Ingrid is very soft-spoken and modest, down-to-earth, and is naturally adventurous. She is not afraid to speak her mind or stick to her values, even intending to part with Cyril when he turns out to be dealing with a dangerous corporation. When Cyril turns the Rotco Corporation down, she is particularly proud of him. She expresses that she hopes to meet him again. Ingrid appears once more in The One That Got Away, but in a non-speaking cameo. She appears with a drink at Cyril Sneer and Mr. Knox's product press conference.
Some of Ingrid's past theatrical films and costars include:
- The Rose and the Rapscallion (with Cliff Stallion)
- Queen of the Endless Isle (with Lance Lemming)
- A Tree Grows In Saskatchewan
She is said to be best known for starring alongside Lance Lemming, but only one of his movies is mentioned in the episode. She is the head of the Save the World Fund, a non-profit organization that works towards conservation and restoration. Lady Baden-Baden invites her to a conference in the Evergreen Forest to promote the fund, and warn the forest about the environmentally destructive Rotco Corporation.
Ingrid is a longtime friend of Lady Baden-Baden, and Baden-Baden frequently tells Ingrid about her life and the events in the Evergreen Forest. She is very motherly towards Ingrid.
Cyril SneerEditIngrid sees Cyril as a "sweet man," and is charmed by his personality. Cyril is eager to impress her, which she humours. However, she is repulsed by the idea of him working with the Rotco Corporation. Cyril does the right thing and backs out of the Rotco deal, donating the millions intended to buy out Rotco to her organization.
Lloyd, Floyd, and Boyd are doting fans of Ingrid's films, and are thrilled to be able to meet her. They are slightly clingy, which makes Ingrid visibly uncomfortable, but she is still polite to them.
Melissa and Ralph RaccoonEdit
Ingrid gets along well with Melissa and Ralph, who interview her and help with the promotion of the Save the World Fund. She treats them very amiably and professionally during her time talking with them.