Bex Taylor-Klaus, an American actor is non-binary and prefers ‘they/them’ pronouns. Turned professional in 2012, Taylor-Klaus got a career breakthrough as Bullet in the crime-drama series The Killing (2013). In 2020, they portrayed Brianna Bishop in the series Deputy.
One of Bex’s most notable TV role includes the main role, Audrey Jensen, in Scream (2015-16). Moreover, they worked in the films: The Last Witch Hunter (2015) and Dumplin’ (2018).
Changed More Than 7 Schools- Early Life
Born on August 12, 1994, in Atlanta, Georgia, the USA, Bex’s birth name is Rebecca Edison Taylor-Klaus. They grew up in a Jewish family. At 6 months old, Taylor-Kalus modeled for the cover of 3 different toys for Kids II. Rebecca has a younger brother Josh and a younger sister Syd.
Although, they are yet to open up about their parents; they call them Ema and Aba.
During school time, they changed more than 7 schools. Reportedly, Bex performed in their high school’s Improv Troupe. On the 18th birthday in 2012, they moved to Los Angeles and attended Bridges Academy to study acting.
Taylor-Kalus has a scar on their left eyebrow; they had a hole drilled into their skull during childhood. They were diagnosed with Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Taylor-Klaus’ Age and Height
As of January 2021, Bex is 26 years old and has a height of 5 feet 3 inches (161 cm).
Bex Taylor-Klaus Acting Career- Debut And Breakthrough
Already with stage experience, Bex Taylor-Klaus made their on-screen debut in 2012 through Hit Me Up! (TV series) and Mental Intervention (film). In 2013, they got a career breakthrough after portraying, Bullet, in The Killing (9 episodes). It earned them two Joey Awards.
The American actor then appeared in a recurring role in Arrow (2013-19) starring Stephen Amell and Katie Cassidy; House of Lies (2014) and The Social Experiment (2015).
With guest appearances in Glee and iZombie, they played the main cast, Audrey Jensen, in 24 episodes of Scream (2015-16). The anthology slasher TV series also featured Willa Fitzgerald, John Karna, and Amadeus Serafini.
Moreover in 2015, the Atlanta, Georgia native worked in the commercially successful film The Last Witch Hunter. The movie collected $146.9 million over the budget of $71- $90 million. Later in 2018, Bex worked in the critically acclaimed film Dumplin’ starring Danielle Macdonald and Jennifer Aniston.
From 2016 to 2018, they worked as voice-actor, voiced Katie “Pidge” Holt in Voltron: Legendary Defender (73 episodes).
What Are They Doing Now?
After brief appearances in Here and Now (2018) and 13 Reasons Why (2019), Bex portrayed as the main cast Brianna Bishop in Deputy (2020). The series premiered on January 2, 2020, but was canceled after a season.
According to IMBD, Taylor Klaus is set to work as Dr. Leonora / Leo Price in the TV film Triage.
Is Non-Binary – Who Is Bex Taylor-Klaus Married To?
Bex came out as gay in November 2016 on Twitter and wrote, “hello my name is bex and yes the rumors are true I am gay.” Later, in July 2018, The Killing actor stated self as non-binary and posted about the preference of they/them pronouns.
I came out as trans non-binary in a room full of people today. Guess it’s time for me to do that on here, too …
Hi. I’m Bex, and the rumors are true. I’m v enby.
— BEX (@IBexWeBex) July 29, 2018
In August 2019, Bex Taylor-Kalus made highlights with news of engagement with girlfriend Alicia Sixtos, an actress. Reportedly, the duo dated for a while before they gave an upgrade to their relationship.
On October 10, 2020, Bex and Alicia married in an outdoor forest ceremony. They even shared adorable photos of their wedding on Instagram.
The duo is yet to share any children.
Net Worth In 2021
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Taylor-Klaus has a net worth of $500,000 in January 2021. With an impressive acting portfolio including works in TV series: The Killing, Scream, and Deputy, they grabbed showers of fame and fortune. Moreover, Bex’s venture on the big screen include films such as The Last Witch Hunter and Dumplin’.
Most of their earnings came from an acting career which is alleged to be hundreds of thousands of dollars per year.