elcome to Dear Sophia, an exclusive and in-depth fansite dedicated the talented actress Sophia Bush. Through her career, Sophia has captured film and television audiences alike, with her strong performances and diverse characters. She’s probably most known for her roles as Brooke Davies in the long running television series “One Tree Hill”, as Beth in the iconic “John Tucker Must Die” and as Erin Lindsay on “Chicago P.D.”.

We aim to bring you all the latest news and images relating to Sophia’s acting career, and strive to remain 100% gossip-and-paparazzi-free. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions or concerns. – The Staff
Sara • October 26, 2018 • 0 Comments

Hello Sophia fans, and happy weekend! Our girl has been out at two different events this week, and I finally had the time to update our gallery with pictures. The first event was an InStyle and Kate Spade dinner at the Spring Place in Beverly Hills, Calif on October 23. The event celebrated Kate Spade‘s new creative director Nicola Glass, and Sophia was in attendance with Maddie Qiegler, Angela Sarafyan, Skai Jackson, Chrissy Metz, Sydney Sweeney, Marsai Martin, Odeya Rush, Poppy, Julia Jones, and InStyle‘s Laura Brown! All the women looked stunning in outfits by Kate Spade New York, and I have added 9 beautiful high quality pics to our gallery.

Yesterday (October 25) Sophia stepped out again, this time for the SkinCeuticals Custom D.O.S.E Launch Event in Los Angeles. I’ve unfortunately only been able to find two high quality photos from the event, but the two we have are really pretty! Enjoy the new additions.

Sara • October 15, 2018 • 0 Comments

Just in time for our one year anniversary (which is later this week – stay tuned for some surprises), I have finally completed the film and TV section of our gallery! More than 8,000 HD screen captures of Sophia in her final season on Chicago P.D. have now been added, completing this section of our site. Out of all of Sophia’s released projects, this was the only one we were missing – meaning you can now find pics and screen captures from every single one of Sophia’s TV episodes and films here at “Dear Sophia”.

I really enjoyed this season of the show, even though I wasn’t crazy about Erin’s farewell. It was hard to say goodbye to a character I’ve loved for so long, but I completely support and understand Sophia’s decision to leave the show – and I can’t wait to follow her on this new chapter of her life, with the upcoming “Surveillance”. Erin was – as always – brilliant in this season, and there’s a lot of really great screen captures in there, so make sure you head over to our gallery to start browsing all the episodes.

I’m going to start working on some pages dedicated to her shows up next, now that the gallery section is complete. Stay tuned for those!


Sara • October 15, 2018 • 0 Comments

Hello again Sophia fans, here comes another update! It has now been announced that Sophia’s upcoming CBS spy-drama pilot “Surveillance” will start filming this November. Filming of the pilot is set to last from November 27th to December 14th, in the Vancouver area. We’ll keep you posted on anything new related to this new project, which I’m personally so excited about!

Sara • October 15, 2018 • 0 Comments

Sophia was so adorable in the video shot at the LAFC vs Houston Dynamo Game (which I posted earlier today), so I just had to make screen captures for our gallery! 100+ HD caps from the clip have been added, where you can see Sophia with the FCLA Falcon mascot. In addition to the screen captures, I have also updated our events section with two HQ photos of our girl at the game – enjoy!

Sara • October 15, 2018 • 0 Comments

On October 12, Sophia was a guest at the Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles, where LAFC played the Houston Dynamo! She held the FCLA Falcon mascot ahead of the game, and you can watch a video and short interview with her below.

Sara • October 15, 2018 • 0 Comments

Last week (October 11), Sophia attended the ‘National Geographic Photo Ark‘ Exhibition At Annenberg Space For Photography. I have finally added pics from the event to our gallery! 79 new photos have been added, all in gorgeous high quality. Sophia was joined at the event by Holland Roden and Shannon Woodward, and wore a colorful red and pink dress with Loriblu pumps. I love her pink make-up!

All the beautiful new photos can now be found in our gallery, album and previews are linked for you below.


Sara • October 15, 2018 • 0 Comments

Hello Sophia fans! You all probably remember that Sophia did a stunning outdoor photoshoot by her friend Samantha Marquart earlier this year, and today I have finally updated our gallery with more pics from the shoot! This is one of my favorite photoshoots she has done, and they will very likely be seen in a future layout here at Dear Sophia eventually… Head over to our gallery and enjoy the pretty!

Sara • October 08, 2018 • 0 Comments

Marie Claire – In the 18 months since Donald Trump was elected president, a handful of Hollywood actors have taken on part-time roles as political activists. Among them is former One Tree Hill star Sophia Bush, who can currently be found fighting the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh tooth and nail—protesting, petitioning, tweeting, and passionately siding with Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault in the ’80s. (Bush has even been mocked by Breitbart, which is how you know you’ve made it in 2018. I’m not going to link to that.)

A lifelong activist, Bush has emerged as a major player in the resistance movement. She’s a founding member of TIME’s UP, delivered a speech at the Women’s March this year, partnered with The Outrage to create a clothing line that benefits causes like Planned Parenthood and the ACLU, and tweets almost constantly about Trump and the (many) people his administration marginalizes, to the point that she’s gotten death threats over it. So it should come as no surprise that Bush is vehemently against the confirmation of Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, which looks like an increasingly likely prospect this weekend.

