Fans of the Obi-Wan Kenobi series on Disney+ are raving about it, and a second season could be on the way.

The soon-to-be-famous In the series, Moses Ingram portrays the villain Inquisitor Reva Sevander. Since the start of the show, anonymous social media trolls have been flooding the Emmy-nominated performer with horrible racial remarks.

According to Rolling Stone, Star Wars, Disney+, and Ewan McGregor have all expressed support for the actor after she uploaded screenshots on her Instagram story, with one response reading, ‘You’re a diversity hire and you won’t be loved or remembered for your acting part.’

Who is Moses Ingram?

Moses Ingram (born Monique Denise Ingram on February 6, 1994) is an actress from the United States. She was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie for her role as Jolene in the Netflix miniseries The Queen’s Gambit (2020).

Moses Ingram parents and family

Ingram grew raised in a blended family of six children in West Baltimore, where her mother worked in daycare and her stepfather worked in city operations. Her mother and a Windsor Hills Elementary teacher enrolled her in an after-school theatrical program when she was ten years old. She went on to the Baltimore School for the Arts, where she graduated in 2012.

Moses Ingram’s biological parents name are not known. Wikipedia did not covered that.

Ingram turned down an invitation to attend Howard University due to financial constraints and enrolled in Baltimore City Community College for 2012. Despite the fact that Baltimore City did not offer a theatre school, her advisor pushed her to keep acting and audition for local plays. She also worked various part-time jobs and received grants to help pay for her education. She received an associate’s degree.

Moses Ingram career

Ingram was raised in a blended family of six children in West Baltimore, where her mother worked in daycare and her stepfather worked in city operations. Her mother and a Windsor Hills Elementary teacher enrolled her in an after-school theatrical program when she was ten years old. She went on to the Baltimore School for the Arts, where she graduated in 2012.

Ingram turned down an invitation to attend Howard University due to financial constraints and enrolled in Baltimore City Community College for 2012. Despite the fact that Baltimore City did not offer a theatre school, her advisor pushed her to keep acting and audition for local plays. She also worked various part-time jobs and received grants to help pay for her education. She received an associate’s degree.

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