Kat Foster (sometimes credited as Kathy Foster) is an American actress best known for her role as Steph Woodcock in the sitcom 'Til Death, from 2006-2008.
Foster made her television debut in 2005 on the critically-acclaimed drama series Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Since then, she has also guest-starred on the long-running Law & Order, and The Book of Daniel with Aidan Quinn.
In addition, before landing the role of Steph, she starred in the NBC pilot NY-70, a stylized police show set in the 1970s, and the CBS pilot Webster Report, about a reluctant New York detective with Stanley Tucci and Bobby Cannavale.
On stage, Foster has been seen in the Naked Angels and Off-Broadway productions of The Democracy Project, a collage of short plays, music and theatrical presentations, written and performed by some of the country’s leading playwrights and artists.
In 2009 she played the recurring role of Nicole Brandt in the dark dramedy The Unusuals.
In 2010 she played a guest role in the drama series The Good Wife and she had a starring role in the short-lived television comedy series The Goodwin Games, in 2013.