Mostly Credited As: Sophia Bush
Birth Name: Sophia Anna Bush
Date Of Birth: July 08, 1982 (Age 31)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Pasadena, California
Height: 5' 7" (1.7 m)
Sophia Bush was born on July 8, 1982, in Pasadena, CA. She grew up like all other children. She attended Westridge, an all girls high school. Then in 2000, she was Pasadena Rose Queen. This soon got her attention. She got cast in T3, but later was replaced with Claire Danes, being told she was too young looking. After she attended the University of Southern California until she got the role for One Tree Hill. Afterwards she also had appearances on Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and Nip Tuck. Her first film was Van Wilder with Ryan Reynolds and Tara Reid. It was a comedy, where she played Sally, a freshman in college with a huge crush on Ryan's character. Then in 2004, she got engaged to One Tree Hill co-star, Chad Michael Murray, and then in 2005 she got married. Only after 5 months of marriage, they divorced. Recently, she finished taping Stay Alive, and John Tucker Must Die. She also starred in the hit movie, Supercross.
Her latest movie, The Hitcher hit theaters January 19th 2007.
Trivia Married co-star Chad Michael Murray in 2005
Recently divorced husband, and co-star Chad Michael Murray. Their divorce was finalized December 2006.
"I want to play everything. I really want to do it all."
One day, Sophia says she really wants to write a book.
Sophia is an only child.
Was a journalism major at USC, before she dropped out.
She is an alumni in the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority at USC.
"My job is my job, and my personal life is my personal life, and I keep them separate. It's my job. It's not always easy, but it's my work – it's what I love and take pride in, and I won't let that slack because of personal circumstances."
Sophia says she is fine doing romantic scenes with ex husband Chad Michael Murray.
She was cast as Kate Brewster in "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" but was replaced because she was to young.
Sophia Bush Quotes
Sophia Bush: (On which historical figure she most identifies with) Wow, that’s difficult. I can’t say that I identify with him, but I have a wonderful photo of Gandhi and his family, by Margaret Bourke-White, which I keep close everywhere I go. I look at it every day and remind myself to be inspired by the things he achieved and the way he did them.
Sophia Bush: I’m a bit of a worrier, to an extreme. I’ll crack a joke, then worry if I’ve offended someone—even when they’re laughing. I have a guilt complex, always worrying.