'The Matrix': What Happened To Carrie-Anne Moss?
Leather outfits and futuristic actions moves featuring Carrie-Anne Moss? That can only mean The Matrix. But what is the former "Trinity" actress doing today? And what did the actress's life look like in recent years?
The Canadian actress, film producer and former model Carrie-Anne Moss (52) achieved worldwide fame with her role as "Trinity" in the 1999 science-fiction movie The Matrix. She also played the role alongside Keanu Reeves (54), AKA "Neo", in both sequels and went through all three movies in a striking leather look.
Carrie-Anne Moss first studied acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles, afterwards she had roles in smaller movies. The first part of the Matrix movie franchise was the big breakthrough for the actress.
Carrie-Anne Moss: Her life after The Matrix
After the success of the science-fiction franchise, Carrie-Anne played leading and supporting roles in movies like Memento, Red Planet, Suspect Zero and Snow Cake. Most recently, she had parts on TV shows like Marvel's Jessica Jones as "Jeri Hogarth" and in the Marvel series Iron Fist, The Defenders and Daredevil.
Matrix 4: Carrie-Anne Moss is returning as "Trinity"
Soon enough, Carrie-Anne will be back on the screen again as "Trinity". It was announced in August 2019 that a fourth Matrix movie is in the works. In addition to Carrie-Anne Moss, Keanu Reeves will also return as "Neo", with Lana Wachoswki directing the movie.
In her private life, things are also going well for Carrie-Anne Moss. The Canadian has been married to Steven Roy, also an actor, since 1999. The couple have two sons and a daughter.