Chloe Grace Moretz is a young, talented actress who first made an impression on American audiences in 2006 when she was cast in a remake of The Amityville Horror. Chloe's portrayal of Chelsea Lutz opened up other avenues for her acting, and in 2011 she wound up being cast in the female lead of Martin Scorsese's award-winning film Hugo.
In 2013 she was chosen to fill Sissy Spacek's shoes when she nabbed the title role in the remake of Carrie.
Chloe Moretz's first onscreen experience came on the TV show "The Guardian". She appeared as the character of Violet for two episodes in 2004. A year later, the blonde teenager landed a guest spot on the popular show "My Name is Earl".
Chloe Grace Moretz got her first shot at movie stardom when she played the part of Molly in 2005's Heart of the Beholder. The drama film tells the story of a family who opened the first video cassette store in 1980.