ABOUT Odeya Rush
Born and raised in the name of Odia Roshink in Haifa, Israel. Her father, Shlomo Rosynek, is a sabra, and her mother Maya (nee Greenfeld) immigrated from Russia. At the age of 9 she moved temporarily to the United States following her father's work in Alabama. She went to a public school in New Jersey and then moved to a public school in New Jersey, where she is the only daughter of seven siblings, and there are two pairs of twins who are younger than her and live with their parents in Los Angeles , And two older brothers who live in Israel representation in Israel From the age of 10, she began appearing in television commercials without the talk and campaigns of international fashion companies such as Gap, Tommy Hilfiger, Guess and Polo Ralph Lauren. After learning English and an American accent, she began to play roles in short films and later, at the age of 13, received guest roles in the TV series Law and Order: Special Section (in 2010), where she played Chana Milner; And "Relax" (in 2011), where she played the character of Emily, Larry David's girlfriend during his youth in New York. Following the television appearances, she received a key role in a film for the whole family by director Peter Hedges, "The Strange Life of Timothy Green" (2012), where she played the character of Johnny Jerome, Timothy Green's girlfriend In 2013, Resch was cast as the lead female film director Philip Noyce "Giver". Rush starred in this film as the lead female lead alongside Jeff Bridges, Meryl Streep, Katie Holmes and Taylor Swift. The film was filmed in South Africa for about three and a half months. She also took part in the horror movie "We Are What We Are" alongside Julia Garner and Kelly McGillis. In August 2014, she won the title of the year's breakthrough in the film "The Giver" in the 2014 Youth Choices at a ceremony held in Los Angeles.  In addition to this year, the American magazine "InStyle" marked Hersch as one of the two Israeli companies, along with Gal Gadot, who will be at the forefront of Hollywood.  In 2015, Reshe played Ashley Brod, the sister of Sarah Highland in the comedy drama "See You In Valhalla." That same year, Rush starred in the movie "Goosebumps" alongside Jack Black and Dylan Minette In 2016 she starred in the comedy drama "Almost Friends" alongside Freddy Highmore. In addition to that year, she directed (for the first time) an article, produced and starred in the short film "Thanks" presented at the Cannes Film Festival. In 2017 she appeared in the horror movie "When the Devil Comes". She also played the character of those who slowed down in the action thriller "Easy prey". Rash played the lead role in the comedy drama "A Place for Love" alongside Jay. Okay. Simmons and Julie Delphi. She played in "Lady Bird" and "Dear Dictator" films. In 2018, she played in the thriller "Spinning Man" and in the musical "Bigger Than Life" (EN). In addition to that year, she directed and played a video clip of Harry Nathan's "Rooftops"