Ci Ci Foster can be labeled as a true “Wonder Woman.” The multi-talented Chicago native’s unparalleled creativity, and unrelenting passion for entertainment have been instrumental in providing her with diverse opportunities in the film, modeling and publishing industries.
Foster’s career in entertainment began while she was a student as Chicago State University, where she received her B.A. in psychology and minored in theatre.
As a student, Ci Ci graced the stage in a variety of productions, but didn’t fully commit herself to pursuing her dream until she participated in a question and answer session for Rap So Dee, an off Broadway production.
Professionally, Ci Ci has enjoyed success in a host of independent films, print ads, and commercials. Her commercial credits include Meijers, Walgreens, and Euro-Pro Vacuum. Her film credits include Wages of Sin, This is the Remix, and The Piano Lesson to name a few.
In 2004, Ci Ci developed an interest in writing, and began honing her skills by writing short stories. Her debut novel, Sunny Rain, has just been released and is already receiving rave reviews.
A true entrepreneur at heart, Ci Ci formed her own production company, Flower Goddess Productions, with fellow actress Mashari Laila Bain. Through this company, Ci Ci produced her new documentary, I Heart Hollywood, a film that focuses on the trials and real life struggles of 14 actresses in Hollywood.
With all of her current accomplishments under her belt, more is yet to come for the new diva of urban erotica. Dubbed as a Phenomenal Woman by 50 in 52 Journey, an organization who honors ordinary people who do extraordinary things, Foster is truly a talent to be reckoned with.
She currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two daughters, and is currently working on her new novel, Hollywoodn’t.
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