Bela Ramsay, star of Lena Dunham’s latest feature “Catherine, Be A Bird,” has signed with CAA. Difference He can only confirm.
In “Catherine, Called Birdie,” which won rave reviews at the Toronto International Film Festival last month, Ramsey plays 14-year-old Birdie, who comes of age in medieval England and is destined to marry someone of all means. Birdy, meanwhile, has other ideas – the suitors in her father’s mind. Joe Alwyn and Andrew Scott also star in the film, which recently hit Prime Video after its theatrical release.
Ramsay also appeared in HBO’s “Game of Thrones” as Lena Mormont, head of House Mormont after her mother’s death and the first Jon Snow declared King of the North at the Lords’ Gathering at Winterfell.
Her next role will be in Craig Mazin’s upcoming HBO series, “The Last of Us,” alongside Pedro Pascal (“Wonder Woman 1984”). Based on the critically acclaimed Sony Playstation video game, the series takes place 20 years after the destruction of modern civilization. Ramsay is set to play Pascal’s ward in the series, which stars Nick Offerman as Pascal is tasked with getting her to safety in a post-apocalyptic United States. The series is set to premiere next year.
Ramsay continues to be represented in the UK by Conway Van Gelder Grant, Relevant PR and attorney Bianca Levine at Gang, Thayer, Ramer, Brown & Passman.