By the time Sara Foster was requesting that her nanny interview her at the age of five, odds are that the future model-turned-actress knew she had a bright future in Hollywood. Possessing the kind of fair-haired beauty that simply seems to glow when captured on film and always comfortable to be the center of attention, Foster seems poised to take over and makes no secret that her ambition reaches well beyond film into virtually every aspect of the entertainment industry. A native of Malibu, CA, who experienced celebrity life early on thanks to father David Foster’s career as a Grammy-winning composer/producer, Sara was modeling by age 16 and soon appearing in high-profile campaigns for everyone from Guess to Tommy Hilfiger. Television viewers were first introduced to Foster as the host of the short-lived Entertainment Tonight spin-off ET on MTV, and though that particular endeavor may not have proven successful, the determined actress would soon make a name for herself with a minor but impressive role opposite Owen Wilson in the 2004 Elmore Leonard adaptation The Big Bounce. Cast as the knockout blonde who serves as the catalyst for a daring heist, Foster was quickly noticed by audiences, and a guest appearance on television’s popular CSI was quick to follow. In 2005, Foster led a trio of secret-agent schoolgirls on a dangerous mission to ensure national security in the high-octane action comedy D.E.B.S.