Suzanne Archer[1] was a Seegson employee serving as a receptionist for Seegson Synthetics aboard Sevastopol Station. She was in a relationship with G. Spedding.


During a series of suspicious android activity aboard the station amidst the Xenomorph outbreak, Spedding, whilst he went to consult with APOLLO, sent a message to Suzanne to shut herself in the Synthetic Showroom for safety. He reassured her that the Joes in the room were for "display purposes only."

In Spedding's final audio log before his death at the hands of a group of Joes, his final sentence was "tell Suzanne I love her."

Suzanne's corpse can be found in the showroom, implying (and later revealing) that the Joes on display were clearly more than capable of being mere show models.


  • In the novelization of Alien: Isolation, Suzanne's surname is given as Fontanarossa. However, an archive log in the game reveals her surname to be Archer.




  1. Alien: Isolation - Archive Log 111 - Showroom Appointments
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