Barbara Rush, star of ‘It Came From Outer Space’ and ‘Peyton Place,’ dies at 97

Barbara Rush, American actress

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# 01 April 2024 12:49 (UTC +04:00)

Barbara Rush, who won a Golden Globe for most promising newcomer in “It Came From Outer Space” and went on to appear in “Peyton Place” and many other movies and TV shows, died on Sunday, APA reports citing Variety.

Her daughter, Fox News Channel correspondent Claudia Cowan, confirmed her death to Fox News Digital.

Rush appeared in soap operas including “All My Children” and on “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.

Born in Denver, Rush graduated from the U. of California, Santa Barbara, and then trained at the Pasadena Playhouse.After signing with Paramount Pictures, she made her movie debut with “The Goldbergs” and then starred in the sci-fi film “When Worlds Collide.”

Her Golden Globe came for another sci-fi role, as the fiancée of an amateur astronomer who makes contact with aliens in 1954’s “It Came From Outer Space.”

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