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Chloë Grace Moretz - Biography, Profile, Facts, and Career
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Chloë Grace Moretz is an American actress who started her professional career at the age of six. Ever since then, she has been involved in a lot of acting projects that boost her name and popularity.

Career

Chloë Grace Moretz first entered the entertainment industry by showing up in two episodes of the TV series The Guardian in 2004.

She then acquired her first big-screen role in the movie Heart of the Beholder in 2005. That very year, she stowed another role in the movie The Amityville Horror.

After taking some little roles in a few different movies, she was chosen to play the Hit Girl in the action movie Kick-Ass in 2010, which turned out to be a huge hit.

Because of her rising fame as an entertainer and fashion icon, she is frequently welcome to major high fashion events like the Paris Fashion Week.

One of her big breakthroughs came in 2015 when she joined the cast of the hit movie The 5th Wave, which is an adaption of Rick Yancey’s smash hit novel of a similar name.

Besides movies, she also took on some small-screen projects including the TV series Desperate Housewives (2006), The Emperor’s New School (2006), and My Name Is Earl (2005).

She can also be found modeling for a few music videos, such as The Addams Family (2019) by Mike Tompkins and Our Deal (2011) by Best Coast.

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Profile

  • Real Name: Chloë Grace Moretz
  • Stage Name: Chloë Grace Moretz
  • Also Known as: –
  • Nickname: Chloë
  • Birthday: February 10, 1997
  • Birthplace: Atlanta, Georgia, United States
  • Zodiac Sign: Aquarius
  • Nationality: American
  • Height: 163 cm (5’4”)
  • Weight: –
  • Blood Type: –
  • Religion: Southern Baptism
  • Profession: Actress
  • Education: Laurel Springs School
  • Hobbies: Playing games, cooking
  • Parents: McCoy Lee Moretz (Father), Teri Duke Moretz (Mother)
  • Siblings: Trevor Duke Moretz (Brother), Kathleen Janette Moretz (Sister), Colin Moretz (Brother), Brandon Moretz (Brother), Ethan Moretz (Brother)
  • Boyfriends: Alex Roe (2015), Brooklyn Peltz Beckham (2014 – 2018), Cameron Fuller (2013 – 2014)
  • Facebook: –
  • Twitter: @ChloeGMoretz
  • Instagram: @chloegmoretz
  • TikTok: @chloegmoretz
  • YouTube: –

Facts

  • Chloë has a cheerful, fun-loving personality.
  • She has four elder brothers.
  • Her brother, Trevor Duke Moretz, is her acting coach, producer, and mentor.
  • Chloë is active in the campaigns that support the LGBTQ community and work against bullying.
  • She is very close to her family.
  • Her ex-boyfriend, Brooklyn Beckham, is the son of Victoria Beckham and David Beckham.
  • Chloë almost had a baby sister but she passed away after being born for two days.
  • She has several tattoos in tribute to her family.
  • Chloë has two pet dogs named Fuller and Missy.
  • She moved to New York in 2022 to study at Professional Performing Arts School.
  • Chloë first got drawn to acting because of her brother, Trevor Duke Moretz.
  • She is not afraid to address any issue.
  • Chloë is inspired by legendary actresses Grace Kelly, Natalie Wood, and Audrey Hepburn when it comes to acting.
  • She does not curse.
  • Chloë feels at home in New York.
  • She is a prankster.
  • Chloë identifies herself as a feminist.
  • She loves sports such as football, ice hockey basketball, and swimming.
  • Chloë admits to having trust issues.
  • She just wants to be good at her job and does not really care about fame.
  • Chloë enjoys watching movies Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961), Gone With the Wind (1939), and Black Swan (2010).
  • She wants to collaborate with famous actresses and actors such as Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, Johnny Depp, Denzel Washington, and Naomi Watts someday.
  • Chloë said she would like to be a writer, director, pilot, or producer if she was not an actress.
  • She almost had plastic surgery at sixteen.
  • Chloë is interested in politics.
  • She feels a little bit intimidated by actress Julianne Moore.
  • Her ideal type is…
  • Her net worth is around $12 million.

