Joshua Rush

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Joshua Rush
Born (2001-12-14) December 14, 2001 (age 15)
Houston, Texas, U.S.
Residence Carson, California
Other names Josh Rush
Occupation Actor
Years active 2002–present
Website http://www.joshuarush.com/

Joshua Rush (born December 14, 2001) is an American teen actor best known for playing Cyrus on the Disney Channel series Andi Mack, Turner in the film Parental Guidance, Bunga on the Disney Junior series The Lion Guard, young versions of Gabriel Gray on Heroes, Chuck Bartowski on Chuck, and multiple animated films through the medium of ADR.

Career[edit]

Rush was ten months old when he first appeared in a local television special, and then several ads and catalogs shortly thereafter. By age 212, he had the uncanny ability to identify cars by logo and body style, and was soon featured on the KHOU morning news in a segment on how to raise "smart kids."[1]

Before working on Heroes, Rush appeared on Private Practice. His film credits include Blue Boy, The Journal, and Mindsight, and he played Carlos in the Baby Jamz: Daily Lessons and Jamz Sessions children's video with Solange Knowles. He has also acted in commercials for Space Center Houston and Safeco Insurance, and a video e-card for AmericanGreetings.com.[2] In 2009, Rush appeared on The Jay Leno Show as the "Super Duper Nanny Son." The same year he also appeared on Medium as Tanner Campbel, the boy in the banana costume, and on Criminal Minds as Ronny Downey.

Rush's first major television role came in 2009 when he was cast on Heroes. He played Zachary Quinto's character Gabriel Gray at a young age. This recurring role was part of a major plot point in season three. After Heroes, Rush had minor roles on Parenthood, CSI: NY, and Special Agent Oso.

In 2010, Rush began portraying a young version of Zachary Levi’s character Chuck Bartowski on Chuck. In this role, he worked with such actors as Scott Bakula and Linda Hamilton. Following his work on Chuck, Rush did ADR work on the Hallmark Channel movie "November Christmas", and commercials for McDonald's and GameStop.

In 2012, Rush appeared as Turner Simmons in the feature film Parental Guidance, which earned him a Young Artist Award nomination as Best Supporting Young Actor Age Ten and Under in a Feature Film.[3] He is also in the thriller film Emelie (2015).

Rush voices Bunga on the Disney Junior series The Lion Guard, Toby in Netflix's The Adventures of Puss in Boots and Breehn on Cartoon Network's Clarence.

Rush plays Cyrus, one of Andi's two best friends, on the Disney Channel series Andi Mack.[4] The series premiered on Disney Channel on April 7, 2017 with the one hour premiere amassing over 14 million views.[5]

Personal life[edit]

Rush was born in Houston, Texas.[6] His father is a marketing strategist and his mother is a corporate documentary producer.[6][7] Rush is fluent in English and Spanish (having learned Spanish from his nanny and in bilingual immersion schools).[8][1] Rush is Jewish, and currently lives in Carson, California.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2010 Diary of a Wimpy Kid ADR loop group
2010 The Last Airbender ADR loop group
2010 Ramona and Beezus ADR loop group
2010 Unstoppable Additional voices ADR loop group
2010 Megamind Additional voices
2011 Dolphin Tale Additional voices ADR loop group
2011 Puss in Boots Additional voices
2011 Happy Feet 2 Additional voices
2012 A Christmas Story 2 ADR loop group
2012 Playing for Keeps Additional voices ADR loop group
2012 Parental Guidance Turner Simmons
2013 Saving Lincoln Tad Lincoln
2013 Escape from Planet Earth Young Shanker Voice
2014 Mr. Peabody & Sherman Carl Voice
2014 Break Point Barry
2015 Emelie Jacob
2015 Sex, Death and Bowling Eli McAllister

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2009 Private Practice Will 1 episode
2009-2010 Heroes Little Sylar 6 episodes
2009 Medium Tanner Campbel/Boy in Banana Costume 2 episodes
2009 The Jay Leno Show Super Duper Nanny Son 1 episode
2009 Criminal Minds Ronny Downey 1 episode
2010 CSI: NY Luke Garito 1 episode
2010 Chuck Young Chuck 3 episodes
2011 Childrens Hospital Seth 1 episode
2011-2012 Special Agent Oso Additional voices 2 episodes
2012 House Ryan 1 episode
2012-2013 Family Guy Additional voices 3 episodes
2012 Gravity Falls Soldier Kid 1 episode
2013 The Cleveland Show Additional voices 1 episode
2014–present Clarence Breehn, additional voices 14 episodes
2015 40's and Failing Max 4 episodes
2015-2017 Star vs. the Forces of Evil Jeremy Birnbaum 4 episodes
2015 Bones Bradley 1 episode
2015–present The Adventures of Puss in Boots Toby 35 episodes
2016 The Loud House Additional voices 2 episodes
2016 The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show Wheels 1 episode
2016–present The Lion Guard Bunga Main role
2017–present Andi Mack Cyrus Main role

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