Moses Ingram Bio, Net Worth, Age, Boyfriend, Family, Ethnicity, Wiki

|
Moses Ingram

Facts About Moses Ingram

Celebrated Name Moses Ingram
Nick Name Moses
Birth Name Moses Ingram
Gender Female
Profession Actress
Place Of Birth Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.
Birth Nation America
Nationality American
Ethnicity African-American
Religion Christian
Race Black
Siblings 1
Marital Status Unmarried
Sexual Orientation Straight
Source of Wealth Acting career
Net Worth $500,000
Height 5 feet and 5 inches
Weight 54 kg
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Dark brown
Body Type Slim
Body Measurement 34-26-36 inches
Links Wikipedia Instagram

* Did you find any mistake? Click here to help us to improve this page.

Moses Ingram is a versatile American actress who portrayed Jolene in the Netflix miniseries "The Queen's Gambit" (2020), for which she was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie. She won a regional competition from the National Society of Arts and Letters and finished fourth in the nationals in 2015. She was seen as Reva Sevander / The Third Sister in the 2022 TV series "Obi-Wan Kenobi" as well as she starred as Amy Sharp in the film "Ambulance" in 2022. Additionally, she is also active in social media as she has gained more than 121K followers on her Instagram account.

Moses Ingram Famous For

  • Being an American actress.
  • For portraying the role of Jolene in the Netflix miniseries "The Queen's Gambit" (2020).

What is Moses Ingram Real Name?

Moses Ingram took birth in 1993 in Baltimore, Maryland, the U.S. Her real name is Monique Denise Ingram. She is American by nationality and African-American by ethnicity. Similarly, her religion is Christian and her race is black. Ingram's present age is 27 which she celebrated back in 2021. Her zodiac sign is not known as her exact date of birth has not been disclosed yet. She has not shared any details regarding her parents however we know that she has a brother named Randy.


Talking about Ingram's education, she attended the Baltimore School for the Arts, graduating in 2012. She declined an offer to attend Howard University due to financial limitations and enrolled in Baltimore City Community College in 2012.

What does Moses Ingram do for a living?

  • Moses Ingram kicks off her acting career starring as Jolene in the Netflix miniseries "The Queen's Gambit" (2020) after which she appeared in Peter Hedges' ensemble drama "The Same Storm".
  • She then starred as Lady Macduff in Joel Coen's "The Tragedy of Macbeth", which premiered at the New York Film Festival in September 2021.
  • She has also been cast in Michael Bay's "Ambulance" (2022), and in the Disney+ Star Wars spin-off miniseries "Obi-Wan Kenobi" (2022). 


  • Besides, Variety named Ingram one of ten actors to watch for 2021, noting her Emmy nomination and these roles.

Is Moses Ingram Dating Anyone?

Moses Ingram is an unmarried lady. There is not much about her private relation and boyfriend as she always maintains a distance in her personal life and media. She's in fact got a lot going on for her career-wise, so probably she does not have much time left for relationships and all. Concerning her sexual orientation, she is straight.

What is the Net Worth of Moses Ingram?

Moses Ingram's among those few individuals that have such a wide range of experience and remains true to whatever she embarks on. She has a net worth of $500,000 as of 2022 whereas her exact amount of salary has not been disclosed yet. She has not done endorsement work for any brands yet. In addition, her major source of income is her acting career.

How tall is Moses Ingram?

Moses Ingram is 5 feet and 5 inches tall and her body weighs around 54 kg. She has good-looking black hair and dark brown eyes color. Moreover, her body build type is slim and her body measurements are 34-26-36 inches.

Did You Know?

  • She portrayed Jolene in the Netflix miniseries The Queen's Gambit (2020).
  • Due to financial limitations, Ingram declined an offer to attend Howard University and enrolled in Baltimore City Community College for 2012.
  • 2015, she won a regional competition from the National Society of Arts and Letters, and finished fourth in the nationals.
  • She received a Princess Grace Award in 2018.
  • She graduated with her Master of Fine Arts in June 2019.