Barbara Rush, actress from Hollywood’s Golden Age, dies aged 97

Barbara Rush, actress from Hollywood’s Golden Age, dies aged 97
Barbara Rush, actress from Hollywood’s Golden Age, dies aged 97
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MOURNING IN HOLLYWOOD! The brilliant and renowned actress died last Sunday, March 31 Barbara Rush, at 97 years of age. The artist was one of the members of the Golden Age of Hollywood. The information about her death only came out this past Monday (01), and was confirmed by journalist Claudia Cowan, daughter of the actress.

On the Fox News channel, Claudia Cowan confirmed the death, declaring that her ‘wonderful mother passed away peacefully’. Born on January 4, 1927, in Denver, United States, Barbara was raised in Los Angeles, and studied at the University of California before beginning her career in cinema, where she starred in more than 114 productions in around 70 years. career.

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Barbara’s last work was the short film ‘Bleeding Hearts: The Arteries of Glenda Bryant’, from 2017. Her last public appearance was in 2019. Throughout her film career, she has worked in different genres, such as romances, dramas and suspense, but he also stood out for starring in science fiction classics, such as ‘The End of the World’ (1951) and ‘It Came from Space’ (1953).

On social media, several internet users have been lamenting the sad news of the death of Barbara Rush who, without a shadow of a doubt, was and will always be remembered as one of the ladies of international cinema.

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Throughout her career, Barbara starred alongside major Hollywood heartthrobs, such as Marlon Brando (Deuses Vancidos, 1958), Paul Newman (The Young Man from Philadelphia, 1959), Frank Sinatra (The Good Beloved, 1963) and Richard Burton (Thorns da Carne, 1960).

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Finally, the actress also married three times: the first time with Jeffrey Hunter, actor and television producer, with whom she had her first son, Christopher Hunter. She later married agent Warren Cowan, Claudia Cowan’s father, and Jim Gruzinski, with whom she stayed for three years.

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