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Net Worth:
$4 Million
Aug 21, 1967 (56 years old)
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Actor, Model, Voice Actor
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Carrie-Anne Moss is a Canadian actress who has a net worth of $4 million. Carrie-Anne Moss is best known for starring as Trinity in the groundbreaking science fiction film "The Matrix" (1999). This role showcased her ability to blend physical prowess with a compelling screen presence, setting a new standard for female action heroes in Hollywood. Moss reprised her role in the film's sequels, "The Matrix Reloaded" and "The Matrix Revolutions," both released in 2003. She reprised the role again for 2021's "The Matrix Resurrections."

Apart from the "Matrix" series, Moss has shown her range in various other films. She starred in the psychological thriller "Memento" (2000), directed by Christopher Nolan, where her performance was critically acclaimed. Her role in this film demonstrated her ability to handle complex characters and intricate plots, adding depth and nuance to her on-screen persona.

Moss's career also includes roles in independent films and television. She has appeared in dramas and thrillers, showcasing her adaptability to different genres. In television, she has had significant roles in series like "Jessica Jones," where she played a high-powered attorney.

Early Life

Carrie-Anne Moss was born on August 21, 1967, in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. She is named after the 1967 hit song by the Hollies, "Carrie Anne," which came out while her mother Barbara was pregnant with her.  Moss lived with her mother in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada when she was young. She joined the local children's musical theatre in Vancouver when she was 11. During her senior year of high school, she toured Europe with the Maggee Secondary School Choir. That same year, she booked her first television role in the drama "Dark Justice."


While Moss was touring Europe, her choir made a stop in Spain. That's where she booked the role of Tara, a clerk to Judge Bruce Marshall in "Dark Justice." She moved to Los Angeles with the series in 1992. She left the series before the third (and final) season. In Los Angeles, she enrolled at Pasadena's American Academy of Dramatic Arts and landed a role on the "Melrose Place" spinoff "Models, Inc." opposite Dallas alum Linda Gray and Garcelle Beauvais. The series was canceled after one season. For the rest of the 1990s, she appeared in a number of television and film roles including "Baywatch," "Due South," "F/X: The Series," and "The Secret Life of Algernon," to name just a few of her pre-"Matrix" credits.

In 1999, Moss was cast in her breakthrough role as Trinity in "Matrix." The three films were shot in Australia. To prepare for her role, she had to have a three-hour physical during casting and undergo months of rigorous training. At one point during the filming of the first film, she injured her ankle. While training for the 18-month shoot for "Matrix Reloaded" and "Matrix Revolutions," she broke her leg. It was only two weeks into the eight-month training program for the sequels. Her role in the "Matrix" franchise made Moss a worldwide star. She was nominated for an MTV Movie Award for Breakthrough Female Performance as well as a Saturn Award for Best Actress.

Carrie-Anne went on to star in 2000's "Memento," "Chocolate," and "Red Planet." The Matrix sequels took up most of the early 2000s for Moss. She has appeared in "Suspect Zero," "The Chumscrubber," "Disturbia," "Fido," "Love Hurts," Unthinkable," "Pompeii," "Elephant Song," and "Frankenstein," to name just a handful of Moss' many film and television credits.

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In more recent years, Moss has made the cross-over into television in recent years, appearing in "Chuck," "Man Seeking Women," "Daredevil," "Humans," "Vegas," "Iron Fist," "The Defenders," "Wisting," "Crossing Lines,""Jessica Jones," and "Tell Me A Story."

Moss is also the founder of the lifestyle brand Annapurna Living, which is designed to empower women through mindfulness and meditation. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Moss said: "I had my children, fell in love with mothering, yet couldn't find what I was looking for in terms of support or community. It felt isolating. I couldn't find 'my people.' " She founded Annapurna Living so that other mothers could find their community. At Annapurna Living's website, online courses are taught by Moss on how to live an extremely thoughtful and considerate life, offering a helping hand to women who are struggling to cope with the stresses and pace of the modern world and how it relates to being a wife and mother.

In February 2020, filming of the fourth movie in the "Matrix" franchise began in Berlin, Germany. Carrie-Ann is reprising her role as Trinity and Keanu Reeves is reprising his role as Neo. Priyanka Chopra and Jonathan Groff join the cast for the Wachowski sisters directed film.

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Personal Life

Carrie-Anne Moss married fellow actor Steven Roy in 1999. The couple has three children, two sons, and a daughter. Roy is American. She has an older brother named Brooke Moss. Her mother Barbara Moss appeared in the 2006 film "Fido" as Carrie-Anne's mother.

She's best friends actress Maria Bello. Moss is Bello's son Jack's godmother and Bello is Moss's oldest son's godmother.

Real Estate

Moss and her husband owned a house in Los Angeles on the corner of Crescent Heights Boulevard and Third Street in the 2000s. They sold the two-story home in the early 2000s for an undisclosed sum.

Moss and Roy owned a large warehouse in Ojai, California with kitchen and bathroom facilities where they hosted friends for barbeques and sleepovers in the early 2000s.

In 2006, Moss and Roy bought a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom, 3,500 square foot house in Pacific Palisades, California for $3.4 million. They sold it in 2014 for $4.195 million. The ranch-style home was built in the 1950s. It sold in just 21 days for $300,000 over asking price.

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