VIDEO: Sutton & Hunter Foster Talk BUNHEADS!

January 23
6:54 2013

ABC Family has just released a behind-the-scenes chat with Broadway siblings Sutton and Hunter Foster! In the interview, the duo chat about playing fictional family on the hit series BUNHEADS, sleeping on each other's couches, and more. Check it out below!

On BUNHEADS, Hunter will play Michelle's (Sutton) brother, Scotty Simms. Scotty, the beloved brother who also has a tendency to fall in and out of marriages.

The pair's first episode together airs next week, Jan. 28, at 9PM on ABC Family.

Tired of her life as a showgirl in Las Vegas, Michelle (Foster) impulsively agrees to marry Hubbell - her biggest fan. But her arrival into his small town isn't well received - especially by his mother (Kelly Bishop, "Gilmore Girls"), who runs a dance studio full of "Bunheads."

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.

VIDEO: Sutton & Hunter Foster Talk BUNHEADS!


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