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Movies

  • Love Is a Gun (-), as Bonnie Parker
  • White Night (-), as…
  • Johnny’s Inferno (2023), as self
  • Nimona (2023), as Nimona
  • Mother/Android (2021), as Georgia
  • The Addams Family 2 (2021), as Wednesday Addams
  • Tom & Jerry (2021), as Kayla
  • Shadow in the Cloud (2020), as Maude Garrett
  • The Addams Family (2019), as Wednesday Addams
  • Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs (2019), as Snow White
  • Boston: On Location with ‘The Equalizer’ (2018), as self
  • Playing the Part: The Cast of ‘The Equalizer’ (2018), as self
  • Greta (2018), as Frances McCullen
  • Suspiria (2018), as Patricia
  • The Miseducation of Cameron Post (2018), as Cameron
  • This Changes Everything (2018), as self
  • November Criminals (2017), as Phoebe
  • I Love You, Daddy (2017), as China
  • Red Nose Day (2016), as self
  • Brain on Fire (2016), as Susannah Cahalan
  • Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (2016), as Shelby
  • The 5th Wave (2016), as Cassie Sullivan
  • Bringing ‘Dark Places’ to Light (2015), as self
  • Dark Places: About the Author: Gillian Flynn (2015), as self
  • Dark Places (2015), as Young Diondra
  • Denzel Washington: A Different Kind of Superhero (2014), as self
  • Equalizer Vision: Antoine Fuqua (2014), as self
  • Inside ‘the Equalizer’ (2014), as self
  • The Equalizer: Children of the Night (2014), as self
  • The Equalizer (2014), as Teri
  • Snackpocalypse (2014), as Trish
  • Carrie: The Power of Telekinesis (2014), as self
  • Creating ‘Carrie’ (2014), as self
  • If I Stay (2014), as Mia Hall
  • Clouds of Sils Maria (2014), as Jo-Ann Ellis
  • Muppets Most Wanted (2014), as Newspaper Girl
  • Laggies (2014), as Annika
  • The Tale of the Princess Kaguya (2014), as Kaguya Houraisan
  • Letters to Jackie: Remembering President Kennedy (2013), as self
  • Carrie (2013), as Carrie White
  • Girl Rising (2013), as Yasmin
  • Kick-Ass 2 (2013), as Mindy Macready
  • Movie 43 (2013), as Amanda
  • Aids 2015 (2012), as self
  • Dishonored (2012), as Lady Emily Kaldwin
  • Dark Shadows (2012), as Carolyn Stoddard
  • Scary Girl (2011), as Enid Krysinski
  • Hugo (2011), as Isabelle
  • Hick (2011), as Luli
  • Texas Killing Fields (2011), as Little Ann Sliger
  • Our Deal (2011), as Veronica
  • 14 Actors Acting (2010), as self
  • Let Me In (2010), as Abby
  • Kick-Ass: The Game (2010), as Hit-Girl
  • Super Duper Super Sleuths (2010), as Darby
  • Diary of a Wimpy Kid (2010), as Angie Steadman
  • Space Dogs (2010), as Belka
  • Kick-Ass (2010), as Mindy Macready
  • Jack and the Beanstalk (2009), as Damsel in Distress
  • Tigger & Pooh and a Musical Too (2009), as Darby
  • 500 Days of Summer (2009), as Rachel
  • Not Forgotten (2009), as Toby Bishop
  • Bolt (2008), as Young Penny
  • My Friends Tigger and Pooh: The Hundred Acre Wood Haunt (2008), as Darby
  • The Poker House (2008), as Cammie
  • My Friends Tigger & Pooh’s Friendly Tails (2008), as Darby
  • The Eye (2008), as Alicia
  • The Cure (2007), as Emily
  • The Third Nail (2007), as Hailey
  • Super Sleuth Christmas Movie (2007), as Darby
  • Hallowed Ground (2007), as Sabrina
  • Wicked Little Things (2006), as Emma Tunny
  • Room 6 (2006), as Melissa
  • Big Momma’s House 2 (2006), as Carrie
  • Heart of the Beholder (2005), as Molly
  • The Source of Evil (2005), as self
  • On Location: The Amityville Horror (2005), as self
  • Today You Die (2005), as St. Thomas Hospital Girl
  • The Amityville Horror (2005), as Chelsea Lutz
  • Family Plan (2005), as Young Charlie

TV Series

  • The Peripheral (Amazon Prime Video | 2022), as Flynne Fisher
  • AFI Movie Club (YouTube | 2021), as self
  • Gaslight (Starz | 2019), as Danny
  • BoJack Horseman (Netflix | 2019), as self
  • Bubble Guppies (Nickelodeon | 2016), as Darby
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Disney Channel | 2015), as Boodles
  • IMDb: What to Watch (YouTube | 2014), as self
  • American Dad! (TBS | 2013), as Honey
  • Shoot the Moon: The Making of ‘Hugo’ (GK Films | 2012), as self
  • The Cinemagician, Georges Méliès (GK Films | 2012), as self
  • The Mechanical Man at the Heart of ‘Hugo‘ (GK Films | 2012), as self
  • 30 Rock (NBC | 2011), as Kaylie Hooper
  • My Friends Tigger & Pooh (Disney Channel | 2007), as Darby
  • Dirty Sexy Money (ABC | 2007), as Kiki George
  • Desperate Housewives (ABC | 2006), as Sherri Maltby
  • The Emperor’s New School (Disney Channel | 2006), as Furi
  • My Name Is Earl (NBC | 2005), as Candy Stoker
  • The Guardian (CBS | 2004), as Violet

