|Series:||Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles|
|Relatives:||Lachlan Weaver |
Savannah Weaver 
|First:||"Samson & Delilah" |
"The Tower is Tall But the Fall is Short" 
Bobbi Sue Luther 
Catherine Weaver refers to one of two different characters featured in the Terminator multimedia franchise. One version is a human woman and the other is that of a T-1001 Terminator that assumes the human Catherine Weaver's form. Both versions were played by actress Shirley Manson. Catherine Weaver was a recurring character on the TV series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and was introduced in the first episode of season two, "Samson & Delilah". She made seventeen appearances in the series in total.
- John Henry: Artificial intelligence; Catherine's "son"
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The character of Catherine Weaver was created by director David Nutter and writers Josh Friedman and Denise Thé, based on concepts originally developed by James Cameron.
- Not only did the original Catherine Weaver hail from Edinburgh, Scotland, actress Shirley Manson did as well.
- Playing the role of Catherine Weaver is actress Shirley Manson's first professional acting work.
See also Edit
- Catherine Weaver (Human) at the Terminator Wiki
- Catherine Weaver (Terminator) at the Terminator Wiki
- ↑ Human Catherine's husband; deceased.
- ↑ Human Catherine's daughter. T-1001's adoptive daughter.
- ↑ This is the approximated year of birth of the human Catherine Weaver. It is based on the age of actress Shirley Manson.
- ↑ This was the year that the human Catherine Weaver was killed in a helicopter crash. The T-1001 version of Weaver is still at large, though likely has returned to its own time era.
- ↑ First T-1001 appearance.
- ↑ First human appearance.
- ↑ Bobbi Sue Luther played the role of the T-1001 while disguised as a "bar skank" in "Goodbye to All That".