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Biography - Who is Geneva Carr?
Geneva was born May 6, 1971 in Jackson, Mississippi. She earned a degree at the Mount Holyoke College and had a mundane career in the business world before she decided to pursue acting full-time. After first small roles in late 1990’s, Carr’s resume as an actress began to grow fast. She played for example in College Road Trip, It’s Complicated, and The Melancholy Fantastic. She currently plays Marissa in TV show Bull which tracks the cases of jury consulting firm.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Geneva Carr, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|Height||1.6 m, 5’3” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||48 kg, 105 pounds|
|Cup Size||Cup Size A|
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Quotes by Geneva Carr
I think ‘Hand to God’ is going to change the landscape of Broadway. I think Broadway, truthfully, will never be the same.
I’m sort of a Southerner because those are my roots, but my parents are from Iowa.
My husband and I met on OKCupid. We went out on our little coffee date, and I knew right away he was my husband. He’s a handsome, smarty-pants architect from Tokyo. On our first date, I said, ‘I wake up like this. I’m Pollyanna Sunshine, and I’m not for everyone’.
I’ve lived in 11 states, but I’m not an Army brat. My father couldn’t hold a job, so every six months, we’d move.
I like visceral writing that people can’t help but respond to, even if they respond, and they’re shocked, or they’re angry, or they’re offended. I think that’s the only way to reach people.