Mostly Credited As: David Foster
Birth Name: David Walter Foster
Date Of Birth: November 01, 1949 (Age 64)
Country Of Birth: Canada
Birth Place: Victoria, British Columbia
David Foster was born in 1950 in Canada and is a multi award winning musician, producer and composer. He has won fourteen grammys and for his work supporting research into children's cancer, leukemia, and AIDS, in 1997 David Foster was honoured with the United States Children's Choice Award from the Neil Bogart Memorial Fund. Both Foster and his wife are involved in a number of humanitarian causes and wrote the song "Voices That Care" which they donated to the American Red Cross and the United Service Organizations (USO). In his native Canada, Foster established the David Foster Foundation Society, giving generously of his time and talent to raise money to assist families of British Columbia children who require organ transplants. For his many good works, Foster was voted "Premier of British Columbia" by the citizens of his native province in 2005. David Foster did a lot of music for the 1980s film "The Secret of My Success" which has Michael J. Fox and Helen Slater in. He did the songs "Gazebo", "Water Fountain" and "The Secret of My Success". In 2005 he and his wife, Linda Thompson, divorced.
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Did a lot of music for the film "The Secret of My Success".
David Foster has worked with George Harrison, Barbra Streisand, Céline Dion, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Chicago, Mariah Carey, and Madonna.
In 1991, he married Linda Thompson and the two worked together on several songs.
For his work supporting research into children's cancer, leukemia, and AIDS, in 1997 David Foster was honored with the United States Children's Choice Award from the Neil Bogart Memorial Fund.
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