CHLOE GRACE MORETZ (Carrie White) began a career in entertainment at the tender age of five. She began in New York City as a national model in many print outlets and television commercials. At age six she moved with her family to Los Angeles where her career took a theatrical turn.
Quickly after moving to California, Chloe booked a recurring role on the CBS show "The Guardian" with Simon Baker. She had the fortune of being directed by Emilio Estevez for her very first theatrical outing. She immediately booked a lead role in Michael Bay's remake of The Amityville Horror for MGM opposite Ryan Reynolds and received critical acclaim for that role in which she was called upon to display a wide array of emotions.
Last year Moretz starred in Martin Scorsese's film, Hugo alongside Sir Ben Kingsley in a tale about a 12-year-old orphan who lives in the walls of a Paris train station in 1930. The film was nominated for 11 Oscars. She also starred in Tim Burton's Dark Shadows alongside Johnny Depp and in Hick, alongside Blake Lively.
Most recently Moretz reprised her role as Hit-Girl in the in the sequel Kick Ass 2. Moretz just finished filming her new role in the film Laggies, in which she stars alongside Kiera Knightly. She will also be seen in the upcoming film The Equalizer, starring Denzel Washington and Melissa Leo and as well as Dark Places, an adaptation of Gillian Flynn's 2009 best-selling thriller.
Past movie credits include action-packed film adaptation of Mark Millar's comic book Kick-Ass. Chloe plays the part of Hit-Girl, a ferocious potty-mouthed 11-year-old who fights crime by teaming up with her father, Big-Daddy, played by Nicolas Cage. She has also starred in movies such as Texas Killing Field, Let Me In, Diary of A Wimpy Kid, 500 Days of Summer, The Eye, and Big Momma's House 2.
On the small screen Chloe played a guest role on NBC's "30 Rock" with Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey and she can be seen throughout the 2nd season of the hit ABC series "Dirty Sexy Money" as Kiki George, where she shared screen with Peter Krause and Donald Sutherland.
In 2012, Chloe was the face of UNICEF's Trick-or-Treat campaign by encouraging children to redesign the classic orange collection box and enter the "Create-a-Character" Halloween contest.
She currently resides in Los Angeles.
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