Odeya Rush is an Israeli-American actress who has gained popularity for her performances in various movies and TV shows. She was born in Haifa, Israel in 1997 and moved to the United States with at a young age. her acting with roles in TV shows and films, but soon received critical acclaim for her performances.
Some of her notable works include the movie “The Giver”, where she played the role of Fiona alongside Meryl Streep and Jeff Bridges, and the horror film “Goosebumps”, where she played the lead role alongside Jack Black. She has also appeared in TV shows such as “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”.
In addition to her acting career, Odeya Rush is also involved in philanthropic work. She has worked with various organizations that focus on providing education and healthcare to children in need. Overall, Odeya Rush is a talented actress and a humanitarian.
Odeya Rushinek was born in Haifa, Israel, to a Jewish family. Hebrew, her given name means “I will thank God”. As an eight-year-old growing up in her hometown of Haifa, Israel, she wrote and performed plays.
Her family moved to the United States when she was nine years old so that her father could take up a job as a security consultant in Alabama. When she arrived, Rush did not know English and could only speak Hebrew. She attended the N. E. Miles Jewish Day School in Birmingham, Alabama, where she resided; she later moved to Midland Park, New Jersey, where she attended public school.
In the beginning of 2013, Rush moved to Los Angeles with her family. She has six brothers; four of them are younger than she is—two sets of twins who reside with their parents in Los Angeles, and two older paternal half-brothers who reside in Israel.