Rhianne Barreto


Rhianne Gabrielle H Barreto (born 25 March 1998)[1] is an English actress. Her work includes the film Share (2019), the ITV drama Honour (2020), and the BBC One series The Outlaws (2021–).

Rhianne Barreto
Born (1998-03-25) 25 March 1998 (age 24)
Kensington and Chelsea, London, England
Years active2016–present

Early lifeEdit

Barreto is one of nine siblings born in Kensington and Chelsea. Her mother Tracey Barreto is English and her father Ramsey Barreto was born in Iraq and is of Indian and Portuguese heritage.[2][3] She attended Bishop Ramsey School, the National Youth Theatre and the BRIT School.[1][1]


In 2018, Barreto was named as one of the Screen International Stars of Tomorrow.[4] She appeared in the 2019 Amazon Prime Video action drama series Hanna (2019) and won the Breakthrough Performance award at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival for her role in Share.[1][5] She co-starred alongside Keeley Hawes in the 2020 ITV drama series Honour, in which she played the sister of real-life murder victim Banaz Mahmod. She is one of the seven members of the ensemble cast in the comic crime thriller The Outlaws, which premiered on BBC One and Amazon Prime Video in 2021. A second series was filmed concurrently.[1]



Year Title Role Notes
2019 Signs Mariam Short film
Share Mandy Lundy


Year Title Role Notes
2016 Fright Bites Natalie Episode: "Tickle Monster"
2017 Little Boy Blue Girl 1 episode
2018 Strike Back Maya Episode: "Retribution: Part 6"
2019 Hanna Sophie Season 1; 5 episodes
2020 Isolation Stories Carly Episode: "Mel"
Honour Bekhal Mahmod Miniseries
2021–present The Outlaws Rani Rekowski Main role


Year Title Role Notes
2017 Dixi Scarlett 40 episodes


Year Title Role Notes
2020 Day by Day Stella Podcast episode: "At the Peak of it All"

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Work Result Ref
2019 Sundance Film Festival Achievement in Acting Share Won


  1. ^ a b c d Rosseinsky, Katie (22 October 2021). "Rhianne Barreto: I'm not going to play the best friend roles any more". Evening Standard.
  2. ^ Jube, Anna (22 October 2021). "Rhianne Barreto is worth moving to another country for". The Last Magazine.
  3. ^ Bowen, Sesali. "Rhianne Baretto: No, She's Not Rihanna". Nylon. Retrieved 23 March 2022.
  4. ^ "Screen Stars of Tomorrow 2018". Screen Daily. 4 October 2018.
  5. ^ Salmon, Caspar (22 July 2019). "Rhianne Barreto on her role as a teen struggling with the fallout of her sexual assault". The Face.

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