Barbara Rush

Name:
Barbara Rush
Age:
94
Date of Birth:
Jan 4, 1927
Place of Birth:
Denver, Colorado, United States
Occupation:
Actress
Spouse:
Jeffrey Hunter (m. 1950–1955),Warren Cowan (m. 1959–1970),Jim Gruzalski (m. 1970–1973)
Children:
2; Including Claudia Cowan
Residence:
Beverly Hills, California, United States
Home town:
Santa Barbara, California, United States
Years active:
1950–2007
Education:
University Of California, Santa Barbara (1948)
Awards:
1954 Golden Globe Award For Most Promising Newcomer – Female,1970 Sarah Siddons Award

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Barbara Rush (January 4, 1927) is an American Golden Globe Award-winning movie and television actress. In 1954, Rush won the Golden Globe Award as most promising female newcomer for her role in the 1953 American black-and-white science fiction film, It Came From Outer Space. Later in her career, Rush became a regular performer in the television series Peyton Place, and appeared in TV movies, miniseries, and a variety of other programs, including the soap opera All My Children, as well as starring in films including The Young Philadelphians, The Young Lions, Robin and the 7 Hoods and Hombre.



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