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Deborah Rush

American actress

Deborah Rush is ...


Born 10 April 1954 in Chatham Borough
Age 69 years, 2 months

Sex or gender female
Country of citizenship United States of America
Occupation television actor, film actor and stage actor
Nominated for Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play

About Deborah Rush

Deborah Rush: The Actress Who Brings Life to Every Role

Deborah Rush was born on April 10, 1954, in Chatham, New Jersey. She grew up in a family of artists and performers, which inspired her to pursue a career in acting. Rush studied drama at the University of California, Berkeley, and later at the Yale School of Drama.

Rush made her Broadway debut in 1977 in the play "The Misanthrope," and since then, she has appeared in numerous stage productions, including "Noises Off," "Blithe Spirit," and "The Royal Family." She has also worked extensively in film and television, with notable roles in "Strangers with Candy," "Orange Is the New Black," and "The Good Wife."

Rush is known for her versatility as an actress, able to bring depth and nuance to every character she plays. She has been praised for her ability to balance comedy and drama, and for her naturalistic acting style. Rush has said that she is drawn to characters who are complex and flawed, and that she enjoys exploring the human condition through her work.

In addition to her acting career, Rush is also a writer and director. She has written several plays, including "The Last Schwartz," which was produced off-Broadway in 2002. She has also directed productions of "The Women" and "The Importance of Being Earnest."

Rush has been nominated for several awards throughout her career, including a Tony Award for her performance in "Noises Off" and a Screen Actors Guild Award for her work on "Orange Is the New Black." She has also been recognized for her contributions to the theater community, receiving the Richard Seff Award in 2002.

Despite her success, Rush remains humble and dedicated to her craft. She has said that she is grateful for every opportunity she has had as an actress, and that she is constantly striving to improve her skills. Rush is a true artist, committed to bringing life and authenticity to every role she plays.


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