TV Shows

  • Hollywood on Set (YouTube | 2021), as a guest
  • Hollywood First Look Features (YouTube | 2021), as a guest
  • Hollywood Insider (YouTube | 2021), as a guest
  • The Drew Barrymore Show (CBS | 2021), as a guest
  • Tamron Hall (ABC | 2021), as a guest
  • The Morning Show (Apple TV+ | 2021), as a guest
  • Sidewalks Entertainment (YouTube | 2019), as a guest
  • The Kelly Clarkson Show (NBC | 2019), as a guest
  • GMA3: Strahan, Sara & Keke (ABC | 2019), as a guest
  • 2019 Vanity Fair Oscar Party (ABC | 2019), as a guest
  • 34th Film Independent Spirit Awards (YouTube | 2019), as a guest
  • Celebrity Watchlist (Fox | 2019), as a guest
  • Blue Peter (BBC | 2018), as a guest
  • The One Show (BBC One | 2018), as a guest
  • Today (Nine Network | 2018), as a guest
  • Celebrity Page (Reelz | 2018), as a guest
  • Entertainment Tonight Canada (Global Television Network | 2018), as a guest
  • Teen Choice 2018 (Nickelodeon | 2018), as a guest
  • Quotidien (TMC | 2018), as a guest
  • 29th Annual GLAAD Media Awards (YouTube | 2018), as a guest
  • Junketeers (Comedy Central | 2016), as a guest
  • The Late Late Show with James Corden (CBS | 2016), as a guest
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS | 2016), as a guest
  • Teen Choice Awards 2016 (Nickelodeon | 2016), as a guest
  • Watch What Happens: Live (Bravo | 2016), as a guest
  • The Talk (CBS | 2016), as a guest
  • C à vous (France 5 | 2016), as a guest
  • American Music Awards 2015 (ABC | 2015), as a guest
  • Teen Choice Awards 2015 (Nickelodeon | 2015), as a guest
  • We Got Married (MBC | 2015), as a guest
  • The Oscars (ABC | 2015), as the host
  • The 41st Annual People’s Choice Awards (Nickelodeon | 2015), as a guest
  • People Magazine Awards (NBC | 2014), as a guest
  • Días de cine (La 2 | 2014), as a guest
  • 2014 MTV Video Music Awards (MTV | 2014), as the host
  • Teen Choice Awards 2014 (Nickelodeon | 2014), as the host
  • 2014 Young Hollywood Awards (The CW | 2014), as a guest
  • MTVu Fandom Awards (MTV | 2014), as the host
  • 2014 MuchMusic Video Awards (Much | 2014), as the host
  • The Insider (CBS | 2014), as a guest
  • The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC | 2014), as a guest
  • Good Morning America (ABC | 2014), as a guest
  • Reel Junkie (NGTV | 2013), as a guest
  • Waratte iitomo! Zôkangô (Fuji TV | 2013), as a guest
  • ABC News Nightline (ABC | 2013), as a guest
  • Conan (TBS | 2013), as a guest
  • The Wendy Williams Show (BET | 2013), as a guest
  • Teen Choice Awards 2013 (Nickelodeon | 2013), as the host
  • 2013 Billboard Music Awards (NBC | 2013), as the host
  • Live with Kelly and Ryan (ABC | 2013), as a guest
  • 2013 MTV Movie Awards (MTV | 2013), as the host
  • The 39th Annual People’s Choice Awards (Nickelodeon | 2013), as the host
  • Entertainment Tonight (YouTube | 2013), as a guest
  • Access Hollywood (YouTube | 2012), as a guest
  • Janela Indiscreta (RTP | 2012), as a guest
  • The 36th Annual Women in Film Crystal & Lucy Awards (WIF | 2012), as a guest
  • Punk’d (MTV | 2012), as a guest
  • IC Places Hollywood (Envison Media Partners | 2012), as a guest
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC | 2012), as a guest
  • Late Show with David Letterman (CBS | 2012), as a guest
  • Behind the Seams: The 14th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards Special (WFC | 2012), as a guest
  • 17th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards (VH1 | 2012), as a guest
  • The 38th Annual People’s Choice Awards (Nickelodeon | 2012), as a guest
  • Big Morning Buzz Live (VH1 | 2011), as a guest
  • Made in Hollywood (Syndication | 2011), as a guest
  • Chelsea Lately (E! | 2011), as a guest
  • Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC | 2011), as a guest
  • Scream Awards 2011 (Spike | 2011), as a guest
  • 2011 MTV Movie Awards (MTV | 2011), as a guest
  • The 2011 Comedy Awards (Channel 4 | 2011), as a guest
  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows T4 Premiere Special (Warner Bros | 2010), as a guest
  • Mark at the Movies (Paramount | 2010), as a guest
  • Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC | 2010), as a guest
  • Cinema 3 (ACMI | 2010), as a guest
  • Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (Syndication | 2010), as a guest
  • Boogie (YouTube | 2010), as a guest
  • Up Close with Carrie Keagan (VH1 | 2010), as a guest
  • The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC | 2010), as a guest
  • The Project (Network 10 | 2010), as a guest
  • Xposé (Virgin Media One | 2010), as a guest
  • Live from Studio Five (Channel 5 | 2010), as a guest
  • DP/30: Conversations About Movies (YouTube | 2007), as a guest
  • Extra (Fox | 2004), as a guest

