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'''Asia Kate Dillon''' (born November 15, 1984 in Ithaca, New York) is an American actor known for playing Brandy Epps in ''Orange Is the New Black'' (2013) and Taylor Mason in ''Billions'' (2016). Dillon is nonbinary ([[genderfluid]]) and currently uses [[singular they]] pronouns, after a period of using [[no pronouns]].<ref name="masters">{{Cite web |title=Asia Kate Dillon Talks Discovering The Word Non-Binary: 'I Cried' |last=Masters |first=Jeffrey |work=HuffPost |date=13 April 2017 |access-date=23 April 2020 |url= https://www.huffpost.com/entry/asia-kate-dillon-talks-discovering-the-word-non-binary_b_58ef1685e4b0156697224c7a}}</ref> Their role on ''Billions'' is the first nonbinary character shown on American television.
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Asia Kate Dillon (born November 15, 1984 in Ithaca, New York) is an American actor known for playing Brandy Epps in ''Orange Is the New Black'' (2013) and Taylor Mason in ''Billions'' (2016). Dillon is nonbinary ([[genderfluid]]) and currently uses [[singular they]] pronouns, after a period of using [[no pronouns]].<ref name="masters">{{Cite web |title=Asia Kate Dillon Talks Discovering The Word Non-Binary: 'I Cried' |last=Masters |first=Jeffrey |work=HuffPost |date=13 April 2017 |access-date=23 April 2020 |url= https://www.huffpost.com/entry/asia-kate-dillon-talks-discovering-the-word-non-binary_b_58ef1685e4b0156697224c7a}}</ref> Their role on ''Billions'' is the first nonbinary character shown on American television.
   
 
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