At a time when many Irishmen were emigrating to England in search of employment, Laurence Foster was packing his bags in Wolverhampton and emigrating to Ireland. But having secured several roles in Irish productions, Laurence Foster decided to remain in Ireland.
He went on to tread the boards in a wide variety of shows, from the classics to pantomime, before joining the RTÉ Players with whom he acted and directed many plays and radio 'soaps', including Lee Dunne's Konvenience Korner and eventually being appointed head of RTÉ Radio Drama.
Along the way, he would work with many famous actors and entertainers, both Irish and international, including Micheál Mac Liammóir, Jack Cruise, Dennis Waterman, Michael Gambon and Donovan
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