Date Of Birth
November 30, 1981
Billy Lush took up theatre at Florida State University. He made his screen debut in an episode of Hack in 2002; he went on to play minor roles in several short films, as well as TV shows like Without A Trace and ER. After a recurring role in Huff, he starred in the short-lived NBC series The Black Donnellys, where he played the doubtful gambler Kevin Donnelly. He later appeared in the HBO miniseries Generation Kill. Recently he starred in the short-lived Fox series the Chicago Code.
Place of Birth
New Haven, CT
– Flights (2002)
– Soleado (2004)
– Stateside (2004)
– A Million Miles to Sunshine (2004)
– Beautiful Dreamer (2006)
– Arc (2006)
– One Night (2007)
– Mercenary (2008)
– Norman (2010)
– Straw Dogs (2011)
– Law & Order: Criminal Intent (recurring, 2003-2005)
– Huff (recurring, 2006)
– The Black Donnellys (regular, 2007)
– Generation Kill (regular, 2008)
– The Chicago Code (regular, 2011)
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