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Carrie-Anne Moss

Carrie-Anne Moss

Birthday: 21 August 1967, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Height: 174 cm

Carrie-Anne Moss was born on August 21, 1967, in Vancouver, British Columbia, the youngest of two children of Barbara and Melvyn Moss. At age 20, she moved to Europe to pursue a career in modeling; in ...Show More

Carrie-Anne Moss
[in 2014] Yes I'm still in contact with my Matrix family. Life gets busy for all of us but the conne Show more [in 2014] Yes I'm still in contact with my Matrix family. Life gets busy for all of us but the connection is always there. Hide
I don't have issues with playing moms. When a role is well-written, whatever it is, it's just about Show more I don't have issues with playing moms. When a role is well-written, whatever it is, it's just about playing the truth of the character. I always wanted to be a mother. I love it. Hide
A sex scene is much harder than a fight scene. It's one thing to say, 'Kick higher,' but 'Kiss harde Show more A sex scene is much harder than a fight scene. It's one thing to say, 'Kick higher,' but 'Kiss harder' - that's just crazy. Hide
I've always been that girl. Tell me that I can't do something and I'll do it. I've always been that girl. Tell me that I can't do something and I'll do it.
I wouldn't play another character like Trinity out of respect to her and respect to the film. I don' Show more I wouldn't play another character like Trinity out of respect to her and respect to the film. I don't want to be the leather-clad, kicking-butt girl with another name. It would be like cheating on Trinity. Hide
"After The Matrix (1999), I cannot wear sunglasses. As soon as I put them on, people recognize me". "After The Matrix (1999), I cannot wear sunglasses. As soon as I put them on, people recognize me".
To be honest, I didn't find it that difficult to get past The Matrix. I never felt typecast at all. To be honest, I didn't find it that difficult to get past The Matrix. I never felt typecast at all.
I think dreams are important to inspire us to get out of bed every morning. I think dreams are important to inspire us to get out of bed every morning.
Where it gets clear for me about the privacy issue is with my kids because they didn't choose this k Show more Where it gets clear for me about the privacy issue is with my kids because they didn't choose this kind of life. I'm an incredibly open person, though -- I'll tell anyone anything. My husband jokes that I'll invite people over for dinner and he won't know who they are or where I met them. But in my work world, I've never really been tempted to tell too much of my story. Hide
I shoplifted. I was about five years old, and I took a candy from a store. We paid for three of them Show more I shoplifted. I was about five years old, and I took a candy from a store. We paid for three of them, but I took four, and I went home and cried. My mom took me back, and I paid for the missing piece. Hide
Carrie-Anne Moss's FILMOGRAPHY
as Actor (67)
Carrie-Anne Moss Carrie-Anne Moss'S roles
Jeri Hogarth
Jeri Hogarth

Jeri Hogarth
Jeri Hogarth

Natalie
Natalie

Jerri Falls
Jerri Falls

Dr. Athena Morrow
Dr. Athena Morrow

Penelope Nelson
Penelope Nelson

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