Genevieve Buechner portrayed Fox in CW's The 100. She was a recurring cast member until Season Three.

Life and Career Edit

Genevieve Buechner was born in Edmonton, Alberta, to single mother Tea Buechner. She began to pester her mother about acting lessons when she was three. Her mother was very reluctant to encourage this interest.

Still Genevieve persevered and finally her mother allowed her to take a small course in acting from the local theater — Vancouver Youth Theatre. After completing the course, Genevieve was selected as the youngest member of the cast for the youth theater's local acting tour. Buechner got her first lead role at the age of ten, in the film Saint Monica The film was a huge success and played across North America. She was nominated for a Canadian Leo Award for Best Lead performance by a female in 2003 for that role.

Since then she has been cast in various roles, including a recurring role in the Battlestar spin-off Caprica as Tamara Adams.

For full filmography, see IMDb.

Trivia Edit

  • She and Richard Harmon (John Murphy) were both on the show Caprica.
    • Genevieve portrayed Tamara. Richard Harmon portrayed Hercules/Tad Thorean. Eve Harlow also had a small part in the show, in the episode There is Another Sky. 
  • She was in a relationship with Richard Harmon for a couple of years. They have since broken up.
  • Her nickname is Genna.
  • She is one of five The 100 actors to appear in "R.L Stine's The Haunting Hour: The Series".
    • Richard Harmon, Eve Harlow, Olivia Steele Falconer and Michael Jonsson also appear.
      • She and Richard appeared in the same episode.
  • She is one of thirteen The 100 actors to appear in "The 4400".
    • Erica Cerra, Donna Yamamoto, Ian Tracey, Zak Santiago, Teach Grant, Bill Marchant, Shaine Jones, Eric Breker, James Michalopolous, Ben Cotton, Rob Hayter and Monique Ganderton also appear. Directors Milan Cheylov and John Behring and producer/writer Bruce Miller also worked on the show.

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