The great actress Barbara Rush died at the age of 97.

The death of Barbara Rush, who yesterday Sunday (31.04.2024), announced her daughter Claudia Cowan, on Fox News Digital. The famous actress died at the age of 97 while in the last years of her life she lived at Harold Estate Lloyd in Beverly Hills, California. Claudia Cowan’s daughter who is a journalist confirmed Barbara Rush’s death by saying: “My wonderful mother left life peacefully at 5:28 this afternoon. I was with her this morning and I know she was waiting for me to return home safely for the transition” And she continued: “It is fitting that she chose to leave Easter, as it was one of her favorite celebrations and now, of course, Easter will have a deeper meaning for me and my family.” Barbara Rush appeared in soap operas such as “All My Children” and “7th Heaven” and appeared in films such as “The Young Philadelphians”, “Robin and the 7 Hoods”, “Hombre” and “The Young Lions”. Her co-stars included Rock Hudson, Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra and Richard Burton. Barbara Rush was born in Denver on January 4, 1927, but grew up in Santa Barbara, California. Her father, Roy Rush, was a lawyer for a Midwest mining company. The actress attended the University of California in Santa Barbara and graduated in 1948, starting her career in the university’s play program. Television Persone Barbara Rush made her film debut with “The Goldbergs” and then starred in the science fiction film “When Worlds Collide”. The Golden Globe was given to her for another science fiction role, as the fiancée of an amateur astronomer who comes into contact with aliens in the 1954 “It Came From Outer Space”. Theatrical Persona Among her television roles was Nora Clavicle in the television series “Batman” and the mother of the “Vionic Woman”. Her other television appearances were “Maude”, “Cannon”, “Streets of San Francisco”, “Fantasy Island”, “Love Boat” and “Murder, She Wrote”. Rush made an appearance in the 1980 disco film, “Can’t Stop the Music”, and then took on more television roles in the soap opera “Flamingo Road”. She also appeared on stage throughout her career and in 1989, starred in a national tour of “The Flowered Manolies”. Married to actress Jeffrey Hunter in 1950, they divorced in 1955. He married journalist Warren Cowan in 1959, but the two divorced them in 1969. Finally, Rush married sculptor Jim Gruzalski in 1970 after meeting at a concert by Engelbert Humperdinck, but also divorced with him in 1973. He had two children, Claudia Cowan and Jeffrey Hunter.

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