Carrie Ann Moss was born in Vancouver, Canada on August 21, 1967, only a
few weeks and a few miles away from the birth of fellow-actress Pamela
Anderson. Named after the Hollies sixties hit song, "Carrie Anne,"
the young girl grew up intending to pursue acting from an early age. At
eleven, she appeared in her home town children's musical theater. After
high school, she moved east to Toronto where she worked as a waitress
and model before heading off to Europe to pursue the latter career. In
Spain she got her first acting role in the television series, "Dark
Justice" (1991) which was being shot in Barcelona. When the series
moved to Los Angeles, Carrie followed and there she enrolled in The
American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She appeared in numerous television
shows, including Street Justice, Baywatch, L.A. Law, and Forever Knight
Numerous minor roles followed in feature films, before finding a
recurring role for one year in the television series "F/X" (1996). It
was after this that she had her major break-through when she
successfully auditioned for what seemed to be a relatively unimportant
science-fiction film, "The Matrix." In her black latex catsuit and
sunglasses, she wowed the fans and critics in the role of "Trinity,"
ultimately winning a Golden State Award for Best Actress. After this,
Carrie Ann's services were in demand. She followed a year later with
"Memento," "Red Planet," and the oddly sensual film, "Chocolat." She
was automatically cast in The Matrix Sequels, the films eagerly awaited
by her fans, the only downside to the role being her tongue-in-cheek
complaint, "I cannot wear sunglasses. As soon as I put them on, people
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