Grand L. Bush

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Grand Lee Bush (born December 24, 1955) is an American actor of stage, television and major motion pictures. Bush was born in Los Angeles, California, the son of Essie and Robert Bush, who was an actor. Shakespearean-trained, Bush studied film and theatre at the Los Angeles City College Theatre Academy, University of Southern California and the Strasberg Academy in Hollywood. He continued his education by performing at the historic Globe Theatre, the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles, and the annual Shakespeare Festival in Garden Grove, California. Bush has been married to former television personality Sharon Crews since 1994. In 1994, Bush was recognized by the City of Los Angeles for his courage after he heroically saved the life of a shooting victim; he and the man he rescued are now close friends. In 1983, Bush won a nomination for a Canadian Genie Award in the category of "Best Performance by a Foreign Actor" for his role in the feature film, Hard Feelings. Bush's introduction to cinema began five years earlier in 1977, when he landed a recurring role on the CBS sitcom Good Times.
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