David Foster is a legend in the music industry. He in an accomplished producer, composer, and multi Grammy Award winner. He has worked with legends like Destiny's Child, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Olivia Newton-John, Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey and more. He has appeared as a judge on "Celebrity…more
David as been married to B.J. Cooke (1972 - 1980), Rebecca Foster (1982 - 1986), and most recently Linda Thompson (1991 - flied for divorce in 2005). Thompson was previously married to Bruce Jenner and had been a long time girlfriend of Elvis Presley
In 1994, David Foster was named the Vice President of Atlantic Records.
In 1993, David Foster was honored by being named the "Top Singles Producer" and "Top R&B Producer" by Billboard Magazine.
In 1992, David Foster was involved in an accident when he hit Ben Vereen, who was walking down the highway, with his car.
David Foster has his own star on "Canada's Walk of Fame."
David Foster was given an Honorary Doctorate from the University Of Victoria.
David Foster started his own foundation called the "David Foster Foundation Society" which helps raise money for childrens organ transplants.
In 1997, David Foster was honored for supporting the research for children cancers and AIDS, with the "United States Children's Choice Award from the Neil Bogart Memorial Fund."
David Foster has his own record label called 143 Records.
David Foster produced Josh Groban's debut album.
David Foster has been nominated, but has never won, three times for an Academy Award for "Best Song."
David Foster won a Golden Globe Award for the song "The Prayer" that he wrote for the movie Quest For Camelot.
In 2001, David Foster produced the music for the movie "The Rising Place."
In 2000, David Foster produced the music for the movie The Family Man.
David Foster has four children.
David Foster composed the original score for the show St. Elmo's Fire.
In the 1970's, David Foster was a member of the band "Skylark."
David Foster has co-written several hits with Maurice White of "Earth, Wind & Fire" and also "The Emotions."
David Foster is a member of the "Order of Canada."
David, along with Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, composed "The Power Of The Dream" as the official song of the 1996 Summer Olympics.
David composed "Winter Games", the theme song for 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Alberta.
He is the father of actress Sara Foster and of singer/songwriter Amy Foster-Gillies, with whom he has collaborated.
David has won fourteen Grammy Awards (three for producer of the year) and has been nominated a total of forty-two times.
David produced Michael Buble's CD It's Time along with Humberto Gatica.