Genevieve Howard (born 27 August 1979) is a South African actress, model, and radio presenter. She is popular with television viewers for appearing on the SABC1 soap opera Generations.
She played a starring role as the illicit daughter of Kenneth Mashaba called Grace Mashaba (2007-2008).
|Born||27 August 1979 (age 42 years)|
|Occupation||Actress, radio presenter, model|
|Net worth||Not estimated|
She was given the full name Genevieve Clare Howard after her birth on 27 August 1979. She has appeared in many television series and shows which has contributed to her being famous.
She is an actress, radio, presenter, and model and is best known for starring Grace Mashaba in the soapie Generations.
The character is the illicit daughter of Kenneth Mashaba and she played the role for a year (2007-2008).
She has also appeared in other television series including Cavegirl, This Life, and Charlie Jade. She was also cast in Fishy Feshuns, Interrogation Room, Scandal!, Snitch, and Crossroads.
Genevieve has also appeared in feature films like Dollars and White Pipes, Spring Break Shark Attack, and The Race-ist.
In season one of the Science fiction series Charlie Jade, the actress appeared as Aliah Aswan.
She was cast in the third season of the South African television sitcom Fishy Fêshuns as Lubova. The series is based on the 1960s BBC sitcom The Rag Trade.
Genevieve played the role of Dante in the premiere season of the local television drama series Interrogation Room.
Angelina Apollis is the role she played in the television soap opera produced by Ochre Media titled Scandal!
Genevieve played the role of Roxy in the first and second seasons of the South African TV drama series created by Geoff Newton titled Snitch.
To double up her profession, she is a renowned radio personality and has worked with popular stations. In 2000, Clare began at UCT Radio as a radio Disk Jockey.
She has also worked with top radio stations like P4 Radio, Good Hope FM, and 94.5Kfm.
|Dollar$ + White Pipes||2005|
|Spring Break Shark Attack||2005|
|Charlie Jade||Aliah Aswan|
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