Carrie-Anne Moss

Highest Rated: 100% Frankenstein (2015)
Lowest Rated: 0% Normal (2007)
Birthday: Aug 21, 1967
Birthplace: Vancouver, BC, Canada
Exhibiting both grit and steely, almost otherworldly beauty, Canadian actress Carrie-Anne Moss rapidly ascended from obscurity to international stardom as the latex-clad cyber warrior Trinity in the Wachowski brothers' The Matrix. Moss' striking performance led many viewers to question where she had been all these years; like many other fledgling Hollywood actresses, she had done time as a model and an actress in second-rate films while waiting for her big break.Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, on August 21, 1967, Moss decided that she wanted to be an actress at an early age. The youngest of two children raised by a single mother, she grew up taking acting classes, and at the age of 20, she left Canada to pursue a career as a model. During a modeling stint in Spain, Moss managed to land a role on the TV serial Dark Justice. Upon her return to North America, she moved to L.A. and was cast on the Aaron Spelling series Models, Inc.After making her film debut in 1996's Sabotage, Moss continued to do TV work (most notably on the Toronto-based F/X: The Series) and appeared in fairly obscure films. Thanks to her starring role in The Matrix in 1999, Moss was soon in great demand. In 2000 alone, she could be seen in no less than four films, including the action comedy The Crew, Red Planet, and as a bartender with questionable motives in director Christopher Nolan's unconventional breakthrough, Memento. Subsequently taking another stab at sci-fi opposite Val Kilmer in Red Planet, Moss would next appear in Lasse Hallstrom's romantic drama Chocolat before stepping back into her vinyl bodysuit for The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions (both 2003).With the Matrix sequels behind her, Moss next starred opposite Aaron Eackhart in the serial-killer thriller Suspect Zero, a film that failed to excite either audiences or critics. Over the next three years, Moss could primarily be seen in supporting roles in small indie films like Mini's First Time and Fido. And while those films largely failed to garner audience attention, Moss received high marks for the Canadian drama Snow Cake. Also starring Alan Rickman and Sigourney Weaver, the film netted several 2007 Genie Award nominations, but only won one: Best Supporting Actress, which went to Moss.2007 also gave Moss her first taste of financial success since the Matrix films with the surprise-hit thriller Disturbia, a thinly-veiled teenage retread of Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece Rear Window. The actress followed this up with the gently tragic, slice-of-life drama Fireflies in the Garden (2008), joining Julia Roberts, Ryan Reynolds and Emily Watson in the story of family members who grapple with their feelings of love and commitment to one another when a devastating crisis occurs. In the years to come, Moss would remain a force on screen, appearing in movies like Love Hurts, and on TV series like Chuck and Vegas.

Photos

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
13% Brain on Fire Rhona Nack 2018
20% The Bye Bye Man Detective Shaw $22.4M 2017
40% Treading Water Catherine 2015
No Score Yet Pirate's Passage Kerstin Hawkins 2015
100% Frankenstein Marie 2015
56% Elephant Song Olivia 2015
No Score Yet Unthinkable Helen Brody 2014
27% Pompeii Aurelia $20M 2014
No Score Yet Compulsion Saffron 2013
28% Knife Fight Penelope 2013
8% Silent Hill: Revelation Claudia Wolf $17.6M 2012
21% Fireflies in the Garden Kelly Hanson $37.4K 2011
No Score Yet The Clockwork Girl Captain Welles 2010
29% Love Hurts Amanda 2009
0% Normal Catherine 2007
69% Disturbia Julie $80.1M 2007
72% Fido Helen Robinson 2007
65% Snow Cake Maggie 2006
52% Mini's First Time Diane $22.3K 2006
37% The Chumscrubber Jerri Falls 2005
No Score Yet Confessions of an Action Star Actor 2005
No Score Yet Sledge: The Story of Frank Sledge Actor 2004
No Score Yet The Burly Man Chronicles Actor 2004
18% Suspect Zero Fran Kulok $8.6M 2004
35% The Matrix Revolutions Trinity $139.1M 2003
89% The Animatrix Trinity 2003
73% The Matrix Reloaded Trinity $281.6M 2003
62% Chocolat Caroline Claimont 2000
14% Red Planet Cdr. Kate Bowman 2000
92% Memento Natalie $23.9M 2000
20% The Crew Det. Olivia Neal $12.5M 2000
No Score Yet New Blood Leigh 2000
88% The Matrix Trinity 1999
No Score Yet Sabotage Actor 1997
No Score Yet Lethal Tender Melissa Wilkins 1996
No Score Yet The Soft Kill Jane Tanner 1995
No Score Yet Terrified Actor 1995
No Score Yet Flashfire Meredith Neal 1994

TV

CREDIT
83% Marvel's Jessica Jones
2015
Jeri Hogarth
  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2015
No Score Yet Last Call With Carson Daly
2007
Guest
  • 2018
39% Marvel's Iron Fist
2017-2018
Jeri Hogarth
  • 2018
  • 2017
94% HUMANS
2015-2018
Dr. Athena Morrow
  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2015
78% Marvel's The Defenders
2017
Jeri Hogarth
  • 2017
93% Man Seeking Woman
2015-2017
Jane Dillon
  • 2016
  • 2015
67% Vegas
2012-2013
Katherine O'Connell
  • 2013
  • 2012
No Score Yet The Talk
2010
Guest
  • 2013
  • 2012
  • 2011
89% Chuck
2007-2012
Gertrude Verbanski
  • 2011
No Score Yet Viper
1994-1999
  • 1997
No Score Yet Due South
1994-1998
  • 1996
60% Models Inc.
1994-1995
Carrie Spencer
  • 1995
  • 1994
No Score Yet Baywatch
1989-2001
Gwen/Mattie
  • 1994
No Score Yet Dark Justice
1991-1993
Tara McDonald
No Score Yet The Animatrix
2003
Voice Trinity

QUOTES FROM Carrie-Anne Moss CHARACTERS