'One Tree Hill': This Is Sophia Bush In 2020
Sophia Bush is best known for her role as "Brooke Davis" in the hit teen series One Tree Hill. What other shows and movies has the beauty been in since? Find out more on Sophia Bush in 2020 here!
Born in Pasadena, California on July 8, 1982, Sophia Bush realized she had an interest for acting when it was required of her to perform in one of her school's plays in order to graduate. While she went on to study journalism at the University of Southern California, she also started to receive her first film roles, including National Lampoon's Van Wilder with Ryan Reynolds.
One Tree Hill's Sophia Bush in 2020
When Bush received the role of a lifetime on the teen series One Tree Hill, her career took off! Not only did she end up marrying co-star Chad Michael Murray (which famously lasted for five months), but she also gained more serious attention as an actress.
She had a recurring role in the drama series Chicago Fire from 2013-2017, which then led to a main role in the follow up series, Chicago P.D. Her character "Erin Lindsay" can also be seen in Chicago Med, Chicago Justice and even Law and Order: SVU.
Today, Sophia Bush can be seen on the new Hulu series, Love, Victor, where she has a recurring role as "Veronica" in the romantic comedy. Previously, she made an appearance in the successful NBC comedy, This Is Us.
The former One Tree Hill star also has an upcoming title role in the CBS drama Good Sam, where she'll be playing a surgeon! We can't wait to check out this medical drama!
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#TogetherAtHome, foster pup style. Sending everyone love today. This is all very weird and hard. To everyone out there doing #essential jobs — like folks in food services, healthcare, first responders, sanitation workers, and more — you're all incredible and I'm so grateful to see the ways you're moving in the world. "Inspired" is an understatement. Thank you #StayHome
Meanwhile, Sophia is also a huge activist for many organizations and movements, including Black Lives Matter, Time's Up, and other various yet significant political movements.
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NOW THAT I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION. #MaskingForAFriend. Let's talk about masks. I'm masking for my friend Doctor Robbin Cohen, my UPS man JP, the staff at my local grocery store, my immuocompromised poppa, and my mom of course, my best friends, and YOU! Why? Well, these little face coverings matter, in a big way. We've seen some incredible effects of the early adoption of face masks (look up the stats in the Czech Republic!) at dramatically slowing the spread of COVID-19. Here in LA, I'm so grateful for every person I see on essential errands who is wearing a mask, which is almost everyone I see! And because I know that their masks protect me, and my mask protects them, I know I'm doing my part to love and support my neighbors and essential workers by wearing mine. • As some states are considering opening back up slowly over the next few weeks, it's TRULY ESSENTIAL that we ALL do our parts. Y'all! The universal use of face coverings -- not PPE grade, let's leave those for healthcare + essential workers -- is an important step to add to our practices of not touching our faces, extended handwashing, keeping to safe distances if we're out, and of course, staying home! (We can't get lax on those either.) You can make your own cloth mask out of a handkerchief -- @colinhanks has a great tutorial on his page -- an old fabric sample -- like my pal @ianparkerdesign did for me, with fabric from his studio! -- old tote bags, or whatever you have access to. Follow my sister wife @hilarieburton to learn how to sew them! • Now! MAKE SURE, when you wear your mask, YOU DO SO CORRECTLY!! Per an epidemiologist: 1) make sure the mask covers your NOSE AND MOUTH! 2) Do not touch the mask portion with your hands when removing it (meaning only touch the ties or ear straps). Wash your mask like you'd wash your laundry!! Keep that baby sterile. Be mask-smart! • So. Will you join me in committing to wearing a mask whenever it's absolutely essential for you to be in public? Who are YOU masking for? #MaskingForAFriend #COVID19 @who @cdcgov @PandemicActionNetwork by my iso pod partner @samanthamarq, obvi
You can also check out Sophia Bush's podcast, Work in Progress, where her guests include other celebrities and scholars!
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Love is uninterrupted ♥️ On this last day of #Pride month, let us shout it from the rooftops. Love is love is love is LOVE! "Be who you are. Love who you love. Walk outside and be your full self all the time" - @mrapinoe. There. It! IS!! Thanks to my girls Megan and Sue @sbird10 for the hoodie, which benefits @athletes4impact! • And a huge, unending thanks to the legacy of Marsha P. Johnson. Pride started as a riot. A riot against the police violence that the LGBTQ+ community cruelly faced. #Stonewall was an uprising, demanding justice and equality. No more, and NO LESS. And today, we still fight. It's because of the dedication of activists that we just saw a victory in SCOTUS. It's because of a tireless commitment to what's right, to fairness, compassion, recognition, and the honoring of love, that the cause always has fighters ready. For love. For truth. • I sit in gratitude for all the community leaders holding the justice torch. I am honored to be your friend and ally. I love you all so much. SO. MUCH. Onward, framily. ✊ #LoveIsLove #Uninterrupted #Pride2020 For #NigelShelby, always ️