Moss at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival
August 21, 1967
Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
|Spouse(s)||Steven Roy (1999–present)|
|Children||Owen, Jaden, Frances|
Early life 
Carrie-Anne Moss was born in Burnaby, British Columbia to Melvyn and Barbara Moss. She has an older brother, Brooke. Moss's mother reportedly named her after The Hollies' 1967 hit song, "Carrie Anne", which had been released in May that year. Moss lived with her mother in Vancouver as a child. At the age of 11, she joined the Vancouver children's musical theatre and later went on to tour Europe with the Magee Secondary School Choir in her senior year.
While in Spain, Moss landed a role in the drama series Dark Justice, her first television appearance. She moved from Barcelona to Los Angeles, California with the series in 1992. She enrolled at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena upon her return. She starred in Fox's short-lived prime time soap opera Models Inc., a spin-off of Melrose Place, as a model.
Her breakthrough role came when she was chosen to play Trinity in the 1999 box office success The Matrix. She reprised the role in two sequels, as well as providing voiceovers for video game and animated spin-offs of the film. Coincidentally, she had previously co-starred in an unrelated made-in-Canada television series also entitled Matrix.
Following the release of The Matrix, Moss starred opposite Burt Reynolds and Richard Dreyfuss in the Disney mobster comedy The Crew. She starred with Val Kilmer in Red Planet for Warner Bros. She next appeared in Miramax's Oscar-nominated film Chocolat. She then starred with Guy Pearce in the thriller Memento for which Moss earned an Independent Spirit Award for her performance. She voiced the character Aria in Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3. She is the lead role in the Lifetime Television pilot called Normal.
Personal life 
Moss married fellow actor Steven Roy in 1999. They have two sons, Owen, (born September 2003), and Jaden (born November 2005), and a daughter, Frances Beatrice (born in June 2009). Actress Maria Bello is the godmother of Moss's older son.
|1994||The Soft Kill||Jane Tanner|
|1995||Terrified||Tracy||also known as Evil Never Sleeps and Toughguy|
|1997||Lethal Tender||Melissa Wilkins|
|The Secret Life of Algernon||Madge Clerisy|
|1999||The Matrix||Trinity||Empire Award for Best Newcomer (tied with Damien O'Donnell)
Golden State for Best Actress in a Leading Role
Nominated—Blockbuster Entertainment Award for Favorite Actress – Newcomer
Nominated—MTV Movie Award for Breakthrough Female Performance
Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Actress
|2000||Chocolat||Caroline Clairmont||Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture|
|Red Planet||Cmdr. Kate Bowman|
|Memento||Natalie||Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female
Nominated—Chlotrudis Award for Best Supporting Actress
Nominated—Las Vegas Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actress
|The Crew||Detective Olivia Neal|
|2003||The Matrix Reloaded||Trinity|
|The Matrix Revolutions||Nominated—Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress – Drama/Action Adventure|
|The Animatrix||Voice only|
|2004||Suspect Zero||Fran Kulok|
|2005||The Chumscrubber||Jerri Falls|
|Sledge: The Untold Story||Herself/Girlfriend in movie|
|2006||Fido||Helen Robinson||Vancouver Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress in a Canadian Film|
|Snow Cake||Maggie||Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role|
|Mini's First Time||Diane Droggs Tennan|
|2008||Fireflies in the Garden||Kelly Hanson|
|2009||Love Hurts||Amanda Bingham|
|2010||Unthinkable||Agent Helen Brody|
|2012||Silent Hill: Revelation 3D||Claudia Wolf|
|2013||The Clockwork Girl||Admiral Wells||completed
|1991||Dark Justice||Tara McDonald|
|1992||Forever Knight||Monica Howard||1992|
|Doorways||Laura||Unaired TV pilot|
|Silk Stalkings||Lisa/Lanax Bannon|
|1994||Models Inc.||Carrie Spencer|
|Baywatch||Gwen Brown/Mattie Brown|
|1995||Nowhere Man||Karin Stoltz||1995|
|1996||F/X: The Series||Lucinda Scott||(1996–1997)|
|Due South||Irene Zuko||Episode "Juliet is Bleeding"
Nominated—Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Guest Role in a Dramatic Series
|2007||Suspect||Lt. Chivers||TV pilot|
|2008||Pretty/Handsome||Elizabeth Fitzpayne||TV pilot|
|2011||Normal||Ann Brown||TV pilot|
|2011–2012||Chuck||Gertrude Verbanski||Recurring character (4 episodes)|
Video games 
|2003||Enter the Matrix||Trinity||FMV game, motion capture, and voice|
|2010||Mass Effect 2||Aria T'Loak||voice|
|2012||Mass Effect 3||Aria T'Loak||voice|
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- "New 'Matrix'-Inspired One Sheet for 'Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D'". Bloody-disgusting.com. Retrieved 2010-08-10.
- "Baby Boom". People magazine 60 (20). November 17, 2003. ISSN 00937673. Retrieved 2009-06-07.
- Celebrity Index[dead link]
- Mass Effect 3 Voice Cast Revealed
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