Birth Date: August 21, 1967
Place of Birth:
Vancouver, British Columbia
What Got Her Noticed:
Trinity in "The Matrix" trilogy.
Actor Steven Roy
Carrie-Anne Moss Biography (Courtesy of Paramount
and "Suspect Zero"):
August 25, 2004 - After starring opposite
Keanu Reeves in the Wachowski brothers’ smash hit "The Matrix,"
Carrie-Anne Moss ('Fran Kulok' in "Suspect Zero") has become one of
the most sought-after actresses in Hollywood. Following the release of "The
Matrix," Moss was snapped up by some of Hollywood’s most prominent
producers for starring roles in four films.
First, audiences saw her star
opposite Burt Reynolds and Richard Dreyfuss in the mobster comedy “The Crew,”
for producers Barry Sonnenfeld and Barry Josephson. Then they saw her star with
Val Kilmer in “Red Planet,” for producer Mark Canton. She then co-starred
opposite Juliette Binoche, Johnny Depp and Dame Judi Dench in the Oscar?-nominated
film “Chocolat,” for director Lasse Hallström and producer David
Brown. Next she starred with Guy Pearce in the critically acclaimed independent
thriller “Memento,” for which she earned an Independent Spirit Award
for her performance.
Last year, Moss reprised her role as
Trinity, in “The Matrix: Reloaded” and “Revolutions,”
once again teaming with Keanu Reeves and Lawrence Fishburne. Next year, she will
be seen in the Arie Posin film tentatively titled, “The Chumscrubber,”
an ensemble independent feature co-starring Ralph Fiennes, Rita Wilson and Glenn
Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Moss graduated
from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena, after which she enjoyed
a successful modeling career, landing jobs in Toronto, Japan and Spain and appearing
on many international magazine covers. While working in Spain, she landed a regular
role in the television series “Dark Justice,” which was produced in
Barcelona the first season. Moving back to Los Angeles, Moss landed a starring
role in the popular Aaron Spelling TV series “Models Inc.,” and she
has enjoyed a strong career in entertainment ever since.