Ole nutty nutball Sean Young apparently made some sort of spectacle of herself at the DGA Awards, god bless her! Access Hollywood reports:
The 2008 Director's Guild Awards seemed a lot more like the Golden Globes this year, thanks in part to actress Sean Young.
The actress, who rose to fame in the late 1980's and early 1990's, reportedly began yelling in French as Marion Cotillard, of "La Vie en Rose" fame took the stage, according to accounts on Defamer.
A video clip of George Clooney in "Michael Clayton," also reportedly caused Sean to have another outburst.
While Julian Schnabel, director of "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly," was speaking onstage, Sean, decked out in a white fur coat, began to heckle Schnabel, reportedly yelling, "Get on with it!" and "Move it on!" referring to his speech, according to a report in Variety.
The director, who was reportedly visibly annoyed by the actresses' screams from the audience, responded to Sean with, "Have another drink, Honey!" Schnabel then began to leave the stage, but a cheering crowd convinced him to return, in order to finish his speech.
As Schnabel finished his speech, the Sean antics reportedly continued. She abruptly stood up, wrapped her fur coat around herself, continued to ramble, and proceeded to circle her table, only to end up back in her seat.
Sean was quickly and forcibly removed from the awards ceremony by security guards.
Sean has appeared in films such as, "Cousins," and "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective."
OK, that's just mean. Yes, Sean Young appeared in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, but she is probably best known for her roles in Blade Runner, No Way Out, and as one of the two hot MPs (along with PJ Soles) in Stripes. Also for for the death of her once-promising career, being batshit crazy, stalking James Woods and leaving some kind of voodoo doll on his front porch, and of course, running around Hollywood in a homemade Catwoman costume in a bid to get Tim Burton to cast her in Batman. Oh, I Heart Sean Young! Don't go changin', special lady! Those stuffed-shirts like Julian Schnabel need a bit of wackadoodle to keep 'em real! Mwah!