, has been unforgettable on screen in a variety of roles since she received her Oscar and Golden Globe nominations for her part in the early-1970's film Anne of a Thousand Days. After receiving her training at the Quebec Conservatory of Dramatic Art, Bujold was sighted by Alain Resnais performing in a touring theatre company and was cast in his La guerre est finie with Yves Montand
. A lengthy string of credits quickly followed, showcasing her versatility each time. Whether in disaster films like Earthquake, period epics like Kamouraska, thrillers like Coma, Obsession and Tightrope or macabre hits like Dead Ringers, Bujold has done it all. Most recently, she starts opposite Parker Posie and Tori Spelling
in the House of Yes, which has enjoyed rave reviews.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
Genevieve Bujold Facts
|Awards||1970 Golden Globe Awards: Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama (for Anne of the Thousand Days)|
|Anne of the Thousand Days / Mary, Queen of Scots|
|Anne of the Thousand Days|
|Murder By Decree|
|Eye Of The Beholder|