CHLOE GRACE MORETZ (Patricia) has been captivating audiences since she was 5
years old, when she was cast in a lead role in the remake of The Amityville
Horror produced by Michael Bay. She has appeared in nearly 30 films since then,
working with some of the industry's elite filmmakers and gaining accolades along
the way. Her breakout role as Hit Girl in Matthew Vaughn's cult classic film
Kick-Ass was followed by a starring role in Matt Reeves' remake Let Me In, which
landed her on Time's prestigious "Top 10 Performances of the Year" list, as well
as The New York Times' "Best Performances of 2010" list. Moretz also received a
2014 People magazine award for Next Generation Star, for her prolific work in
television and film.
Moretz can currently be seen in the title role in the drama The Miseducation of
Cameron Post, which premiered at Sundance 2018 and won the Grand Jury Prize.
Moretz will next be seen in Neil Jordan's thriller Greta, opposite Isabelle
Previously, Moretz starred opposite Ansel Elgort in Sacha Gervasi's November
Criminals, an adaptation of Sam Munson's novel of the same name. She also
appeared in Gerard Barrett's Brain on Fire, alongside Tyler Perry, Carrie-Anne
Moss and Richard Armitage.
Moretz's other film credits include Nicholas Stoller's Neighbors 2: Sorority
Rising, opposite Zac Efron, Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne; The 5th Wave, an
adaptation of Rick Yancey's novel; If I Stay, which won a 2015 People's Choice
Award for Favorite Dramatic Movie; Oliver Assayas' Clouds of Sils Maria,
alongside Juliette Binoche; The Equalizer, opposite Denzel Washington; the
independent film Laggies, with Keira Knightley and Sam Rockwell; horror remake
Carrie, alongside Julianne Moore; sequel Kick-Ass 2, reprising her iconic role
as Hit Girl; Martin Scorsese's Hugo, opposite Sir Ben Kingsley; and Tim Burton's
Dark Shadows, alongside Johnny Depp and Michelle Pfeiffer. Moretz also lent her
voice to The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, which received a 2015 Academy Award
nomination for Best Animated Feature Film of the Year.
On the small screen, Moretz also guest-starred on the award-winning TV series
"30 Rock," appearing in multiple episodes as spoiled rich girl Kaylie Hooper.
She made her theatrical debut in Scott Z. Burns' Off Broadway play "The
Library," directed by Steven Soderbergh.
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