The son of the entrepreneur Jonathan Bush attended an Anglican private school in Middletown (Rhode Iceland ) and completed his studies in 1994 in Political Science at private Colby College in Waterville (Maine) with a Bachelor of Arts. Subsequently, he worked as a speaker at regional radio stations in New Hampshire and Washington, DC. From 2001 he was employed as a correspondent and presenter in various programs of the NBC. Since 2004 he has been the anchorman across the U.S. to air five times a week broadcast infotainment show Access Hollywood. For the Bush NBC as a reporter of the 2004 Summer Olympics, 2006 Winter Olympics and Summer Olympics 2008.
Five times Billy Bush hosted the NBC each together with a colleague the finals of the Miss Universe 2003 and 2004 with Daisy Fuentes, 2005, Nancy O'Dell and 2009 with Claudia Jordan. In the same years he hosted with the same fellow (except 2009 Nadine Velazquez instead of Claudia Jordan ) and the finals in the Miss USA. In the film comedy The Stepford Wives (2004 ), he had a cameo appearance as host of a fictional game show. As in January 2008 precipitated the TV show in the awarding of the Golden Globe Awards 2008 due to the strike of the Writers Guild of America, Billy Bush was with Nancy O'Dell the press conference for the announcement of the winners. In April 2008, Bush hosted on behalf of Meredith Vieira five episodes of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? . Since 2008 he has been the host of the radio talk show, The Billy Bush Show, which is produced by the network Westwood One, and aired from Monday to Friday across the U.S.. In 2010 he had a cameo in the comedy film Get Him ( Original title: Get Him to the Greek). Also in 2010 he made his acting debut in a supporting role in the feature film Furry Vengeance - It's getting hairy ( Furry Vengeance ).
Billy Bush has been married since 1998. With his wife and their three daughters, he lives with main residence in Los Angeles.