforts to locate a missing explorer in the Amazon, Foster will play a thrill-seeking, adventurous cameraman who may be hiding a secret.
Scott Michael Foster Inks Talent Deal With ABC, Lands Recurring Role On 'The River'
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