Sigourney Weaver (b. 1949) is an American actress known for her roles in the Alien, Ghostbusters and Avatar films. She was heard in The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance as the Myth-Speaker, the unseen narrator who relates the prologue in the first episode.
Weaver has been nominated for three Academy Awards. 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 fame for her numerous contributions to the science fiction film history (including minor roles in successful works such as Futurama, WALL•E , Paul and The Cabin in the Woods) and gained the nickname of "The Sci-Fi Queen". She also won a BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for The Ice Storm, and Saturn Awards for Aliens and Avatar. She also earned Emmy Award, Drama Desk Award and Tony Award nominations. She has been nominated for seven Golden Globe Awards and won both Best Actress in Drama and Best Supporting Actress 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.