Rebeccah Bush
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As a determined 5-year-old in Tupelo, Mississippi, Rebeccah Bush’s stage debut in “The Little Red Hen” was only the first step of a journey that hasn’t always gone according to plan.

“As a child, I used to watch ‘The Brady Bunch,’” says Bush, “but my dream was to grow up to be Marsha-- not Carol.”

With extensive experience playing roles in local and regional theater productions throughout her teen years, Bush moved to Chicago to explore new acting opportunities. The move paid off. After an appearance on “Star Search,” she landed her first feature film role in “The Men’s Club” opposite Harvey Keitel and Treat Williams. From there she has gone on to rack up other film credits, which include the cult comedy “Swimsuit: The Movie” and the 1999 Palm Springs Film Festival selection “Broken Bridges.”

On the small screen, Bush played the recurring role of Detective Katie Grant on the series “Jake and the Fatman” and was a regular (the character of Jill) on the comedy series “Sydney.” She also appeared in the NBC miniseries “Secrets of Lake Success” and the movie “In the Name Of Love: A Texas Tragedy.”

Her additional television credits include appearances on NBC’s “ER” and “Frasier,” “Murder, She Wrote,” “Diagnosis: Murder,” “Herman’s Head” and “Empty Nest.”

Despite her busy schedule, Bush eagerly sets aside time to work on behalf of young people. She is a founding member of the National Entertainment Council for KidsPeace, a group that comprises young entertainment professionals committed to raising awareness of KidsPeace, a crisis center for children and their families.

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