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Chloë Grace Moretz

Actress

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Chloe Grace Moretz wowed audiences from the age of five when she played the lead role in the MGM remake of the film Amityville produced by Michael Bay. She has since appeared in nearly thirty films, in front of the camera of some of the best directors today, thus obtaining public and critical recognition.

The first role which makes her famous is that of the hit-girl of the cult film Kick-Ass by Matthew Vaughn, followed by the role in the remake of Matt Reeves, Let me enter, which earned her to appear on Time Magazine and the New York Times lists of the 10 Best Actresses of 2010. More recently, she starred in the sequel to the film by Nicholas Stoller, Our worst neighbors 2, alongside Zac Efron, Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne. The film received rave reviews and Chloe's performance was particularly noted. She also participates in the screen adaptation by Gerard Barrett of the novel by Susannah Cahalan Brain on Fire, alongside Tyler Perry, Carrie-Anne Moss, Richard Armitage, Jenny Slate and Thomas Mann, as well as in the adaptation by Sacha Gervasi of the novel by Sam Munson November Criminals.

Her next screen appearance will be in the highly anticipated Universal action movie, The Little Mermaid, whose release is scheduled for next year. She plays an important role in the adaptation by Sony of the novel by Rick Yancey The fifth wave, as well as in MGM's adaptation of Gayle Forman's novel If i staye. She tours with Olivier Assayas in Sils Maria alongside Juliette Binoche - film selected in Competition at the Cannes Film Festival -, in Equalizer facing Denzel Washington, or in the independent film Girls Only, opposite Keira Knightley and Sam Rockweel - film premiered at the Sundance Festival. Finally she finds time to lend her voice for the animated film too The Tale of Princess Kaguya, nominated for the Oscar for Best Animated Film in 2015.

Outside the big screen, Chloe Grace Moretz makes a promising start to the theater - particularly praised by The New York Times - in the play The Library by Scott Z. Burns directed off-Broadway by Oscar-winning filmmaker Steven Soderbergh. She agrees to become the face of the brand Coach for the spring 2016 campaign, as well as that of Coach Dreamers whose creative director, Stuart Vevers, says of her: "The Coach Dreamers are passionate, creative personalities with original talent and total freedom in the unexpected way of leading their lives. Chloe has this freedom of spirit, this spontaneity that makes her the perfect embodiment of the brand and its collection. "

In recent years, Chloe Grace Moretz has been named by Time Magazine as one of the 25 Young Talents of the Year 2014, she receives the People's Magazine Award for Next Generation Star for his roles in television and cinema, and won in 2015 the People's Choice Award of the Best Actress for her role in the film If i stay. She starred as Carrie White in the remake of the cult film Carrie, the vengeance, alongside Julianne Moore, and resumed her role as hit girl in the sequel to Kick Ass. She has also been the guest of many episodes of the sitcom 30 Rock, in the character of Kaylie Cooper. She played in Hugo Cabret by Martin Scorsese with Ben Kingsley - the film received 11 Oscar nominations - then in Dark Shadows by Tim Burton with Johnny Depp and Michelle Pfeiffer.

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