Sigour­ney Weaver felt lit­tle prick in her bush!

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The vet­eran actress played a schiz­o­phrenic woman in an Off-Broad­way play called Ti­tanic be­fore find­ing fame.

The odd­ball char­ac­ter had a va­ri­ety of an­i­mals in her beaver and even in­dulged in steamy bondage scenes.

Sigour­ney, 65, said: “I played a mul­ti­ple schiz­o­phrenic who kept a hedge­hog in her vagina and fed it at the ta­ble!”

The bizarre one-act play made its de­but in a New York theatre back in 1976.

She later joked: “Doesn’t every­body have a hedge­hog in their vagina?”

Sigour­ney, whose most fa­mous role is Ellen Ri­p­ley in space clas­sic Alien, says she still feels the saga is “slightly un­fin­ished”.

And she hasn’t ruled out repris­ing her role in the sci-fi fran­chise.

She added: “I must say part of me would like the story to end.

“You have to rein­vent the en­ve­lope, do things that are loved, and at the same time take it to a new place.

“The won­der­ful thing is, the movies are still be­ing watched and still hold up pretty well.”

Her lat­est role sees her play­ing a pow­er­ful busi­ness­woman in robot flick Chap­pie.

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