Lindsay and Sidney Greenbush

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Lindsay & Sidney Greenbush
Born Rachel Lindsay Rene Bush,
Sidney Robin Danae Bush

(1970-05-25) May 25, 1970 (age 44)
Los Angeles, California, United States

Rachel Lindsay Rene Bush and Sidney Robyn[1] Danae Bush (born May 25, 1970 in Hollywood, California) are former child actresses, best known for their combined (alternating) role as Carrie Ingalls, in the drama series Little House on the Prairie. They are twin sisters, born to actor Billy "Green" Bush and Carole Kay Bush. Their brother, Clay, is also an actor.

Career[edit]

Prior to Little House on the Prairie debuting on September 11, 1974, they starred in the made-for-television drama Sunshine (1973), as Jill Hayden. In 1978, in the season five Little House episode "The Godsister", the sisters are shown together playing different characters. The twins' final appearance on the series was on May 10, 1982. In the final season, their absence was explained that the family (except Laura) moved to Burr Oak, Iowa to make an improvement of their lives. Several months later, the series was canceled.

In 1983, Lindsay guest starred in a Matt Houston episode as an abuse victim. Sidney starred in the film, Hambone and Hillie in 1983. The twins starred in a few commercials, Doublemint Gum, Mattel Toys, Kentucky Fried Chicken, etc.

The twins decided to retire from acting, and continue their studies at public school. They graduated from Santa Monica High, in 1988.

Personal life[edit]

Sidney was married to horse breeder William "Rocky" Foster for nine years, until his death in 2009. Foster, was 55 years old.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1973 Sunshine Jill Hayden both; TV movie
1974 Little House on the Prairie Carrie Ingalls both; pilot movie
1974–82 Little House on the Prairie Carrie Ingalls both
1978 Little House on the Prairie Alyssa both; episode 5.06 "The Godsister"
1979 Little House Years Carrie Ingalls both; post-series TV movie
1983 Hambone and Hillie Amy McVickers Sidney
1983 Matt Houston Butterfly Lindsay / episode 2.09 "Butterfly"
2001 To Tell the Truth Herself Sidney / aired October 30
2007 Weekend Today Herself Lindsay / aired May 20

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Sidney changed the way she spells her name from original Robin to Robyn so as to sound "more feminine"