William Rush (actor)
|Born||6 July 1994|
|Television||Waterloo Road (2009–2012, 2013)|
|Parent(s)||Debbie Rush (mother)
Andrew Rush (father)
|Family||Tom Rush (brother)
Poppy Rush (sister)
Rush attended Bamford Academy and trained at Manchester School of Acting. Rush started his career in Channel 4's Shameless as a lad at an ice cream van before being given a small part in BBC's Grange Hill playing the role of Ali Duncan. He also appeared in The Street and Drop Dead Gorgeous. From 2009 to 2012 he played Josh Stevenson in Waterloo Road and made a guest appearance the following year.
|2005–2007||Grange Hill||Ali Duncan||7 episodes|
|2007||The Street||Jack Taylor||1 episode|
|2007||Drop Dead Gorgeous||Lad 1||1 episode|
|2009–2012, 2013||Waterloo Road||Josh Stevenson||62 episodes|
|2013||Casualty||Stef Kelly||1 episode, episode titled: "Cross Roads"|
|2014||Coronation Street||Ian||1 episode|
|2017||Friday on my Mind||George Young||2 Episodes|
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