CSI: Cyber’s leading lady Patricia Arquette (Avery Ryan) will receive the Crystal Nymph Award during the opening ceremony of the 55th Monte-Carlo Television Festival this Saturday, June 13. Created in 2013, the award honors an actor or actress whose career has made an “outstanding contribution” to the TV world. “Patricia is one of today’s most talented dramatic actresses, and it is an honor to present our prestigious award to an Academy, Emmy and Golden Globe Award winning performer,” said festival CEO Laurent Puons. “Patricia is a truly international actress and she will add star wattage to this milestone edition of the Monte-Carlo Television Festival.”
Next Thursday, June 18, the festival will present the International TV Audience Awards during the 55th Golden Nymph Awards Ceremony. NCIS won last year, and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation has taken home the award five times (most recently in 2012). This year, NCIS and CSI are once again nominated in the “Drama TV Series” category, along with Criminal Minds.