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The Last of Us Star Bella Ramsey Comes Out: 'I'm Not 100% Straight'

The Last of Us Star Bella Ramsey Comes Out: 'I'm Not 100% Straight'

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The nonbinary actor opened up about their sexuality in a new interview.

Happy Pride Month indeed, Bella Ramsey!

Best known for playing Lyanna Mormont on Game of Thrones and Ellie Williams on The Last of Us, Ramsey recently opened up about their sexuality during an interview with British Vogue.

First, Ramsey talked about the anxiety they used to feel about pronouns, and how they’re now able to be more vocal about how they identify. “Being called ‘they’ is the most truthful thing for me. That’s who I am the most,” they explained. Ramsey then also touched upon their sexuality:

“You never fully know who you are, it’s ever-evolving. But I certainly think that people have gathered that I’m not 100 percent straight. I’m a little bit wavy, you know? That’s what I like to say.”

Later in the interview, Ramsey talked about all the support they’ve gotten from the production team and cast of The Last of Us, noting:

“The costume supervisor would put several different undergarments in my room: a regular bra, a binder, a sports bra. She’d say, ‘You just pick whatever is most comfortable for you today.’ And in the end, it was just a binder. There was never anyone pressuring me.”

Ramsey also name-dropped their costar Pedro Pascal, who has a trans sister named Lux Pascal, as a very supportive person on set. “I always felt like he had my back. We take care of each other,” Ramsey said.

It makes us so happy to hear that Ramsey is getting the support system that they deserve!

The Last of Us is available for streaming on Max.

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Bernardo Sim experiences and explains the queer pop culture multiverse. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.

Bernardo Sim experiences and explains the queer pop culture multiverse. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.