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Ever since she starred in the hugely successful Warner Bros. "Matrix” trilogy —"The Matrix,” "The Matrix Reloaded” and "The Matrix Revolutions” — CARRIE-ANNE MOSS (Julie) has become one of the most sought-after actresses in Hollywood. She was snapped up immediately by some of Hollywood's most prominent producers for their films, including: "The Crew,” in which she starred opposite Burt Reynolds and Richard Dreyfus in the Disney mobster comedy for producers Barry Sonnenfeld and Barry Josephson; "Red Planet,” in which she starred with Val Kilmer for Warner Bros. and producer Mark Canton; "Chocolat,” in which she co-starred opposite Juliette Binoche, Johnny Depp and Dame Judi Dench in Miramax's Oscar®-nominated film for director Lasse Hallström and producer David Brown; "Memento,” the critically acclaimed independent thriller in which she starred with Guy Pearce; and "Suspect Zero,” in which she also starred alongside Aaron Eckhart and Sir Ben Kingsley in the Cruise/Wagner-produced film for director E. Elias Merhige.

For her performance in "Memento,” Carrie-Anne received an Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female, and for her role in "Snow Cake” she earned a Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role.

Carrie-Anne's other recent projects include the ensemble independent feature film "The Chumscrubber,” with Ralph Fiennes, Rita Wilson and Glenn Close; "Mini's First Time,” opposite Alec Baldwin, Luke Wilson and Nikki Reed; and Marc Evans' touching drama "Snow Cake,” with Sigourney Weaver and Alan Rickman.

In 2007 audiences will also see Moss star in "Fido,” opposite Billy Connelly, Dylan Baker and Tim Blake Nelson for director Andrew Currie.

This spring, Carrie-Anne will film a starring role opposite Julia Roberts and Ryan Reynolds in "Fireflies in the Garden.”

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