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Ami Foster

Ami Foster
Born (1975-08-05) August 5, 1975
Occupation Actress/Singer
Years active 1983-1995

Ami Foster (born August 5, 1975) is an American former child actress, voice artist and singer. Foster is best remembered for playing Margaux Kramer on the American television program Punky Brewster.

Biography

Foster, a native of California, won the National Tap Dance Championship after which she was discovered on Star Search as a singer at age five. In 1984, Foster landed her most notable role, in the NBC series Punky Brewster as Margaux Kramer, the spoiled upper class friend of the title character. During the run of Punky Brewster, Foster appeared on Circus of the Stars; she shared an act with actor-musician Corey Yothers, whose sister Tina (of Family Ties fame) was also featured that year in COTS.

Following the end of Punky Brewster in 1988, Foster appeared in various guest roles: on The Wonder Years, Quantum Leap, and Life Goes On. In 1986-87 she was the voice of Holly, the young owner of the Puppy Pound in the Pound Puppies television series. She also voiced Sally Brown in the 1988 animated Peanuts special Snoopy!!! The Musical and Lucy van Pelt in an

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