Like Dakota Fanning and Jodie Foster before her, pre-teen actress Chloë Grace Moretz won critical praise for her mature, assured performances in such films as "The Amityville Horror" (2005), "(50...
Feature film debut in the indie "Heart of the Beholder"
Reprised her role as Hit-Girl in "Kick-Ass 2"
Co-starred with Johnny Depp in Tim Burton's remake of the gothic soap opera "Dark Shadows"
Moved to Los Angeles, CA with family
Starred in the family comedy "Diary of a Wimpy Kid"
Starred as the title character in the horror remake "Carrie"
Breakout role as the younger and far wiser sister to Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s lovestruck dreamer in "(500) Days of Summer"
Cast in her first screen role with a two-episode arc on the CBS drama "The Guardian"
Starred in "Let Me In," a controversial remake of the 2008 Norwegian vampire film "Let the Right One In," as a young girl who befriends a lonely boy unaware that she is a centuries-old and voraciously hungry vampire
Starred as a precocious teenager in the indie drama "Hick"
Cast as Hit-Girl in "Kick-Ass," a live action film based on Mark Miller and John Romita Jr.’s comic book
Landed a featured role in crime drama "Texas Killing Fields"
Landed a featured role in the Martin Scorsese directed "Hugo"
Guest starred on NBC sitcom "30 Rock"
Co-starred opposite Ryan Reynolds and Melissa George in a remake of "The Amityville Horror"; she played the youngest daughter of a family who moves into a haunted house
Like Dakota Fanning and Jodie Foster before her, pre-teen actress Chloë Grace Moretz won critical praise for her mature, assured performances in such films as "The Amityville Horror" (2005), "(500) Days of Summer" (2008) and "Kick-Ass" (2010). While still not quite 10 years old, she was already landing roles on television series. The "Amityville" remake showed her capable of handling dark material, and she soon segued into more horror projects like "The Eye" (2008). Stints on "Dirty Sexy Money" (ABC, 2007-09) preceded her impressive turn in "(500) Days," which in turn led to her breakout performance as a foul-mouthed but lethal superhero in "Kick-Ass." The subsequent rush of major projects she became attached to signified that Moretz's star was on a meteoric rise.