Sarah Rush

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Sarah Rush
Born Sarah Kathleen Rush
(1955-09-20) September 20, 1955 (age 59)
Occupation Actress
Years active 1978 - Present
Spouse(s) Fred Bova
Children Amanda Grace

Sarah Rush is an American actress, best known in television for her work in the original Battlestar Galactica. She narrated and starred in the 2005 documentary The Bituminous Coal Queens of Pennsylvania produced by Patricia Heaton and directed by David Hunt, which won the 2006 Heartland Film Festival Award. Rush was herself crowned Coal Queen in 1972.[1]

She is a member of the Actor's Studio, an acting student of Uta Hagen and Milton Katselas, and is a BFA in Theatre summa cum laude graduate from the Pennsylvania State University. She is married to Fred Bova (1999–present) and has one daughter, Amanda Grace.

Theatre[edit]

  • Our Town directed by Gower Champion and also starring Eddie Albert,
  • As you like it directed by Sir Tony Richardson and also starring Stockard Channing,
  • The Glass Menagerie directed by Lee Shallot,
  • Toyer at the Kennedy Center directed by Sir Tony Richardson and also starring Kathleen Turner, Brad Davis, and Kevin Spacey,
  • She stoops to conquer in the title role,
  • THE BELLE OF AMHERST, a one woman show on the life of Emily Dickinson,
  • Alma in SUMMER AND SMOKE,
  • Angel in WHEN YOU COMING BACK RED RYDER starring Christopher McDonald.

Television[edit]

Filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bituminous Coal Queens Production - Sarah Rush

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