Carrie-Anne Moss Actress
Carrie-Anne Moss is a Canadian film and television actress born in Burnaby, British Columbia on August 21, 1967 to Melvyn and Barabara Moss. She is best known for her portrayal of Trinity in The Matrix film trilogy. Moss played Ray Vecchio's love interest Irene Zuko (Juliet is Bleeding) on the Due South television series. She was nominated for a Gemini award for her performance in 1997.

Moss joined the Vancouver Children's Musical Theatre at eleven. She began working on television in 1989 and had recurring roles on the Dark Justice, Matrix, Models Inc. and F/X television series.

Moss had her major film break with The Matrix in 1999 and went on to play the hacker Trinity in the franchise's sequels The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions.

Other notable film roles include Memento for which she won an Independent Film Spirit award in 2002, Disturbia, Fido, Elephant Song and Snow Cake for which she won a Genie award in 2006.

Carrie-Anne Moss has been married to actor Steven Roy since 1999 with whom she has a daughter and two sons.