When Rush was eight, she wrote and performed plays. At the age of 13, Rush began her acting career.
Rush wrote, directed and starred in her own short film called "Thanks" when she was 18. Rush made her television debut in an American police procedural, legal, crime drama television series, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Hannah Milner.
In 2012, Rush made her movie debut through an American fantasy comedy-drama film, The Odd Life of Timothy Green. She then featured in numerous other movies and television series like We Are What We Are, The Giver, See You in Valhalla, Goosebumps, The Bachelors, etc.
In 2017, Rush played the role of Jenna Walton in an American comedy-drama film, Lady Bird along with Saoirse Ronan and Timothee Chalamet, written by Scott Rudin. The movie happened to be the breakthrough role of her career.
Throughout her acting career, Rush has been honored with awards like Young Artist Awards and Awards Circuit community Awards and has also nominated for The Chambie Awards, Detroit Film Critics Society Awards, Seattle Film Critics Society Awards, Florida Film Critics Circle Awards and so on.
Rush belongs to white ethnicity and holds an Israeli nationality. Odeya Rush doesn’t like to talk about her private life, and Rush carefully avoids media as much as possible.
So far, Rush is not reported to have indulged in serious relationships. Moreover, it is believed that Rush doesn’t have any boyfriend at the moment.
As of 2018, Rush's annual salary is estimated to be $0.3 million. In her successful acting career, Rush has not only earned a lot of name and fame but has also amassed a net worth of $3 million. Like her personal detail, she has not opened up much about her assets.