Sigourney Weaver is a renowned actress who is also sophisticated and professional.
Throughout her career, which spans from the Alien and Ghostbuster franchises to Wall E and the blockbuster phenomenon, Avatar, Sigourney has been involved in projects at the forefront of new technological advances. These include innovations like performance capture CGI and Stereoscopic 3D Fusion Cameras.
Sigourney has been nominated for three Academy Awards, three BAFTA Awards (one win), two Emmy Awards, six Saturn Awards (two wins) and six Golden Globe Awards, winning two in 1988 for Gorillas in the Mist and Working Girl, becoming the first person ever to have won two acting Golden Globe Awards in the same year. She was also nominated for a Drama Desk Award and a Tony Award.
Her 1986 Academy Award nomination for Aliens is considered as a landmark in the recognition of science fiction, action, and horror genres, as well as a major step in challenging the gender role in cinema. Weaver progressively received notoriety for her numerous contributions to the science fiction film history (including minor roles in successful works such as Futurama, WALL-E and Paul) and gained the nickname of "The Sci-Fi Queen.
Sigourney loves travelling and has undertaken a wide range of engagements. She has spoken on many international platforms, and particulalrly enjoys speaking on the environment, women's rights and technology and their impacts both personally and professionally.
Sigourney gives a human face and personal perspective to environmental and technology issues, her passion for which was sparked at any early age and grew stronger working on films such as Gorilla's In The Mist and Working Girl.
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