|Star Wars character|
|First appearance||The Force Awakens (2015)|
|Portrayed by||Billie Lourd|
|Full name||Kaydel Ko Connix|
|Occupation||Lieutenant in the Resistance|
Lieutenant Kaydel Ko Connix is a fictional character in the Star Wars franchise. Introduced in the 2015 film Star Wars: The Force Awakens, she is portrayed by Billie Lourd. Connix is a minor character in The Force Awakens, and becomes more prominent in the sequel, The Last Jedi. Lourd is the daughter of Carrie Fisher, who portrayed Princess Leia in the Star Wars films.
Lourd said that she auditioned for the lead role of Rey in The Force Awakens, which ultimately went to Daisy Ridley. In the film, Lourd played the minor role of Lieutenant Connix, a character created specifically for her by director J. J. Abrams. Lourd reprised the character in The Last Jedi, in which she played a larger role than in The Force Awakens.
Connix is one of many members of the Resistance who land on Takodana together with General Leia Organa after the battle ends. Later she coordinates communications from pilots to officers in the battle to destroy Starkiller Base. She is later promoted to lieutenant for her efforts in the battle.
Connix is first seen on D'Qar, leading the evacuation of the Resistance Base. She and the others flee on Organa's flagship, the Raddus. Vice Admiral Holdo takes command when Organa is rendered unconscious after an attack on the ship's bridge. Connix helps Poe Dameron conceal an unauthorized mission by Finn and Rose Tico to infiltrate the First Order flagship pursuing the Raddus. She supports Dameron's mutiny, but surrenders shortly after Organa awakens. Connix is among the few survivors after the Battle of Crait who escape aboard the Millennium Falcon.
Connix is a playable character in Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
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