Carrie-Anne Moss Filmography, Net Worth, Biography & More

Carrie-Anne Moss is a Canadian actress, best known for her role as Trinity in The Matrix trilogy of films. She has been ranked as the most popular movie actress. Carrie is the recipient of several awards for her outstanding performance in various films over the year. In the year 2021, Carrie reprised her role as Trinity in The Matrix Resurrection, the fourth franchise of her successful film Matrix which was released in 1999.

Carrie-Anne Moss is a Canadian actress, best known for her role as Trinity in The Matrix trilogy of films. She has been ranked as the most popular movie actress. Carrie is the recipient of several awards for her outstanding performance in various films over the year. In the year 2021, Carrie reprised her role as Trinity in The Matrix Resurrection, the fourth franchise of her successful film Matrix which was released in 1999.

Carrie-Anne Moss Filmography, Net Worth, Biography & More
Carrie-Anne Moss Filmography, Net Worth, Biography & More

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Full / Real Name

Carrie-Anne Moss

Nickname

Carrie

Famous For

The Matrix trilogy (1999 – 2003)

Profession

Model, Actress, Producer, Voice Artist

Date of Birth

August 21, 1967

Age

54 Years (as of 2021)

Birthplace

Burnaby, Canada

Zodiac Sign

Leo

Nationality

Canadian

Ethnicity

White

Religion

Roman Catholic

Hometown

Burnaby, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

School

Magee Secondary School, Vancouver, British Columbia

University or College

American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Pasadena

Qualification

Graduate

Languages Known

English

Morphology of Carrie-Anne Moss

Weight

58 kg | 128 lbs

Height

173 cms | 1.73 mtrs | 5’8”

Figure Value

35-26-36

Figure Type

Hourglass Shape

Skin Tone

Fair

Eye Color

Blue

Hair Colour

Dark Brown

Shoe Size

6 (US)

Dress Size

8

Carrie-Anne Moss Filmography, Net Worth, Biography & More
Carrie-Anne Moss Filmography, Net Worth, Biography & More

Personal Life and Relationships

Carrie-Anne Moss was born in Burnaby, British Columbia. She is the daughter of Barbara and Melvyn Moss. Moss’s mother reportedly named her after the Hollies’ 1967 hit song, “Carrie Anne”, which had been released in May the year she was born. She has an elder brother, Brooke. As a child, Moss lived with her mother in Vancouver. Carrie completed her schooling at Magee Secondary School in Vancouver. When Carrie was in Magee Secondary School, she joined the choir and toured Europe in her senior year.

Carrie completed her graduation from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. At the age of 11, Carrie joined the Vancouver children’s musical theatre.

Carrie married Steven Roy, an American actor in 1999. The couple together has two sons and a daughter.

Father

Melvyn Moss

Mother

Barbara Moss

Sibling

Brother(s): Brooke Moss

Marital Status

Married

Husband

Steven Roy (m. 1999)

Relationships and Affairs

NA

Children

  • Son(s): Kaden Roy, Owen Roy
  • Daughter(s): Frances Beatrice Roy

Career Path of Carrie-Anne Moss

Carrie’s first foray into entertainment was with the Television drama series “Dark Justice”. At the start of her career, Carrie appeared in television series such as Street Justice, Baywatch, F/X: The Series, Due South. Most of the films which Carrie did in the 90s decade were B grade movies, including Flashfire (1994), The Soft Kill (1994), Tough guy (1994), Lethal Tender (1996), Sabotage (1996).

Career Path of Carrie-Anne Moss
Career Path of Carrie-Anne Moss

Her breakthrough role came when she played Trinity in the science fiction thriller The Matrix in the year 1999. Carrie received a humongous response for her performance. This film established her career as a successful actress in Hollywood. The film is considered the greatest science fiction film ever. After the success of Matrix, Carrie got many opportunities and appeared in numerous top-grossing films. Some of her notable works include The Matrix, New Blood, The Clockwork Girl, The Crew, Momento, Red Planet, Chocolate, and The Matrix Reloaded. Besides her work as an actress, Carrie also provided the voice to the character Aris in the video games “Mass Effect 2” and “Mass Effect 3”.

Career and Financial Stats

Awards and Achievements

  • Golden Slate (2000): Best Actress in a Leading Role for The Matrix (1999)
  • Independent Spirit Award (2002): Best Supporting Female for Memento (2000)
  • Genie (2007): Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role for Snow Cake (2006)
  • VFCC Award (2007): Best Actress in a Canadian Film for Fido (2006)

Debut

Dark Justice (Television Drama Series)

Agents

William Morris Endeavor Entertainment (LA)

Net Worth

$3 million

Total Assets

1- 5 million USD

Income Source

Acting in Movies

Salary

NA

Cars

NA

Houses

A Villa in Los Angeles

Address

Metropolitan Talent Agency, 4526 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90010–3801.

Brands Endorsed

Print Ad for Beefeater whiskey (2001)

Famous Movies and TV shows

  • The Matrix Trilogy
  • Momento
  • Red Planet
  • The Animatrox
  • SnowCake
  • Fido
  • Mini’s First Time
  • Fireflies in the garden
Carrie Anne Moss Cameo | Baywatch Remastered

Favorite and Beloved Things

Favorite Drink

Coffee with extra cream, no sugar

Favorite Cuisine

Indian

Favorite Movie

Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Food Habits

Vegan

Interest & Hobbies

Reading, photography, learning, traveling, internet surfing

Facts About Carrie-Anne Moss

  • Carrie is a practitioner of meditation and teaches classes on it via her website, Annapurna Living. It is the foundation laid to provide people mindfulness, motivation, and devotion.
  • Carrie’s role in Matrix demanded an extreme acrobatic action, and she underwent a three-hour physical test during casting.
  • Carrie is the first member of her family to leave Canada.
  • Carrie also has a fashion line “Carrie Moss Seduction” and a top-selling perfume company called “With Love from Carrie”.

Carrie-Anne Moss Quotes

“People tell you the world looks a certain way. Parents tell you how to think. Schools tell you how to think. TV. Religion. And then at a certain point, if you’re lucky, you realize you can make up your own mind. Nobody sets the rules but you. You can design your own life.”

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