Carrie-Anne Moss was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She began her career as a model and moved to Europe, modeling in Japan and in Spain. While working in Spain, she landed a regular role in the television series "Dark Justice," which was produced in Barcelona for its first season. Moss moved to Los Angeles the following year when the series switched locations.
In the six years since her acting career began, Moss has appeared in more than 60 hours of television as well as two television series prior to her present role in "The Matrix."
For her work in "Due South" in 1996, she was nominated for a Gemini Award for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Guest Role in a Dramatic Series. Her film credits include starring roles in "Sabotage" and "The Secret Life Of Algernon."
In addition to film and television, Moss recently appeared at the Hudson Theater in Los Angeles in "Outward Bound."