Actress Shoshana Bush knew from her youth that she wanted to act, and she started commuting to Los Angeles from her home in the San Francisco area when she was a teenager in order to audition. The strain was difficult, so she moved to Los Angeles at 16 to finish her education and pursue her goals in Hollywood. After a small role in the TV forensics drama "CSI: Miami" in 2005, she acted in the 2007 college drama "Palo Alto," which also featured actors Ben Savage and Tom Arnold. In 2008, she played Olivia, a young woman who gets involved with her older brother's friend, in the dark romance "Fling," a movie that featured Brandon Routh. Soon after, she won the lead in the Wayans Brothers dance-movie spoof "Dance Flick." Bush played Megan, a beautiful young girl from the suburbs who moves to the city to pursue her love of dance. There she meets Thomas Uncles (Damon Wayans Jr.), a shy kid from the streets, and becomes his dance partner while also falling for him. Bush added to this success with guest spots on popular television shows like the sitcom "2 Broke Girls" and the sport comedy "The League." She also appeared on two episodes of the ABC Family drama "The Secret Life of the American Teenager."