Bex Taylor-Klaus is the voice of Katie “Pidge” Holt on the Netflix series Voltron: Legendary Defender. She is also known for her roles as Bullet on The Killing, Sin on Arrow, Lex on House of Lies, and Audrey Jensen in the Scream series.
Bex Taylor-Klaus will be appearing at Raleigh Supercon on Friday, Saturday, & Sunday.
Autograph on an 8×10 photo or on your own item: $35 (includes selfie at no additional charge)
Selfie/Tableside Photo with your own camera: FREE w/ autograph purchase
Bex Taylor-Klaus autographs, selfies, & recordings are only available at her booth during the show for Cash Only.
You must also have an admission ticket to enter the event and redeem an autograph, selfie, photo op, or other celebrity ticket.
Bex Taylor-Klaus will take part in a Q&A that will be open to all attendees and included in the price of admission to Raleigh Supercon.
Bex Taylor-Klaus’ full schedule will be posted here about two weeks before the show.
You may have first seen Bex Taylor-Klaus in her break-out role as a tough street kid named Bullet in season 3 of AMC’s The Killing, critically acclaimed by the New York Times as “steadily one of the best-acted shows on television.” CW fans may know her for her role as Sin on “Arrow,” and MTV fans may know her as Audrey on the TV show, “Scream.” And of course, animated fans know her best as the voice of Pidge on Dreamwork’s highly acclaimed reboot of “Voltron: Legendary Defender.” Since moving to California while still in High School, Bex has also played the roles of Bronwyn in “The Last Witchhunter,” Amy Meyer on “The Librarians,” Vivian in “Longmire,” and Bex in the Season Finale of “Glee.” With recurring roles of Lex in “House of Lies” and Teresa in “iZombie,” Fans can look forward to seeing Bex in a recurring role of Dex Reynolds in HBO’s “Here and Now”, as well as the role of Violet Paich in Harald Kloser’s upcoming release of “Discarnate,” and Director Anne Fletcher’s upcoming release of “Dumplin’.” Whether performing in drama, comedy, or horror, Bex loves breathing life into complex characters. She invites viewers to explore the nuances of life’s emotions, whether getting in touch with their playful sides or exercising their demons. She writes, “to be an actor is to want to visit the dark places that humans strive so hard to stay away from.” On a different kind of screen, Bex is actively engaged with her fabulous fans on social media. Off the screen, she enjoys Krav Maga, hiking, and hanging out with her family – by choice and by blood – especially her dogs, Bullet, Rocky and Kat.