Genevieve Bujold was born on July 1, 1942 in Montreal, Quebec,
Sometimes Genevieve Bujold is credited as G. Bujold.
Paul Almond and Genevieve Bujold were married in 1967, Almond
is a director which worked out great for Bujold's career. Bujold
was in some of Almond's films including ACT OF THE HEART. The
couple divorced in 1973.
Matt Almond is Genevieve and Paul's son, he followed
in his parent's footsteps becoming an actor and director as
In 1976 Genevieve Bujold impressed the audience and critics
with her role in Brian De Palma's OBSESSION.
Having only two notable TV guest appearances, Genevieve Bujold
appeared on HALLMARK HALL OF FAME twice in 1967 playing SAINT
JOAN OF ARC in the episode Saint Joan. And in 1976 playing
CLEOPATRA in the episode Caesar and Cleopatra.
Earning an Oscar nomination, Genevieve Bujold starred in ANNE
OF THE THOUSAND DAYS in 1969.
In 1984 Genevieve Bujold played opposite Clint Eastwood in
the psycho thriller TIGHTROPE.
Genevieve Bujold's other notable credits include...
DISAPPEARANCES - 2006
JERICHO MANSIONS - 2003
ALEX IN WONDER - 2001
EYE OF THE BEHOLDER - 1999
YOU CAN THANK ME LATER - 1998
DEAD INNOCENT - 1996
THE DANCE GOES ON - 1992
FALSE IDENTITY - 1990
DEAD RINGERS - 1988
CHOOSE ME - 1984
MONSIGNOR - 1982
MISTRESS OF PARADISE - 1981
THE LAST FLIGHT OF NOAH'S ARK - 1980
COMA - 1978
OBSESSION - 1976
SWASHBUCKLER - 1976
THE TROJAN WOMEN - 1971
MARIE-CHRISTINE - 1970
ANNE OF THE THOUSAND DAYS (1969)
GENEVIEVE - 1964
FRENCH CANCAN - 1954
Awards achieved by Genevieve Bujold -
Canadian Film Awards - KAMOURASKA - 1973
Canadian Film Awards - ACT OF THE HEART - 1970
Canadian Film Awards - ISRAEL - 1967
Emmy Awards - HALLMARK HALL OF FAME - Saint Joan - 1968
Golden Globes - ANNE OF THE THOUSAND DAYS - 1970
Gemeaux Awards - NOCES DE PAPIER, LES - 1990
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards - DEAD RINGERS - 1988
Los Angeles Silver Lake Film Festival - FINDING HOME - 2004
Monaco International Film Festival - FINDING HOME - 2003
Queens Film Festival - Lifetime Achievement Award - 2003
SACD Awards - Suzzane Bianchetti Award - 1967