Sophia Bush has entertained film and television audiences with her portrayal of diverse characters. She made her acting debut in a school play. In 2002, Sophia made her screen debut in the comedy film 'Van Wilder: Party Liaison (2002). She took leave of absence from her college after getting the role of a cheerleader on TV series, 'One Tree Hill’ (2003). The show slowly developed a steady following and ran for nine seasons.
Sophia continued appearing in big screen films, such 'Stay Alive' (2006) and 'Must Die' (2006). Bush co-stars as Grace Andrews in the remake of 'The Hitcher' (2007).
She appeared in 'The Narrows' (2008), which was based on Tim McLoughlin's novel, "Heart of the Old Country." She portrayed a New York University student Kathy Popovich in the film. It was directed by François Velle. Thereafter, Bush appeared in 'Table for Three' (2009), an independent comedy film. Brandon Routh and Jesse Bradford also starred in the film.
IN 2007, Bush received several individual 'Teen Choice Awards,' including "Choice Movie Actress: Horror/Thriller," "Choice Movie Actress: Comedy" and "Choice Movie: Breakout Female." She received the "Rising Star" award at the 2007 'Vail Film Festival' and the "New Hollywood Style Icon" award at the 2008 'Hollywood Style Awards.'
Tired of his son’s attitude, Wilder Sr stops Van Wilder's tuition fees. Van, who has been in college for seven years, devises a way to raise money. Meanwhile Gwen, a journalist student is tasked to write a piece on Van Wilder. Spending time with her makes Van understand himself better. However, Gwen’s boyfriend does not like her spending time with Van.
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