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Biography
Canadian actress, nominated for “Oscar” in 1969, the year for the best female role in the film Richard Burton “Anne of the Thousand Days (Anne of the thousand days),”Yu
Genevieve, Bujo was born 1 July 1942, the year in Moreale (Quebec, Canada) to devout family of French-Canadian Catholics of the Romanesque and was the middle daughter in the family, where they raised three children. The parents engaged the children in accordance with the principles of Catholic Christian education. They sent a little Genevieve in the girls ‘ Guesthouse with 12 years of education. Strict discipline Board she didn’t like young Bujo dreamed of becoming an actress. Once for his free-thinking and reading a forbidden novel, Genevieve, Bujo was expelled from the institution and enrolled in the Montreal school of dramatic art.
During the holidays, once in Paris, the future actress was selected by the French film Director Alan Interesting as the partner of Yves Montand on the female role in the film “La guerre est finie (War is over)” (1966). In the same year, Genevieve, Buja played in one French film “Le roi de coeur (King of hearts)”.
After returning home to Canada, Genevieve, Bujo starred in several films and TV series on Canadian and American television, and in 1967-the year was awarded the “Emmy Award” – for the role of Joan of Arc on NBC.
In the same year, Genevieve, Bujo married canadian filmmaker Fields of Almond, and he starred in such films as “Isabel (Isabel)” (1968) and “Act of the Heart (Law of the heart)” (1970). In 1968, the year Paul and Genevieve had a son, Matthew. Despite the apparent well-being in 1972, the year the couple divorced.
Also in 1968, the year of geneviève, Buja received the award “Prix Suzanne Bianchetti” as the most promising young actress of French cinema.
But the real recognition came to Genevieve, Bujo in 1969 year. Starring with Richard Burton in “Anne of the Thousand Days(Anne of the thousand days)” she received the award “Golden globe” for best actress drama movie and for the same role he was nominated for “Oscar”. In 1971, the year of geneviève, Bujo starred with Katharine Hepburn and Vanessa Redgrave in the movie “The Trojan Women” (the Trojan women).
Genevieve, Buzo was one of the most promising Actresses, but her capricious nature led to the fact that the 1974 year, for the failure of the film “Earthquake (Earthquake)”, Universal Studios canceled her contract, which could not impact negatively on her career. In the future, Genevieve, Bujo starred in such movies as “Obsession (Obsession)” (1975) Brian de Palma, “Coma (Coma)” (1978) with Michael Douglas, and received the award “Leading Role Genie Award” for best female role in the film “Murder by Decree (Murder by decree)” (1979).

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