With her first line "Itís a CATAPITTER," which brought down the house, she was a natural. Genevieve Adell started on stage at the age of four as the youngest member ever of the childrenís improvisational theatre troupe The Upper Nodd Players, led by the incomparable Beth Vaughn. That same year she performed in her first dance recital and by fourth grade was performing with her first choir - although, she had been singing since she could speak. In high school she continued to act, sing, and dance and earned a spot with the Baltimore Young Dancers Theatre. Upon graduation she received the McDonogh School Theatre Arts Award. Genevieve was honored as one of the most influential students of the arts at McDonogh School at the opening gala for the Ceres M. Horn Theatre with the likes of Mark Bramble and James McDaniel.

She graduated with honors with a degree in theatre from New England College in Henniker, New Hampshire and Arundel, West Sussex, England. Genevieve participated in the American College Theatre Festival, was nominated for the Irene Ryan Acting Competition, and was a partner and a New England Regional Finalist. It was with great pride she accepted the request to perform as the vocal soloist for her graduation.

She is a proud member of the Screen Actors Guild and has worked with such clients as The United States Postal Service, Internal Revenue Service, Department of Veterans Affairs, Johns Hopkins and The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades.

While pursuing her passion for performance she continues to help children fulfill theirs. She was a theatre instructor at the prestigious Culver Military and Girls Academy, the artistic coordinator for the Guide Youth Servicesí After School Activities Program and continues to direct childrenís theatre.