Biography - A Short Wiki
Carrie-Anne Moss is a Canadian actress, and she is known for her role in ‘The Matrix trilogy.’ The trilogy ran from 1999 to 2003. She has also starred in other super hit movies like Memento, Red Planet, Chocolat, Snow Cake, Fido, Disturbia, Silent Hill: Revelation, and the Pompeii. Carrie has also been nominated for numerous awards, and she also appeared on the sever television series, which were produced by Marvel Television on Netflix and most notable, she appeared as Jeri Hogarth in Jessica Jones.
Here is a short summary of Carrie-Anne Moss' career:
After she left Dark Justice, she enrolled at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, which is in Pasadena. Then she also starred in the American Soap Opera Models Inc., which was a spinoff of the Melrose Place. Then she appeared on the series such as Street Justice, Due South, Baywatch, and she also scored a nomination for the Best Guest Actress in a Drama. She also did some work in the B grade films, and this includes, The Soft Kill, Tough Guy, Lethal Tender, Sabotage, Flash-Fore, and many others.
Family and Personal Life
Carrie married the American actor Steven Roy in 1999, and they also have two sons and a daughter together. Together they live in Los Angeles. She has also founded the Annapurna living, which is a lifestyle brand designed to empower women through mindfulness, devotion, and meditation.
|Husband/Spouse (Name):||Yes (Steven Roy)|
|Boyfriend/Girlfriend (Dating)||Yes (Steven Roy)|
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Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||Carrie-Anne Moss|
|Age (as of today)||56 years|
|Date of Birth||August 21, 1967|
|Place of Birth||Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$4 million|
Height, Weight, and Age
Being born on August 21, 1967, translates to an age of 56 years as of todays date (November 30, 2023).
"One of the things that impacted me the most was in the 12th grade. I just assumed I would get the lead in the musical. Well, I didn't get it; I got the second lead, and I was devastated... my mom said something like, 'Often the supporting character is better.'"Carrie-Anne Moss
"There was a day when doing TV was like, oh my God, the end of your career. Now it's just like, we all want to do TV; we all want to do great TV."Carrie-Anne Moss
"I learned how to act working in TV."Carrie-Anne Moss
"I trained for months to figure out how to ride a motorcycle. I have kind of a major fear of them. I have a major fear of going at fast speeds without any kind of protection, no helmet, an actor on the back with no helmet. I felt very afraid to do it. I love that I did it and overcame the fear and was able to do that."Carrie-Anne Moss
"I tend to play strong characters and people just assume that I would want to play romantic comedies, which I would love to do, but there are other women that do it so great and they maybe couldn't do what I do, play the kind of characters that I play."Carrie-Anne Moss