Actress and director Jodie Foster was awarded the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award at Sunday’s (Jan. 13) Golden Globes ceremony. In her emotional speech, Foster basically came out of the closet for the first time publicly and also thanked her partner and mother to her two sons Charlie and Kit, Cydney Bernard.
Cydney Bernard is a producer whom Foster met on the set of “Sommersby” in 1993, where Bernard was working as a production coordinator. Other credits to her name include “L.A. Story,” “The Client,” “Bean” and episodes of “The L Word” and “Off the Map.”
While Foster announced in the speech that she is single, which we take to mean that she and Bernard are no longer together romantically, they are sure to still be in other’s lives, as they have always been the co-parents of their two sons, whose full names are Charles Bernard Foster and Kit Bernard Foster, according to their plaques at the Saban Center for Health and Wellness, to which Foster has donated a large sum of money and has an aquatic pavilion named after her.