An American actress Bella Ramsey is best known for her portrayal as Lyanna Mormont in American fantasy drama television series on HBO, Game of Thrones. She made her professional acting debut from it.
Besides this Ramsey also appeared in the shows including, The Worst Witch, Holmes, and Watson, Requiem, and others.
Early life and education
Bella Ramsey was born in 2004, in the United Kingdom. She belongs to White ethnicity/race and holds an American nationality. Though she is a well-known actress, Ramsey did not reveal any information about her parents.
Once, in an interview, she mentioned that Ramsey grew up in a friendly & entertaining environment. She also said that her parents provided a full support towards her acting career from the very beginning.
Young and talented actress, Bella Ramsey began her acting career at the age of four. At the age of ten, she won a place at Television Workshop which influenced her to do other roles too. After that, Ramsey decided to act professionally in the TV series and movies.
In the year, 2016 Ramsey made her professional acting debut with the HBO television series, Game of Thrones as Lyanna Mormont. Through her incredible acting skills, she was able to win millions of hearts. She also appears in another series, The Worst Witch as Mildred Hubble.
In the same year, Ramsey also appeared in the BBC One series, Requiem as Young Matilda. Well, in 2018, she is scheduled to appear in Netflix series, Hilda as Hilda.
Besides her television career, Ramsey also appears in the movies such as Holmes & Watson as Flotsam and Two for Joy as Miranda.
Though Bella Ramseys fans regularly follow her, she prefers to keep her details out of reach. There are no any records of her past relationships.
Furthermore, Bella hasnt been the part of any controversy yet. The fourteen years old young actress, Bella Ramsey is focused on building up her career.
As being such a famous actress, Bella Ramsey earns a good amount of money from her growing acting career. However, her exact net worth is under review.
by ab-sandip, 15 Oct, 2017