The Game of Thrones Star Bella Ramsey Comes Out as Gender Fluid

Bella Ramsey recently opened up in an interview with The New York Times about her gender identity. She claimed that she has always identified as a fluid gender. She wouldn’t give it much thought if someone called Ramsey “her” or “she.” But it would be a little exciting if someone addressed Bella as a “he.”

Bella explains that despite not really caring about pronouns, Bella has always been the person who disliked being gendered.

At the age of 11, Bella Ramsey made her big screen debut as Lyanna Mormont on HBO’s Game of Thrones from 2016 to 2019 

After GOT, Bella had television roles as Mildred Hubble in the 2017 CBBC series The Worst Witch, Jane Grey in the 2022 Starz drama Becoming Elizabeth, and the voice of Hilda in the Netflix animated series (2018-present). With Luke Pearson, Kurt Mueller, and Stephanie Simpson, Ramsey won the 2019 BAFTA award for best “Children’s Animation” for her work as the voice of the title character in Hilda.

An 80-minute television movie special – Hilda and the Mountain King debuted on December 30, 2021, featuring her reprising the role.

Bella is currently starring in The Last of Us HBO adaptation, a post-apocalyptic drama series based on the same-named video game from 2013. 

For her role in the 2022 historical comedy film Catherine Called Birdy Bella received a nomination for the Critics’ Choice Award in the non-gender-specific category. Bella received a nomination in the category of best young actor/actress. Bella said she is ‘Pleased’ about receiving a nomination for the Critics’ Choice Award in the interview.

Bella also discussed in a recent interview with Elle magazine about leaving the children’s tv show The Worst Witch to help with her eating disorder recovery. Bella left the series after the third season in 2020.