Kerry Ingram: Free Rein (Netflix)

Date - 6 July, 2018, All News Awards Streaming Services Television
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Kerry Ingram (top right) plays series regular Becky across three seasons of Free Rein, with series three now available to watch on Netflix.

Free Rein is an Emmy Award winning, Netflix Original television series created and written by Vicki Lutas and Anna McCleery. It’s produced in the UK by Lime Pictures. Kerry Ingram stars alongside Jaylen Barron, Céline Buckens and Geoffrey McGivern.

Set on an island off the coast of Britain, Zoe’s (Jaylen Barron) life changes forever when she meets the mysterious horse, Raven, during her stay at Bright Field Stables. Their deep friendship leads to a journey that shows audiences life is all about falling off and picking yourself up again. Series two of Free Rein will bring about new adventures for the American teenager and her friends as they grapple with rival stables, changes of heart and a mystery.


Kerry Ingram is best known for playing recurring character Shireen Baratheon in popular fantasy epic Game Of Thrones for HBO. She also played Alice Williamson in the BBC historical drama Wolf Hall based on the Man Booker Prize winning novel by Hilary Mantel.

At the age of 12, she was presented with the Best Actress Olivier award for her performance in the original West End cast of Matilda.

Other screen credits include role of Hilde in the historical epic Barbarians Rising as well as Becky in the Emmy Award winning Netflix Drama Free Rein.

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