“To everyone saying “why did they wait? The timing feels suspect,” etc…Just remember Bill Cosby,” Bush wrote on Twitter on the eve of Dr. Ford’s testimony. “No one wanted to believe it about him. It was true. And he’s going to prison. I’d wager more women victimized by Kavanaugh will vome [sic] forward. Women feel safety in numbers.” (Indeed, two more women have accused Kavanaugh of assault since Dr. Ford stepped forward—claims Kavanaugh denies.)

Like other stars with huge fan bases independent of politics—Bush, of course, starred as the sharp, fierce Brooke Davis in the CW’s One Tree Hill, a character often described as an OG feminist—Bush actively encourages her social-media following to practice activism in their own lives, from registering to vote to showing up to support women. “I’m a social liberal,” she told Refinery29 in December. “I believe in equality for all…I believe we should smash the patriarchy and systemic racism and actually make healthcare more easily accessible than weaponry.”

Central to Bush’s belief system is her feminism, which she proudly went on the record about in 2014. “I don’t think there was ever a time where I wasn’t [a feminist],” she told Teen Vogue in 2016, just before she went out on the campaign trail with Hillary Clinton. In 2017, she quit the NBC drama Chicago PD, hinting that her departure was related to a negative atmosphere for Bush on set. She told Refinery29:

“I couldn’t do that job anymore…[I told them that] if something really drastic doesn’t change, I’m leaving at the end of the year…I’m giving you 23 episodes’ notice. There will be no conversation in which I was hysterical, emotional, in which I was being a quote “irrational female” or whatever you want to put on it. I’m literally sitting in front of you, like, cool as a cucumber.”

Bush has also gone on the record about how being a woman on the set of One Tree Hill became unexpectedly devastating, joining the rest of the show’s female cast to accuse creator Mark Schwahn of sexual harassment and emotional abuse. (Schwahn has not commented publicly on the claims.) “Why am I supposed to suffer and kill my own career because somebody else can’t keep their dick in their pants?” Bush later said in an interview with Sirius XM.

Now, in the run-up to the midterm elections, Bush is amping up her activism as much as her time allows: Even though she just scored a leading role in new show Surveillance, she tweets almost exclusively about politics and the “blue wave” she and other activists are pushing for in November.

Sara • October 08, 2018 • 0 Comments

Talbots have just uploaded a new video of Sophia to their YouTube account! It features behind the scenes footage from Sophia’s “Dress for Success” photoshoot for O, The Oprah Magazine Collection for Talbots, as well as an interview about the collection. Check it out below.

O, The Oprah Magazine Collection for Talbots influencer Sophia Bush talks confidence, Dress for Success®, the power of a good outfit and the key to empowering women.

Sara • September 27, 2018 • 0 Comments

Star News Online | ‘The Women of One Tree Hill’ have launched a Florence relief effort that’s raised more than $50,000

WILMINGTON — On Saturday, “One Tree Hill” fans celebrated the 15th anniversary of the locally show’s premiere episode in 2003.

The women of “One Tree Hill” celebrated by calling attention to their relief fund for Wilmington residents recovering from Hurricane Florence. As of Wednesday afternoon, the #CapeFearlessChallenge campaign, created by 13 female cast members and the Random Acts charity organization, had raised more than $50,000 from nearly 1,250 backers.

Among those who rallied was Sophia Bush, Hilarie Burton, Bethany Joy Lenz, Shantel VanSanten, Kate Voegele, Danneel Ackles, Daphne Zuniga and Jana Kramer.

Bush, who played Brooke Davis for the show’s entire nine-season run, said the women are all part of a text message group that sprung into action as soon as the hurricane’s path for the Carolinas became clear.

“As soon as the threat of Florence hit the news, we were all texting like mad to come up with a plan,” she said in an email to the StarNews.

Nearly all of the women have friends or family that still live in the area, and many still visit for bi-annual fan conventions, so the prospect of a devastating storm was personal.

Ackles, who played on the series, had worked on a Hurricane Harvey relief fund with Random Acts, which offered their help, Bush said. Crowdrise built the site page and launched it within 24 hours of their first text conversation.

“We sent four or five ideas between the group, settled on one, and we were off and running,” Bush wrote. “It’s incredible what a group of determined women can do in a day.”

Since the storm hit and recovery efforts began, the group has watched from their respective homes across the country as Wilmington and the region they called home while filming the series rebuilds.

“The video footage is devastating,” Bush wrote. “The water is receding, but still a few feet of water damage can result in entire buildings being condemned because of mold. Luckily, none of our close friends were harmed, but many lost a lot. From precious memories to homes, it’s awful to hear about the after effects.”

The campaign, which the women have been promoting on social media, also sells “To North Carolina With Love” T-shirts, with all proceeds going to the fund.

While she knows words can’t help those in dire need of assistance after Florence, she said the women are happy to be doing what they can as Wilmington recovers.

“Wilmington still means so much to me,” she wrote. “All of us gals love it there. It’ll always be the best home away from home.”