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Barbara Rush

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Barbara Rush

American stage, film, and television actress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1927.

Countries: United States (82%), United Kingdom (12%), Illinois (6%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: The Fugitive (TV series), Jeffrey Hunter, Dean Martin

Linked to: University of California, Santa Barbara, Paramount Pictures, American Broadcasting Company, NBC

 

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Barbara Rush was born in 1927 add something


1950

Barbara Rush married actor Jeffrey Hunter in 1950 and had a son, Christopher add something

 

She began working on television in the 1950s add something

 

Jeffrey Hunter - Hunter's first marriage from 1950 to 1955 to actress Barbara Rush produced a son, Christopher


1951

She made her screen debut in the 1951 movie " The Goldbergs" and went on to star opposite the likes of James Mason, Marlon Brando, Paul Newman, Richard Burton, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and Kirk Douglas add something


1952

In 1952 she starred in "Flaming Feather" with Sterling Hayden and Victor Jory add something


 

In 1954 she won the Golden Globe award for "Most Promising Newcomer - Female" for her performance in "It Came from Outer Space" add something


1959

She married publicist Warren Cowan in 1959 add something


1962

In 1962, she guest starred as Linda Kinkcaid in the episode "Make Me a Place" on the NBC medical drama about psychiatry, "The Eleventh Hour" starring Wendell Corey and Jack Ging add something

 

In 1962-1963, she appeared three times as Lizzie Hogan on the short-lived NBC drama about newspapers, "Saints and Sinners" add something


1965

In 1965, she appeared in a 2-part episode of "The Fugitive" entitled "Landscape with Running Figures" as Marie Gerard add something


1967

In 1967, she guest starred on the ABC western series "Custer" starring Wayne Maunder add something


 

In 1970, she earned the Sarah Siddons award for dramatic achievement in Chicago theatre for her leading role in "Forty Carats" and brought her one-woman play "A Woman of Independent Means" to Broadway in 1984 add something


1975

Kathleen Cody (actor) - In 1975, Cody appeared in the Vincent McEveety directed film, "The Last Day", starring Richard Widmark, Barbara Rush, Tim Matheson and Robert Conrad


1980

After appearing in the 1980 disco-themed "Can't Stop the Music", Rush returned to television work add something

 

She was a regular cast member on the early 1980s soap opera "Flamingo Road" as Eudora Weldon add something


1983

Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey - With the support of her husband, playwright Oliver Hailey, she adapted it for the stage in 1983 as a one-person play starring Barbara Rush


1998

In 1998 she was featured in an episode called "Balance of Nature" on the television series "The Outer Limits" add something


2007

Rush continues to make guest appearances on television as recent as 2007 in the recurring role of Grandma Ruth Camden on the series, "7th Heaven" add something


2009

Larry Blyden - On the commentary track of the 2009 DVD release of Blyden's TV production of "What Makes Sammy Run" , his co-star Barbara Rush says that Blyden was actually carjacked in Morocco and killed on the spot for his vehicle


2017

The Fugitive (TV series) - In "Never Wave Goodbye, Part One" she was briefly played by Rachel Ames, in "Nemesis" she was briefly played by an uncredited actress who remained identified as of late March of 2017, and in the 2-part story "Landscape with Running Figures," the only story in which hers is a major role, she is played by Barbara Rush

 

The Fugitive (TV series) - In "Never Wave Goodbye, Part One" she was briefly played by Rachel Ames, in "Nemesis" she was briefly played by an uncredited actress who remained identified as of late March 2017, and in the 2-part story "Landscape with Running Figures," the only story in which hers is a major role, she is played by Barbara Rush