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Josée Normand is the Emmy Award-winning hair stylist and designer who worked on Star Trek between 1992 and 2001. She began her association with the franchise as a hair stylist during the sixth season of Star Trek: The Next Generation. She then became the hair designer on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine for that series' second and third seasons. She was also the hair designer for the episodes produced for Star Trek: Voyager's first season. Although she was absent during the second season, she returned to Voyager for the following season and remained until the end of the series.
Her work on Star Trek earned her the following Emmy Award wins and nominations in the category Outstanding Individual Achievement in Hairstyling for a Series:
- 1993 Emmy Award for the episode "Time's Arrow, Part II", shared with Joy Zapata, Candace Neal, Patricia Miller, Laura Connolly, Richard Sabre, and Julia L. Walker
- 1994 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "Armageddon Game", shared with Ronald W. Smith, Norma Lee, and Gerald Solomon
- 1995 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "Caretaker", shared with Patricia Miller, Shawn McKay, Karen Asano-Myers, Dino Ganziano, Rebecca De Morrio, Barbara Minster, Janice D. Brandow, Gloria Ponce, Caryl Codon-Tharp, Katherine Rees, Virginia Kearns, Patricia Vecchio, Faith Vecchio, and Audrey Levy
- 1995 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "Improbable Cause", shared with Norma Lee, Ronald W. Smith, Gerald Solomon, Michael Moore, Chris McBee, Caryl Codon-Tharp, Faith Vecchio, Rebecca De Morrio, and Joan Phillips
- 1997 Emmy Award for the episode "Fair Trade", shared with Suzan Bagdadi, Karen Asano-Myers, Monique DeSart, Charlotte Parker, Jo Ann Phillips, Frank Fontaine, and Diane Pepper
- 1998 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "The Killing Game", shared with Charlotte Parker, Viviane Normand, Gloria Montemayor, Chris McBee, Mimi Jafari, Ruby Ford, Delree F. Todd, Laura Connolly, Hazel Catmull, Diane Pepper, Adele Taylor, Barbara Ronci, and Lola "Skip" McNally
- 2000 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "Dragon's Teeth", shared with Charlotte Parker, Gloria Montemayor, Viviane Normand, Jo Ann Phillips
- 2001 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "Prophecy", shared with Charlotte Parker and Gloria Montemayor
In addition, Normand won three Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards for her work on Star Trek:
- 2000 in the category Best Innovative Hair Styling - Television (for a Single Episode of a Regular Series - Sitcom, Drama or Daytime) for the episode "Dragon's Teeth", shared with Charlotte Parker and Gloria Montemayor
- 2000 in the category Best Character Hair Styling - Television (for a Single Episode of a Regular Series - Sitcom, Drama or Daytime) for the episode "Bride of Chaotica!", shared with Charlotte Parker and Gloria Montemayor
- 2001 Best Innovative Hair Styling - Television (For a Single Episode of a Regular Series - Sitcom, Drama or Daytime) for the episode "Tsunkatse", shared with Charlotte Parker, Gloria Montemayor, and Viviane Normand
Normand also received two Emmy Award nominations in 1986 for her work on Moonlighting, shared with Judy Crown, and Alice in Wonderland. In 1987 she won an Emmy Award for Moonlighting, in 1998 another nomination for the science fiction film The Warlord: Battle for the Galaxy, shared with Norma Lee, and another nomination in 2004 for the Deadwood episode "Plague", shared with Susan Carol Schwary and Ellen Powell.
Early in her career, Normand was the personal hair stylist for actor Bruce Willis. She first worked with Willis on his hit television series, Moonlighting, from 1985 through 1987, and continued working with him on films until 1991. Her credits with Willis include 1987's Blind Date, the first two Die Hard films (1988 and 1990), and 1991's Hudson Hawk. Her subsequent film hair styling credits include The Mambo Kings and Dracula (both 1992), and, more recently, the blockbuster hit Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003). Other television series she worked on, besides Star Trek, include Beverly Hills, 90210 and Deadwood.
Star Trek credits Edit
- "Time's Arrow, Part II" (uncredited, Season 6)
- "Chain of Command, Part I"
- "Chain of Command, Part II"
- "Birthright, Part II"
- "The Chase"
- "Frame of Mind"
- "Rightful Heir"
- "Second Chances"
- "Phantasms" (uncredited, Season 7)
- "All Good Things..." (uncredited)