Carrie-Anne Moss Net Worth

How much is Carrie-Anne Moss Worth?

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Carrie-Anne Moss net worth:
$3 Million

Carrie-Anne Moss net worth: Carrie-Anne Moss is a Canadian actress who has a net worth of $3 million dollars. Carrie-Anne Moss was born in August of 1967 in Burnaby, British Columbia and is best known for her starring roles in various American films, including The Matrix trilogy, Memento, Chocolat, Disturbia, and Unthinkable. Her parents, Melvyn and Barbara are said to have named their daughter after The Hollies' song, Carrie Anne, which came out in 1967. When she was 11, Moss joined a local children's musical theater in Vancouver, with whom she went on an international tour in Europe during her senior year of high school. During this tour, she earned her first on-screen appearance, which was on the TV drama series, Dark Justice. She then moved to Los Angeles to appear on the show regularly. She then went on to take classes at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena while continuing to appear in various TV shows, including Models Inc., which is a soap opera spin off from Melrose Place. Her first film role was in the film Trinity, which was released in 1999. That same year she also married fellow actor Steven Roy, with whom she has three children, two sons and one daughter.

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Carrie-Anne Moss Net Worth

Carrie-Anne Moss

Actor
Date of Birth
Aug 21, 1967
Profession
Actor, Model, Voice Actor
Nationality
Canada
Height
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Nicknames
Carrie Anne Moss, Carrie Moss, Carrie Ann Moss, Carrie-Ann Moss
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