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Sophia was born on July 8, 1982, in Pasadena, California. Her father, Charles William Bush, is a renowned advertising and celebrity photographer, and her mother, Maureen Bush, runs a photography studio.Young Bush was brought up in Pasadena; she made her acting debut in a school theater production while attending Westridge School for Girls, a small private school in her hometown.She was crowned the Queen of the Tournament of Roses at Pasadena Rose Parade in 2000; that same year, she graduated from High School.In 2002, Sophia Bush made her screen debut as "Sally", a college student, in the comedy Van Wilder: Party Liaison (2002), opposite Ryan Reynolds.
I had the opportunity to learn it and play with guys who have mastered the sport.It’s Fabienne Darnaud, a news anchor who recently interviewed. You get more of a sense of accomplishment than you do sadness." Production on the final season wrapped in October but it still hasn't sunk in yet for Lafferty and company, many of whom -- along with executive producers Mark Schwahn, who told of nine seasons on the WB and the CW. We all walked through the door across the stage on-camera and hopefully, they'll use that last shot somewhere." Lafferty: "We all had different last days. I won't remember that being the last day til two months, a year down the road when I realize it's never coming back. I can't give it away but that was my final scene." PHOTOS: Winter TCA 2012's Notable Quotables Theme of the Final Season Lafferty: "It is [very dark]. "It’s the end of the road and we’ve crossed the finish line. It's impossible for it to feel like the last day because we've been doing it for so long.PHOTOS: 17 New Shows Premiering in 2012 Lafferty, Galeotti and co-star Sophia Bush (Brooke), who directed the series' penultimate episode, took a moment to look back on their ." Galeotti: "The final scene I shot was a scene on the stage and it's on Julian's (Austin Nichols) soundstage. It's a totally different season and it's something we haven't seen before -- a tall statement for what is. We've taken the audience on several rollercoasters but I can guarantee you that the audience has never seen anything like this so far." Bush, of Schwahn's hint that not everyone will be seen by season's end: "I can't say anything about it otherwise they're going to me!