Ve has earned 23 international nominations that include 8 Oscar nominations. She won three Academy Awards for Beetlejuice, Mrs. Doubtfire and Ed Wood, two Emmys for Pee-wee’s Playhouse and The Shining, a BAFTA for Pirates of the Caribbean, five Saturn Awards and Local 706 Best Character Makeup Award. She’s also the first Artist to be awarded Hollywood Foreign Press “Makeup Artist of the Year.” Ve created space travelers for Star Trek the Motion Picture and the hit comedy “Galaxy Quest”; Rock ‘n’ Roll Vampires for “The Lost Boys”; visions of the Afterlife for “Beetlejuice”, transformed Johnny Depp into “Edward Scissorhands”, Jack Sparrow, “Ed Wood” and “Sweeney Todd” and Robin Williams into “Mrs. Doubtfire.”

She’s also Headed some of the largest movie franchises in the world; Batman, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Amazing Spiderman and The Hunger Games. She’s been on the Local 706 Executive Board, an educator, a businesswoman and a judge on the hit TV series for Syfy “Face Off”. She has been awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by her guild, Local 706. She had three films come out in 2018, “Shock and Awe” starring Woody Harrelson and James Marsden, “A Star is Born” starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga and the quirky life inspired film “Welcome to Marwen” starring Steve Carrell and Leslie Mann directed by Robert Zemekis. In 2019 she completed The Highwaymen, where Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson chased down Bonnie and Clyde.