Genevieve Bujold

Actor, Usher
Soft-spoken and poised, yet capable of surprising intensity, French-Canadian film actress Genevive Bujold emerged from the stages of Quebec and the cinema of France to become one of the most sought after film stars of ... Read more »
Born: 07/01/1942 in Montreal, Quebec, CA


Actor (61)

Chorus 2015 (Movie)

Gabrielle (Actor)

Northern Borders 2015 (Movie)

Abiah Kittredge (Actor)

Sarila 2013 (Movie)


Still Mine 2013 (Movie)

Irene Morrison (Actor)

Pour l'amour de Dieu 2011 (Movie)


The Trotsky 2010 (Movie)

Commissioner Archambault (Actor)

Disappearances 2007 (Movie)

Cordelia (Actor)

Downtown: A Street Tale 2007 (Movie)

Aimee (Actor)

La mémoire des anges 2007 (Movie)


Délivrez-moi 2005 (Movie)


Finding Home 2005 (Movie)

Katie (Actor)

Mon Petit Doigt M'a Dit 2005 (Movie)

Rose Evangelista (Actor)

Sex and a Girl 2004 (Movie)

Natalie--Alex's Dance Teacher (Actor)

Jericho Mansions 2002 (Movie)

Lily Melnick (Actor)

La Turbulence Des Fluides 2002 (Movie)


Matisse and Picasso: A Gentle Rivalry 2000 - 2001 (TV Show)


Eye of the Beholder 2000 (Movie)

Dr Brault (Actor)

Dead Innocent 1998 - 1999 (TV Show)


You Can Thank Me Later 1998 (Movie)

Joelle (Actor)

House of Yes 1997 (Movie)

Mrs Pascal (Actor)

The Adventures of Pinocchio 1996 (Movie)

Leona (Actor)

My Friend Max 1994 (Movie)

Marie-Alexandrine Brabant--Max (Actor)

Clint Eastwood -- The Man From Malpaso 1992 - 1993 (TV Show)


An Ambush of Ghosts 1992 (Movie)

Irene Betts (Actor)

A Paper Wedding 1991 (Movie)

Claire (Actor)

Oh, What a Night 1991 (Movie)

Eva (Actor)

Rue du Bac 1991 (Movie)

Marie Aubriac (Actor)

The Dance Goes On... 1991 (Movie)

James's Mother (Actor)

False Identity 1990 (Movie)

Rachel Roux (Actor)

The 21st Annual NAACP Image Awards 1988 - 1989 (TV Show)


Dead Ringers 1988 (Movie)

Claire Niveau (Actor)

The Moderns 1988 (Movie)

Libby Valentin (Actor)

Trouble in Mind 1985 (Movie)

Wanda (Actor)

Choose Me 1984 (Movie)

Nancy (Actor)

Tightrope 1984 (Movie)

Beryl Thibodeaux (Actor)

Monsignor 1982 (Movie)

Clara (Actor)

Final Assignment 1980 (Movie)

Nicole Thomson (Actor)

Murder By Decree 1979 (Movie)

Annie Crook (Actor)

The Last Flight of Noah's Ark 1979 (Movie)

Bernadette Lafleur (Actor)

Coma 1978 (Movie)

Dr Susan Wheeler (Actor)

Another Man, Another Chance 1976 (Movie)

Jeanne (Actor)

Caesar and Cleopatra 1975 - 1976 (TV Show)


Obsession 1976 (Movie)

Elizabeth Courtland/Sandra Portinari (Actor)

Swashbuckler 1976 (Movie)

Jane Barnet (Actor)

Alex & the Gypsy 1975 (Movie)

Maritza (Actor)

Antigone 1973 - 1974 (TV Show)


Earthquake 1974 (Movie)

Denise (Actor)

L' Incorrigible 1974 (Movie)

Marie (Actor)

Kamouraska 1972 (Movie)

Elisabeth (Actor)

