| Genna (nickname)|
| Genevieve Sterling Buechner|
November 10, 1991 (age 24) (1991-11-10) Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Caprica, Bob the Butler, Judas Kiss, The Final Cut, Jennifer's Body
Richard Harmon, Magda Apanowicz, Jessica Harmon, JT Tepnapa, Alessandra Torresani
Genevieve Buechner Wikipedia
Genevieve Sterling Buechner (born November 10, 1991) is a Canadian actress. She is known for her television roles such as Tamara Adama on the Syfy series Caprica, Fox on The CW series The 100, and Madison on the Lifetime series UnREAL.
Genevieve Buechner was born in Edmonton, Alberta, to single mother Tea Buechner. Her stepfather is folk musician Geoff Berner. When her family moved to Vancouver, she took a small course in acting from the Vancouver Youth Theatre. After completing the course, she went on tour with the youth theater as the youngest member of the cast. She was scouted by Robert Carrier and signed to Carrier Talent Management in Vancouver.
At age ten Buechner got the lead role in a Toronto film production Saint Monica. The film went on to be a festival success playing across North America and being selected for the Berlin Film Festival, the Atlantic Film Festival, the Toronto Film Festival and the Vancouver Film Festival. She was nominated for a Canadian Leo Award for Best Lead performance by a female in 2003 for that role.
In 2005, Buechner played the daughter of Brooke Shields in the Tom Green-led film Bob the Butler. She followed this up in 2007 with a role in the Canadian drama film Mount Pleasant.
Buechner has notable recurring roles on the television series Caprica, The 100, and UnREAL.
In 2015, Buechner played the lead role of Annie Emmerson in the Lifetime television film Jim Henson's Turkey Hollow.