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Meg Foster
Miami Vice Character
United States Attorney Alice Carson ("Contempt of Court" and "Blood & Roses")
May 10, 1948, Reading, Pennsylvania
Stephen McHattie (divorced)
One son with Ron Starr

Megan Foster (born May 10, 1948, Reading, Pennsylvania) appeared as US Attorney Alice Carson, who attempted to prosecute mobster Frank Mosca in the episodes "Contempt of Court" and "Blood & Roses" of the series Miami Vice.


Foster began her career in television, starting in 1969 on the PBS program NET Playhouse, other TV appearances include Here Come The Brides (with David Soul), Bonanza, The Mod Squad (with Clarence Williams III), Mannix (with William Gray Espy), The F.B.I., Barnaby Jones, Hawaii Five-O, the TV mini-series The Scarlet Letter, played Christine Cagney in the first six episodes of Cagney and Lacey before being replaced by Sharon Gless, The Young Riders (with Melissa Leo), Quantum Leap (with Dean Stockwell), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Sliders (with Cleavant Derricks), Xena: Warrior Princess (with Charles Keating), The Mentalist (with Pruitt Taylor Vince), Pretty LIttle Liars (with Keith Szarabajka), and the 2017 version of Twin Peaks (with Miguel Ferrer).

Her movie career includes her debut in 1970's Adam at 6 A.M., then roles in The Osterman Weekend, Masters of the Universe (with James Tolkan), They Live, Levithan (with Michael Carmine), Relentless (with Ron Taylor), Blind Fury (with Terry O'Quinn and Randall "Tex" Cobb), The Man in the Iron Mask, Coming Up Easy, and Any Bullet Will Do. She also performed on stage in the 1990s, including in the plays King Lear and Three Sisters.

Personal Life

Foster had a relationship with actor Ron Starr (Ride The High Country) that resulted in a son, Christopher. She was also married to actor Stephen McHattie at one time but divorced.