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Ulorin Vex attending the Exxxotica LA Expo, Los Angeles, California on July 10, 2010
|Born||Newcastle upon Tyne, England, UK|
|Height||5 ft 8.5 in (1.74 m)|
|Weight||126 lb (57 kg; 9.0 st)|
|Dress size||10 (UK)|
|Shoe size||7.5 (UK)|
Vex graduated from the University of Durham. She began her career as an alternative model shortly after, modeling collections for numerous latex clothing designers and appearing on stage at events such as the Skin Two Rubber Ball. She has done non-fetish modelling work, appearing in style editorials for Dazed and Confused and promotional images for global hair brand Tigi, including the cover of award-winning trade magazine Creative Head.
Vex paints under the name of Malady Charlotina. The name is a play on words of a character from The Dancers at the End of Time. Her favourite set of illustrations is Arthur Rackham’s “creepy” Alice In Wonderland series.
Vex joined American violinist Emilie Autumn on her spring 2008 tour as a stage performer and new addition to The Bloody Crumpets. She returned to Autumn's side in 2012 in order to partake in the music video for her song "Fight Like a Girl".
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- "Ulorin Vex modeling the "Vex" outfit.". Steampunk Couture. Summer 2010. Retrieved 2014-04-16.
- Ulorin Vex' Official Website
- Malady Charlotina Website
- Ulorin Vex' LiveJournal
- Ulorin Vex on Facebook
- Ulorin Vex on deviantArt
- Ulorin Vex on Twitter
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