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She is a part of fundraisers such as Fuck Cancer, Run For the Gulf, and Global Green Gulf Relief and has been involved in political issues, including her support for Barack Obama as president in the 2008 election.In February 2008, she made several appearances in Texas in support of the Obama campaign in the Democratic presidential primary election.In 2002, Bush was cast as Kate Brewster in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, though she was replaced by Claire Danes after a week of filming.In 2003, Bush landed the role of Brooke Davis in the WB television series One Tree Hill.She has posed on the cover of several mainstream magazines such as Entertainment Weekly, Lucky, Maxim, Glamour, In Style, and Zooey Magazine.She has also had several endorsement deals, such as for Ocean Pacific clothing.I never expected to be married more than once...because I knew what I was getting into and will always believe in love." In a January 2014 episode of Watch What Happens: Live, she stated: "We were two stupid kids who had no business being in a relationship in the first place.To all the other co-stars who've worked it out, more power to you." On January 8, 2011, Bush's nine-year-old second cousin, Christina-Taylor Green, was fatally shot in the assassination attempt on Democratic Representative Gabrielle Giffords in Tucson, Arizona.
Bush stated: "Part of my school's requirement was to do a play.Bush was joined in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Waco by fellow actor Adam Rodríguez.Touring mostly college campuses, they urged young voters to get involved politically.Sophia Anna Bush (born July 8, 1982) is an American actress, activist, director, and producer. Bush had major film roles in the comedy John Tucker Must Die (2006), the horror thriller The Hitcher (2007), the crime drama The Narrows (2008), the legal drama Marshall (2017), the action film Acts of Violence (2018), and the animated superhero film Incredibles 2 (2018).She starred as Brooke Davis in The WB/CW drama series One Tree Hill (2003–2012). Erin Lindsay in the NBC police procedural drama series Chicago P. She graduated from Westridge School for Girls in 2000, where she was a member of the volleyball team.