|Birth name||Geneva Mendoza Cruz|
|Born||April 2, 1976|
|Associated acts||Smokey Mountain|
Cruz began her career in 1989 as one of the lead singers of the popular group Smokey Mountain. The Smokey Mountain album went double platinum while her first album, I Like You, went platinum. The album produced several hit singles, including the title track and "Anak ng Pasig" (from the movie of the same title) in which Geneva appeared. "Anak Ng Pasig," was also chosen as Best Pop Song by the 1992 Catholic Mass Media Awards. Cruz's most recent album was released in August 2013.
Born in Gagalangin, Tondo, Manila, she comes from the Cruz clan (one of Tirso Cruz Sr.'s Great Grand-Daughters) which include celebrities like Tirso Cruz III, Sunshine Cruz, Sheryl Cruz and Donna Cruz. She is also the cousin of actor-dancer Rayver Cruz, and singer Glenda Cruz.
Geneva is presently engaged to Lee Paulsen who proposed on August 19, 2013.
Cruz is a long time vegetarian and animal rights advocate.
|2001||Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin||Melody||GMA Network|
|2005||Bubble Gang||Herself/Guest||GMA Network|
|2005||Encantadia: Pag-ibig Hanggang Wakas||Sari-a||GMA Network|
|2011||Survivor Philippines: Celebrity Showdown||Castaway||GMA Network|
|2001||Weyt a minit, kapeng mainit||Joy|
|2002||Burles King (Daw O...)!||Jessica|
|2002||Walang iba kundi ikaw||Abril|
- Smokey Mountain
- I Like You
- In The Name Of Love
- On Fire!
- To Manila
- Grand Prize Winner (Kazakhstan)- Voice of Asia in 1992
- Catholic Mass Media Awards - Best song for Anak ng Pasig
- Awit Awards- Smokey Mountain bagged 11 awards in 1990
- Awit Award- Anak ng Pasig
- Guillermo Memorial Awards
- Metro Manila Memorial Park Album
- International Award in FAMAS in 2001
- Conception, Pocholo (2008-04-28). "Geneva finds her roots". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved 2010-01-24.
- "Geneva Cruz is engaged again". ABS-CBN News Online. 2013-08-19.
- "Geneva Cruz strips anew". ABS-CBN News Online. 2009-08-17. Retrieved 2010-01-24.
- Jose G. Burgos, Jose Mari Chan, Catholic Mass Media Awards Foundation. CMMA, 1978-2003: 25 years of Philippine mass media through the eyes of CMMA. Catholic Mass Media Awards Foundation, 2003. ISBN 978-971-92807-1-2.