Genevieve Bujold, a Canadian actress got acknowledgment with her portrayal of Anne Boleyn in the film Anne of the Thousand Days in 1969. She started her career as an actress in 1954 at the young age of 12 years old. After success in her career, she gained a lot of importance, she became a famous Canadian actress in her own country.
How Old Is Genevieve Bujold Now? More On Her Early Life & Family!
Genevieve Bujold grew up in French Canada as an only child. Bujold was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on July 1, 1942, which makes her 79 years old as of 2022. The King of Hearts actress stands 5 feet 4 inches (163 cm) tall.
Bujold’s father Joseph Firmin Bujold (b. 1907) is a bus driver and her mother Laurette Cavanagh Bujold (b. Sep. 25, 1910), is a maid. She doesn’t have any siblings.
Bujold studied at the Montreal Conservatory of Acting, having completed her high school at Hochelaga Convent. At an early age, she attended Montreal’s oppressive Hochelaga convent which provides opportunities for improving self-expression for welcoming visitors to present speeches.
Bujold took part in classical French drama and got an opportunity from a professional production of Beaumarchais’ “The Barber of Seville.” Bujold worked as an actress with the Montreal company.
Professional Life and Career
In a short period of time, she complete her two films named King of Hearts in 1966 which was produced by Philippe de Broca, and the thief of Paris scripted by Louis Mallees in 1967. Furthermore, she had done till the 1990s. Afterward, she role-played the film The Adventures of Pinocchio in 1996 as a role of Leona, and she continue her films industry by publishing films yearly.
In 1997, The House of Yes as the role of Mrs. Pascal, on 1998, Last Night as the role of Mrs. Carlton, she continued till 2018. In 2012 a film was published named ‘Still Mine’ my role of Irene Morrison, in 2013 The Legend of Sarila as Saya, 2013 Northern Borders as Abiah Kittredge, 2015 Chorus as Gabrielle. At last in 2018 the film Two Girls.
She was originally chosen to play the role of Captain Janeway on the television series Star Trek: Voyager in 1994 but had to drop out due to the lengthy work schedule it required.
Honors And Awards
In 1967, Bujold received honors of Most Promising Young Actress for The Thief of Paris. She had given the Academy Awards nomination for portraying a real-life queen in 1969. In 1988, she received honors of Best Supporting Role from LAFCA Awards on films called Dead Ringers and The Moderns. She won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in Motion Picture in 1970. In 1990, she won the Prix Gemeaux Awards for Best Actress in The Paper Wedding.
Geneviève Bujold Is Married Twice- Husand, Children & Relationship!
Bujold briefly dated actor Ricard Burton in the late 60s while they were shooting the film called Anne of Thousand Days (1969). Later, she began a relationship with Paul Amond & on 18th March 1967, the two married; at the time, Genevieve was 25 years old.
The two even welcomed a child Matt Almond. However, they divorced in May 1974.
Then, Bujold married her second husband Dennis Hastings, a carpenter, in 1977. With Hastings, she became a mother for the 2nd time; gave birth to her second kid Emmanuel Claude Bujold on April 27, 1980.
Ever since they are together & live in California.
Net Worth Of Geneviève Bujold In 2022
As reported, Bujold had total assets of $1.7 million during her heydays. In 2022, the Canadian actress has an estimated net worth of around $1 million. From her journey throughout decades coming to the 2020s, Genevieve’s on-screen appearance sure has declined comparatively, but her on-screen charm remains the same.
All of her earnings came through her acting career. If her income of heydays were payable in the present day, it could be $4 million annually. In the United States, an actor earns a salary of $57,000 per year.