Journey 1971 (Movie)

Saguenay (Actor)

Act of the Heart 1970 (Movie)

Martha Hayes (Actor)

The Trojan Women 1970 (Movie)

Cassandra (Actor)

Anne of the Thousand Days 1969 (Movie)

Anne Boleyn (Actor)

Isabel 1968 (Movie)

Isabel (Actor)

King of Hearts 1967 (Movie)

Coquelicot (Actor)

The Thief of Paris 1966 (Movie)

Charlotte (Actor)

The War Is Over 1966 (Movie)

Nadine Sallanches (Actor)

Caesar and Cleopatra (Movie)


Children of My Heart (TV Show)


Mistress of Paradise (TV Show)


Red Earth, White Earth (TV Show)



Soft-spoken and poised, yet capable of surprising intensity, French-Canadian film actress Geneviève Bujold emerged from the stages of Quebec and the cinema of France to become one of the most sought after film stars of the 1970s. Following her screen debut opposite Yves Montand in "La Guerre est finie" (1965), Bujold became an international star with her Academy Award-nominated performance in "Anne of the Thousand Days" (1969). As one of Hollywood's most promising leading ladies, Bujold starred in a slew of mainstream feature films, including the disaster movie "Earthquake" (1974), Brian De Palma's "Obsession" (1976), and the Michael Crichton thriller "Coma" (1978). Moving into the next decade, the veteran actress held her own opposite the likes of Clint Eastwood in "Tightrope" (1984) and joined filmmaker Alan Rudolph's band of regulars on such projects as "Trouble in Mind" (1985). Working with fellow Canadian David Cronenberg, she delivered a fearless performance opposite Jeremy Irons in "Dead Ringers" (1988). Remaining active in her later career, Bujold preferred independent productions like the dark comedy "The House of Yes" (1997) and such Montreal-based endeavors as the end of the world drama "Last Night" (1999) and the coming-of-age comedy "The Trotsky" (2009). Always bringing an air of class to each role, Bujold remained one of the more respected actresses of her generation.


Laurette Bujold


Paul Almond

married in 1967 divorced in 1973 appeared in several films directed by Almond

Matthew Almond

born 1967 father Paul Almond

Firmin Bujold


Dennis Hastings

together since c. 1977

Emmanuel Hastings

born c. 1980 father Dennis Hastings


Montreal's Conservatory of Dramatic Art

studied under Jean Valcourt

attended convent school for twelve years, but was expelled for reading Pagnol's "Fanny" at age 15



Co-starred in "Downtown: A Street Tale," a drama about homeless teenagers


Co-starred in the independent film, "Jericho Mansions" with Jennifer Tilly and James Caan


Starred in "You Can Thank Me Later" with Ellen Burstyn and Amanda Plummer


Played Mrs. Pascal in "The House of Yes" directed by Mark Waters


Cast in "The Adventures of Pinocchio" with Martin Landau and Jonathan Taylor Thomas


Hired to star in syndicated series "Star Trek: Voyager"; left production after a few days and was replaced by Kate Mulgrew


Played Corey Haim's love interest in "Oh What a Night"


Last appearance to date in a film directed by Paul Almond "And the Dance Goes On ... "


Starred opposite Jeremy Irons in "Dead Ringers"


First collaboration with Alan Rudolph and Keith Carradine "Choose Me"


Made US TV-movie debut, "Mistress of Paradise"


Starred opposite Charlton Heston in "Earthquake"


Won Academy Award nomination for "Anne of a Thousand Days"


Made US TV debut, "St. Joan"


First of five films with Paul Almond "Isabel"


Made first film of note, "La Guerre est finie"


First film as actress, "The Adolescents"

Raised in North Montreal in a religious French-Canadian home

Joined Le Rideau Vert repertory company

Worked way through drama school as an usher in a Montreal cinema

Stage debut, Canadian production of "The Barber of Seville"