Watch: Sigourney Weaver, Winner of SYFY WIRE's Lifetime Achievement Award

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Aug 17, 2017

We're here to present Sigourney Weaver with the SYFY WIRE Lifetime Achievement Award because she's basically been in everything.

Come on, think about it: she was Ripley in no less than four Alien movies (and provided Ripley's voice in the Alien: Isolation video game); Dana in two Ghostbusters movies; Gwen in Galaxy Quest (1999); Alice in The Village (2004); Dr. Grace Augustine in Avatar (2009); The Big Guy (heh) in Paul (2011); The Director in The Cabin in the Woods (2012); Michelle in Chappie (2015); and Grandma in A Monster Calls (2015).

Swinging back to her voice work, she was the voice of the Planet Express Ship on Futurama (the "Love and Rocket" episode, 2002); Frieda in Happily N'Ever After (2006); the Ship's Computer in WALL-E (2008); and the Narrator in The Tale of Despereaux (2008).

This deserves a little recognition, no?

And so, on the eve of Ms. Weaver's villainous turn as Alexandra on Marvel's The Defenders, we present to you …

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