She carries the same characteristics that Nana has. She is the focus of the show and she manages to keep the viewers’ interest all the way through the premiere episode.
When you work with someone who’s talented and who knows what they’re doing and can play the mental tennis game, it makes your job much easier. And, she’s an amazing woman who opens herself up, so that you can play that game. With all the males falling for her, and her falling for the horse; it looks like the show will keep the romance factor center stage.” -Jackie K.
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Genevieve was born in San Francisco on January 8th, 1981.
Genevieve grew up outside San Francisco until she was 13 when her parents decided to move to the ski town, Whitefish, Montana.
After a year, her family went on a road trip looking at different ski towns and ended up in Sun Valley, Idaho, where Genevieve considers home.
They’ve really been awesome.” -Micah Alberti “No way. It’s not like I’m hitting on her, or anything like that. It’s just a job, and it’s just part of your job description. You run into people, every now and then, who get worried about the kiss, but it’s just part of the job.” -Micah Alberti On his favorite Supernatural villain: “I want to say my favorite foil has probably been… Cooper“Performance wise Madsen gives Genevieve Padalecki, most famous for her roles on CW’s Supernatural and ABC Family’s Wildfire, a role in which she molds the material she’s given into something that makes the watcher care about her from the first frame till the last – not an easy feat.
Padalecki makes Veronica someone you want to see on screen and her scenes with Chris Riggi and John Doe are some of the best in the film.” -Samantha Myers “Of course, there’s much more to it than that.
It’s a tough thing to do, and Nana and Gen are two of the very best that I’ve worked with. It does not make it hard to do those romantic scenes. When two people are professional, you have nothing to worry about, even for outside relationships. Other than the obvious [reason], I think what was amazing is that I didn’t know until the very end of the season, the last two or three episodes, whether she was going to be good or evil. It was so well orchestrated by Kripke and by the other writers, and the directors, and Gen, that I honestly didn’t know. You’re helping me do what I want to do, but I don’t know…’ It was a conundrum. She is the young actress who plays Kris, the girl with a past who is trying to make a new life as a jockey.” -Jackie K.
But when a childhood friend - with complicated connections to the group - leverages her P. skills to get them noticed, they suddenly find themselves on the verge of making it big.
The only question is how far they're willing to go in the pursuit of fame and fortune, and who they're willing to leave behind to get there.
We just goof around and try to make each other laugh, at all times. That always helps the relationship, on and off camera. She’s just won best actress at two different festivals and was nominated at a third film fest.
And, she’s so dedicated and driven to really work on her part and make sure it’s whole. We been in a string of cool indie film festivals.” -Lee Madsen [Director] “Cortese is a very pretty and sexy young woman who can also act.