Music Video Appearances

The Addams Family (2019) – Mike Tompkins
Our Deal (2011) – Best Coast
Ouch (2011) – Dionne Bromfield feat. Mz Bratt
Answer to Yourself (2010) – The Soft Pack

Awards

  • 2016 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Movie Actress: Comedy – Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising
  • 2015 People’s Choice Awards – Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress – Chloë Grace Moretz
  • 2015 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Movie Actress: Drama – If I Stay
  • 2014 Saturn Awards – Best Performance by a Younger Actor – Carrie
  • 2014 People Magazine Awards – Next Generation Star – Chloë Grace Moretz
  • 2014 Young Hollywood Awards – Fan Favorite Actor Female – Chloë Grace Moretz
  • 2013 Elle Style Award – Next Future Icon – Chloë Grace Moretz
  • 2013 MTV Movie & TV Awards – Biggest Teen Bad Kicking Ass – Kick-Ass 2
  • 2012 People’s Choice Awards – Favorite Movie Star Under 25 – Hugo
  • 2012 Women in Film Crystal + Lucy Awards – Face of the Future – Chloë Grace Moretz
  • 2011 Saturn Awards – Best Performance by a Younger Actor – Let Me In
  • 2011 Empire Awards – Best Newcomer – Kick-Ass
  • 2011 MTV Movie & TV Awards – Best Breakthrough Performance – Kick-Ass
  • 2011 MTV Movie & TV Awards – Best Hero – Kick-Ass
  • 2011 MTV Movie & TV Awards – Biggest Badass Star – Kick-Ass
  • 2011 Scream Awards – Best Horror Actress – Let Me In
  • 2011 Young Artist Award – Best Performance in a Feature Film – Diary of a Wimpy Kid
  • 2010 Scream Awards – Best Breakthrough Performance (Female) – Kick-Ass

Nominations

  • 2016 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy – The 5th Wave
  • 2015 Saturn Awards – Best Performance by a Younger Actor – The Equalizer
  • 2013 Saturn Awards – Best Performance by a Younger Actor – Dark Shadows
  • 2012 Saturn Awards – Best Performance by a Younger Actor – Hugo
  • 2011 Young Artist Award – Best Leading Young Actress in a Feature Film – Kick-Ass
  • 2011 Young Artist Award – Best Performance in a Feature Film – Let Me In
  • 2011 Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards – Best Young Actress – Let Me In
  • 2011 MTV Movie & TV Awards – Best Fight – Kick-Ass
  • 2010 Scream Awards – Best Fantasy Actress – Kick-Ass
  • 2010 Scream Awards – Best Superhero – Kick-Ass
  • 2010 Young Artist Award – Best Performance in a Feature Film (Supporting Actress) – 500 Days of Summer
  • 2010 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Movie: Female Breakout – Kick-Ass
  • 2008 Young Artist Award – Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role – My Friends Tigger & Pooh
  • 2008 Young Artist Award – Best Performance in a TV Series (Recurring Young Actress) – Dirty Sexy Money
  • 2007 Young Artist Award – Best Performance in a Feature Film (Young Actress Age Ten or Younger) – Big Momma’s House 2
  • 2007 Young Artist Award – Best Performance in a TV Series (Guest Starring Young Actress) – Desperate Housewives
  • 2006 Young Artist Award – Best Performance in a Feature Film (Young Actress Age Ten or Younger) – The Amityville Horror

Quotes

“I hate when things are sugar-coated. I’d rather have the ugliest truth than the best lie.”

“I love getting told no ’cause then I fight even more.”

“Everyone around me is so strict about keeping me grounded.”

Chloë Grace Moretz is considered one of the humblest actresses in Hollywood. Despite her high popularity and long experience, she is still open to learning and improving her skills.

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