Wick BriggsPlayed by Scott Michael Foster
Wick Briggs is Hap’s son and the heir to the family fortune. But Wick isn’t the man his father is, and reveals the grittiness and corruption behind the wealthy sheen. Unwilling to play by the rules, he is in bed with all the wrong types of people, including Jules, a beautiful and resourceful owner of the local bar who knows how to use her assets to her benefit.
Scott Michael Foster has brought to life some of the most versatile and memorable characters on screen today. Last fall, Foster was seen in a guest arc on ABC’s hit series Once Upon A Time, starring as Kristoff from Frozen, the highest grossing animated film in history. In addition to Once Upon A Time, Foster is currently recurring on ABC Family’s critically acclaimed series Chasing Life as Leo. He was also recently seen recurring as Hunt Whitmarsh on AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire. On the film front, Foster starred as Daniel Meyer in the horror/thriller The Pact II, released last fall. He also recently wrapped production on the independent feature My Dead Boyfriend, directed by his former co-star Anthony Edwards and also starring Heather Graham, Gina Gershon, and John Corbett.
In 2005, Foster landed several independent films and in 2007, he booked what would become his regular acting gig for the next five years — a series regular role starring as Cappie on the hit series Greek for ABC Family. While putting in time on Greek, Foster wrote, produced, and starred in his own script that he sold to Comedy Central entitled Neighbros.
Foster went on to score a handful of guest star roles including appearances on: TNT’s The Closer, NBC’s Friends with Benefits, Law and Order: LA, and Parenthood, and ABC Family’s Melissa & Joey. He also held a recurring role on Quarterlife for NBC and starred in the 2009 fan favorite independent feature Teenage Dirtbag. In 2012, Foster had the opportunity to play characters that were far from the happy go lucky teen he portrayed on Greek. First, he was seen in 10 episodes of the hit Showtime series Californication starring opposite David Duchovny as Tyler, and went on to play Jonas Beckett in five episodes of ABC’s Emmy-nominated series The River. Soon after filming The River, ABC enlisted Foster once again, casting him in Zero Hour opposite Anthony Edwards, Jacinda Barrett, Addison Timlin, and Carmen Ejogo.
When not acting, Foster is an active supporter of The Sue Weaver Cause, an organization that promotes consumer awareness of unsafe service employment. Foster is also a musician, and in 2009 released an EP with his band Siren’s Eye. He recently became a certified scuba diver, and currently lives in the Los Angeles area with his two dogs, Oliver and Charlie.