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Actress in the series of “Star Wars”, Moses Ingram is aware that this role “will mark his entire career”

But why is she so mean? Moses Ingram gives the Jedi a hard time in Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi, available on Disney + since the end of May. The 29-year-old actress, seen in The Tragedy of Macbeth by Joel Coen, Ambulance by Michael Bay and the Netlfix series The Ladies Gameplays Reva, the “Third Sister” opposite Ewan McGregor, Hayden Christensen and Joel Edgerton.

“He is someone who has a sense of duty and who does not joke when it comes to accomplishing his mission”, explains Moses Ingram to 20 Minutes. Smiling in the interview, she is quite frightening on the screen as an inquisitor charged with destroying the defenders of the Force. As fierce as it is intelligent, it is a formidable enemy.

The sound of the lightsaber

“When I first auditioned for the role, I didn’t know it was a Star Wars, remembers the actress. I had only been told of a Disney project. When I learned, by Zoom, that I had been chosen, I was left speechless. And she had to follow the most serious training to slip into the skin of this athlete who jumps, twirls and wields the lightsaber in a virtuoso way. “Initially, being attached to ropes is painful,” she says. You are slashed so as not to fall and the cables get under your skin. It becomes rewarding once you learn to distribute your weight. The result is really cool. »

Moses Ingram seems to have mastered the art of combat when seen in action on the show. She frankly admits to having “made the sound” of the lightsaber the first time she handled it and to having kept the hilt of her weapon as a souvenir. She is proud to show Obi-Wan Kenobi to his young nephews and nieces. “The hardest thing was not to spoil my role, she admits. Be part of the universe Stars Wars teaches you to be careful what you say in public so as not to spoil the show. But it’s not easy, especially with the family. »

Moses Ingram also has a lot of fun with the idea of ​​owning his own figurine and having participated in this experiment. ” Play in Star Wars is unique, she says. It is impossible not to be impressed whatever we have done before because we know that we are part of a legend that will mark our entire career. That of the talented Moses Ingram seems placed under my best auspices after this significant role.

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