Taissa Farmiga

Farmiga in 2016 Taissa Farmiga ( ; born August 17, 1994) is an American actress. Her numerous appearances in horror films have established her as a scream queen, alongside her older sister Vera Farmiga.

Farmiga was encouraged to begin acting by her sister, and subsequently made her debut in Vera's first directorial endeavor, ''Higher Ground'' (2011). She rose to prominence for her work on the anthology series ''American Horror Story'', starring in the seasons ''Murder House'' (2011), ''Coven'' (2013–2014), ''Roanoke'' (2016) and ''Apocalypse'' (2018). Her early film roles include the crime drama ''The Bling Ring'' (2013) and the psychological thriller ''Mindscape'' (2013).

Farmiga drew praise for her performances in the comedy slasher film ''The Final Girls'' (2015), and the drama films ''6 Years'' (2015) and ''Share'' (2015), all of which premiered at South by Southwest, which led her to be named one of the breakout stars of the festival. She has provided the voice of Raven in the DC Animated Movie Universe (2016–2020), starred in the comedy films ''Rules Don't Apply'' (2016) and ''The Long Dumb Road'' (2018), the drama films ''In a Valley of Violence'' (2016) and ''What They Had'' (2018), and the supernatural thriller films ''The Nun'' (2018) and its sequel (2023).

Farmiga also featured in the main cast of the procedural drama series ''Wicked City'' (2015), and made her stage debut in the Off-Broadway revival of the drama play ''Buried Child'' (2016). Provided by Wikipedia
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