Carrie-Anne Moss laid the foundations for her career when she joined the Vancouver Children's musical theater at the age of 11. Carrie-Anne Moss, who made her television debut in 1991 in the TV series “Dark Justice”, starred in different TV series and movies for five years. In 1996, she played the character of Special-Agent Louise Castle in the movie “Sabotage” and shared the lead role with action star Mark Dacascos.
The turning point in Carrie-Anne Moss' career was 1999. Carrie-Anne Moss, who appeared as Trinity in the movie “The Matrix”, was a perfect match with Keanu Reeves. Carrie-Anne Moss, who became a world-renowned name with this movie, starred in the movie “Memento” in 2000 and then in the movie “Red Planet”.
Carrie-Anne Moss reappeared as Trinity in the 2003 sequel “The Matrix Reloaded” and then in “The Matrix Revolutions” the same year. Carrie-Anne Moss, who starred with Shia LaBeouf in the movie “Disturbia” in 2007, also appeared with Samuel L. Jackson as Agent Helen Brody in the 2010 movie “Unthinkable”.
Carrie-Anne Moss, whom we watched as Jeri Hogarth in the TV series “Jessica Jones” and “Iron Fist”, also took her place in the cast of “The Matrix Resurrections”, the newest sequel of the series shot in 2021.