Carrie-Anne Moss in a nutshell
Canadian actress Carrie-Anne Moss was born in 1967. She made her debut on television and later rose to international prominence for her role of Trinity in 'The Matrix trilogy' (1999–2003). She has also appeared in films like 'Memento' (2000), 'Red Planet' (2000), 'Chocolat' (2000), 'Fido' (2006), 'Snow Cake' (2006), 'Disturbia' (2007), 'Unthinkable' (2010), 'Silent Hill: Revelation' (2012), and 'Pompeii' (2014). Moss currently portrays the character of Jeri Hogarth in several series of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, mainly Jessica Jones (2015–present). Moss married American actor Steven Roy in 1999, and they have two sons and a daughter together. The family lives in Los Angeles and her net worth is estimated to be around $3 million.
Her husband Steven Roy
Steven Roy is also a Canadian actor who has been married to Carrie-Anne for almost two decades. The couple met in a Hollywood acting class and then started dating soon after they met Both of them consider their family as their top priority and amidst their busy careers, always make time out for their children. The Canadian couple live a private life so much is not known about their marriage or children. Moss loves it when her husband makes masala chai for her in the mornings as she recently revealed in an interview. Moss got pregnant two months after the production of a major breakthrough in her career with the film, 'Matrix.' Their first son Owen was born with actress Maria Bello as his godmother. Their son Jaden Roy was born in November of 2005. Moss revealed in an interview that she loves bed-time and in-the-dark conversations with her two boys. The couple's daughter Frances Beatrice Roy was born in 2009. Steven Roy was born in Canada. He is an actor and director, known for 'Shattered' (2007), 'Roswell' (1999) and 'The Guest House' (2003). He has been married to Carrie-Anne Moss since November 11, 1999. They have three children. Steven Roy has a sly and almost comical expression on his face that is perfect for comedic roles. Steven Roy has acted, directed, and written for many films. While he has notable work of his own, Roy is most recognizable as the long-standing husband of “The Matrix” fame actress Carrie-Anne Moss. Roy was born on July 23, 1966 and was raised in Canada, where he attended the Toronto Film School. Shortly after graduation, he began his work as an actor. Steven first met fellow actress Carrie-Ann Moss in 1999 at a Hollywood acting class. Like Steven, Moss had been acting on TV shows and looking to further her career. After dating for a few months, they soon got engaged and married each other that same year. Carrie went on to star as Trinity in 'The Matrix' trilogy, a role that would become her most iconic as it later had spin-offs and even video games that used her voice-acting. The couple regards their family to be the most important part of their lives, and have limited their career endeavors to ensure that they are always near their children. The net worth of Steven Roy is currently under review.
5 facts about Steven Roy's career
Steven Roy's career can be divided into 5 interesting phases: 1. Roy’s first role was on 'Viper' in 1996. Viper was a TV show about a detective turned crime-fighter that owned a Dodge Viper that could transform into a super car. He played the role of Mick Broussard on the episode 'Street Pirates,' which first aired November 25, 1996. 2. He then went on to his first feature film, a drama called 'Naked in the Cold Sun,' in 1997. 3. After 'Naked in the Cold Sun,' he appeared in multiple news stories over the years, usually in just one or two episodes per series. He appeared in popular shows such as '7th Heaven,' 'Angel' and 'Roswell.' 4. In 2002, Roy landed what was arguably his most popular role as the protagonist Charlie in the movie, 'The Mallory Effect.' 'In The Mallory Effect,' he played a teenage boy who gets dumped by his girlfriend, Mallory. In order to win her back, he secretly befriends her new boyfriend and attempts to sabotage their relationship through him. 5. He later starred in bigger movies like, 'With or Without You,' 'Kalamazoo? 2006,' and 'Shattered.' 'With or Without You' was the story about Lovers (Kristoffer Winters, Marisa Ryan) who face an unplanned pregnancy made worse by the woman's love for an abusive ex-boyfriend. Roy's film, 'Kalamazoo? 2006' was the story of three girlfriends who go back to Kalamazoo, Michigan for their 10 year high school reunion. In 2003, Roy debuted his own short film, “The Guest House,” which he wrote, directed, and starred in. 'The Guest House,' while not his most popular work, is most definitely his most iconic.
Steven Roy is the happiest when he is spending time with his beloved family. His wife, Carrie-Anne Moss considers him her best friend. Not much information about the couple is available on social media as they like to keep their lives as private as possible.