Kerry Ingram: Free Rein (Netflix Original) wins Emmy Award

Date - 23 February, 2018, All News Streaming Services Television

Netflix original drama, Free Rein has won a daytime Emmy for Best Children’s Series at this years Awards. Kerry Ingram (right of photo) plays lead Becky in the hit show.

Set on a beautiful island off the coast of Britain, 15-year-old Zoe’s life changes forever during her stay at Bright Field Stables when she meets the mysterious horse ‘Raven’. Their deep friendship gives her the strength to face certain rites of passage head on whilst exploring new relationships. Zoe’s inspirational journey will show audiences that life is all about falling off – and learning to pick yourself up again. With a thrilling mystery unravelling around her, the complex relationship Zoe develops with Raven gives her the grit and determination to master her riding skills and ultimately discover a passion for horses and a strength to face the rest of life’s challenges.



KERRY INGRAM (right) plays series lead Becky in new Netflix series Free Rein.



Kerry Ingram is best known for Shireen Baratheon in Game Of Thrones for HBO, and can be seen as a series regular in the Emmy Award winning Netflix series, Free Rein, which recently wrapped it’s third and final season.

Other notable credits include Alice Williamson in Wolf Hall based on the Man Booker Prize winning novel by Hilary Mantel, and Hilde in the historical epic Barbarians Rising.

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.

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