Ve Neill's career as a make-up artistHer beginning as a rock 'n roll stylist turned into a career as a make-up artist whose talents have shown up on "Star Trek" and "Galaxy Quest", in other worldly characters from "Beetlejuice", and in the vampires from "The Lost Boys". Stars and production companies depend on those talents. She helped Johhny Depp become “Edward Scissorhands" and Robin Williams turn into "Mrs. Doubtfire". As department head of make-up for films like “The Hunger Games”, “Thor”, and “The Amazing Spiderman” she has populated our lives with creatures and heroes that we will never forget. The Academy awards for her work on "Mrs. Doubtfire" and "Beetlejuice", Oscars for "The Grinch" and "Dick Tracy", Saturn Awards for "Batman Returns" and "Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World’s End", and Bafta award for "Pirates Of The Caribbean: Curse Of The Black Pearl" are only some of the awards she has won.
Ve Neill on "Face Off"Her new role as one of the talented judges for the TV Show “Face Off” on the Syfy channel has been a perfect fit, and viewers have noticed. Who better to judge competition between makeup artists creating the kind of prostheses used in horror and science fiction films? We offer well deserved congratulations to Ve Neill and the team who produced "Face Off". We love the show and look forward to more from Ve Neill and her reality show in the future. She constantly raises our expectations with her work, and we don't have any expectation that will change.
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