Sutton Foster to Guest on 'CRAIG FERGUSON', 8/31

Broadway star Sutton Foster will be a guest on THE LATE LATE SHOW with Craig Ferguson on Friday, August 31st. The show airs 12:37-1:37 AM, ET/PT on the CBS network. 

Foster has received two Tony Awards, in 2002 for Thoroughly Modern Millie and in 2011 for Anything Goes. Her other Broadway credits include Little Women, The Drowsy Chaperone, Young Frankenstein and Shrek the Musical. She currently stars in BUNHEADS, recently renewed for a second season by the ABC Family Network.

Other upcoming guests on "THE LATE LATE SHOW with Craig Ferguson" for the week of 8/24 – 9/5 include:

(*Denotes changes and/or additions to previous schedule, (n) Denotes new broadcast)

Friday, August 24 Emails with Chris Hardwick; actress Carla Gugino

*Monday, August 27 Actress Kristen Bell (n)

*Tuesday, August 28 Television and radio host Larry King; comedy by Michelle Buteau (n)

*Wednesday, August 29 Actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan; actress Fiona Gubelmann (n)

*Thursday, August 30 Actress Lisa Kudrow (n)<

*Friday, August 31 Actor Seth Green; Broadway actress Sutton Foster (n)

*Monday, Sept. 3 TBD

*Tuesday, Sept. 4 Comedian Kathy Griffin; music by Tedeschi Trucks Band (n)

*Wednesday, Sept. 5 Actor Jeremy Irons; actress Monica Potter (n)

Craig Ferguson joined the late-night television arena as host of THE LATE LATE SHOW in January 2005, following a career that encompassed film, television and the stage. The Scottish-born actor, writer, director and producer, who is also known for his role as Nigel Wick on "The Drew Carey Show," brings a fresh approach to late-night television, which has quickly evolved into appointment television for America's nightly insomniacs. Each weeknight, the Peabody Award-winning show, lead by Emmy Award-nominated Ferguson, entertains audiences with an exceptional, unscripted monologue and goes one-on-one with guests from the worlds of film, television, sports and news. Additionally, THE LATE LATE SHOW with Craig Ferguson continues to spotlight eclectic, edgy musical acts and rising stand-up comedians.