VIDEO: First Look - Hunter Foster Guest Stars on Tonight's BUNHEADS!
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It's a family reunion on tonight's episode of ABC Family's BUNHEADS, as Broadway's Hunter Foster, real-life brother of series star Sutton Foster, guest stars as her on-screen sibling. In a recent interview with BroadwayWorld (check it out here!), Sutton spoke about the unique experience, "..we've never really acted with one another so it's been really cool. The other day I said, 'I don't think I've ever looked at you quite so much in my life!' So it has been like, 'Oh my God, I'm like acting with my brother!', so it's been really, really fun. It's been a really cool opportunity." Get a first look at the episode entitled 'The Astronaut and the Ballerina' below!
In tonight's episode, Michelle's brother, Scotty comes for a visit after yet another failed marriage. Meanwhile, Melanie's new interest in roller derby leaves Ginny feeling abandoned, while Boo and Carl are overwhelmed with child care duties.
"Bunheads," airing Monday, January 28 at 9:00PM ET/PT.
Hunter Foster's credits include: Broadway: Million Dollar Quartet, The Producers, Little Shop of Horrors (Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critic nominations), Urinetown (Outer Critic nomination), LES MISERABLES, Grease, Footloose and King David. Off-Broadway: Happiness (Drama Desk nomination), Ordinary Days, Frankenstein, Dust, Modern Orthodox, Urinetown (Lucille Lortel nomination). Regional: Little Miss Sunshine (La Jolla), Kiss of the Spider Woman (Signature Theatre, Helen Hayes nomination), The Government Inspector, Martin Guerre (Guthrie), Mister Roberts (Kennedy Center), Children of Eden (Paper Mill), Lend Me a Tenor, Moon Over Buffalo, Boeing Boeing (Cape Playhouse). National Tours: Cats, Martin Guerre, The Producers. As a writer, he wrote the librettos for the musicals Summer of '42, Bonnie & Clyde: a Folktale and The Hollow. Hunter is a graduate of the University of Michigan.