Window Framed 2010 (Photo by Paolo Mascatelli, NYC)

Genevieve Joy is one of the most celebrated comedians of her generation, or at least plans to be.

She was born in New York City under the sign of Aries; the youngest and favorite of five children and survived a generally functional childhood in Connecticut.  After graduating from Hamilton College with a degree in Russian Studies & Philosophy, Genevieve returned to NYC to live and pursue a career as an Actress and a Stand-Up Comedian.

While residing on Manhattan’s Upper West Side with her late hairless cat, Lexington Avenue Lobell-Joy, Genevieve began her period of intense theatrical training, while performing stand-up comedy nightly at clubs and colleges all over the country and was featured in numerous festivals including Trial by Laughter and Laughing Skull Comedy festivals, and was a finalist in the 2011 Funniest Comedian in New England Competition at Mohegan Sun.

Genevieve was a regular on the popular web-series ‘Rise of a Radio Show,’ a loosely-based-on-reality show starring the cast and crew of “Comical Radio,” a NYC based comedy talk-radio show focused around interviews with the country’s top headliners, such as Marc Maron, Pat Cooper, the late George Carlin among many others.

She has made numerous television appearances, including two guest spots on WE’s  Cinematherapy with Chuck Nice and the 52 Minds original series, Cheaterfiles.  In addition to stand-up, she has performed sketch comedy at the Bleecker Street and Tank theaters and is a founding member of the improvisation troupe ‘The Improv Addiction.’  In 2011, Genevieve wrote, produced, and starred in the film ‘Retardian Angel,’ based on a character from her stand-up.  The film was later featured in numerous festivals, including the Silk City Festival in Hartford, CT and the Cinemartini Festival in Hollywood, CA.

In August of 2012, After the successful NYC run of her one-woman show “My HBO Special,” directed by Samantha Jones, wherein she performed five original character monologues, Genevieve packed up her beat-up Subaru, with a few personal items including remains of the aforementiond cat, and moved to Los Angeles.

Within two weeks of her arrival in California, Genevieve was cast role of Libby Tucker in Neil Simon’s “I Ought to Be In Pictures” opposite Robert Wuhl  at Garry Marshall’s Falcon Theatre for which she received rave reviews and was named by Broadway World as one of LA theatre scene’s top leading ladies of 2012.