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Elizabeth "Liz" Castro was a visual effects assistant and coordinator during the latter part of Star Trek: Voyager's run and the entire run of Star Trek: Enterprise.

Along with the rest of the visual effects crew, she was nominated for a number of Emmy Awards for "Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series". She won in 1999, (VOY: "Dark Frontier") 2002, (ENT: "Broken Bow") and 2004, (ENT: "Countdown") in addition to being nominated four other times in 1999, (VOY: "Thirty Days") 2000, (VOY: "Life Line", "The Haunting of Deck Twelve") and 2003. (ENT: "The Expanse")

When Enterprise ended, she moved on to work in Crossing Jordan as a visual effects producer.

Star Trek awards

Elizabeth Castro received the following award win and nominations for her work on the Star Trekfranchise:

Emmy Awards

Castro received the following Emmy Award wins and nominations in the category "Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series":

Visual Effects Society Awards

  • 2003 VES Award nomination in the category Best Visual Effects in a Television Series for the episode "Shockwave", shared with Dan Curry and Ron D. Moore.

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