Taissa Farmiga is an American actress, who is known for her roles in the anthology series American Horror Story, on which she starred in the seasons Murder House (2011), Coven (2013–2014), Roanoke (2016), and Apocalypse (2018); the series established her as a modern "scream queen". Farmiga began her career in the drama film Higher Ground (2011), which was directed by her sister Vera. She has since appeared in films such as The Bling Ring (2013), Mindscape (2013), At Middleton (2013), The Final Girls (2015), 6 Years (2015), In a Valley of Violence (2016), Rules Don't Apply (2016), What They Had (2018), The Long Dumb Road (2018), The Nun (2018), and The Mule (2018). She also voiced the superhero Raven in the animated films Justice League vs. Teen Titans (2016), Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (2017), and Justice League Dark: Apokolips War (2020). She made her stage debut in the off-Broadway revival of the drama play Buried Child (2016).