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Geneviere Anderson is an actress, stuntwoman, and musician who was a regular background performer in Star Trek: Enterprise. She appeared in several episodes as an operations division ensign and was also one of the stand-ins for Jolene Blalock until the middle of the fourth season. As stand-in she was replaced by Melissa Vinicor but remained on the series until the final episode "These Are the Voyages...". Anderson received no credit for her performances.
Anderson graduated from Salpointe Catholic High School in Tucson, Arizona and earned a BA in Theater and Philosophy from the Scripps College in Claremont, California. She is also a skilled bass player and recently became the bass player for the music group "Cleopatra Jones".  Anderson resides in Los Angeles, California but also loves to travel.
Anderson worked as a production assistant on several feature films, including Kevin Costner's post-apocalyptic drama The Postman (1997), the thriller Enemy of the State (1998), the television drama Lansky (1999, with Francis Guinan), the thriller Chill Factor (1999, with Daniel Hugh Kelly), and the action film The Italian Job (2003).
Among her on-screen performances are supporting roles in the Just Shoot Me! episode Liotta? Liotta! (2002, with Sean Smith), the Malcolm in the Middle episode Malcolm Holds His Tongue (2003, with Jessica Hendra and Kenneth Mars), the short comedy Drake Beckett: The Devil's Newest Threat (2007), the comedy Sugar Boxx (2009, with Darin Cooper) , and the science fiction horror film Creature of Habit (2009).
Trained in physical moves, Anderson also performed stunts in the comedy sequel Scary Movie 2 (2001, alongside Chris Palermo, Mike Gunther, and LaFaye Baker), the CSI: Miami episode Tinder Box (2003, with Robert Beltran), the horror thriller The Hillside Strangler (2004, with Sonia Jo McDancer), and more recently in the comedy The Adventures of Umbweki (2009, under stunt coordination by Paul Lacovara).
Among her most recent projects is her own cooking show Gen's Guiltless Gourmet. 
(This list is currently incomplete.)