Carrie-Anne Moss Landed Honor at the 27th Annual Genie Awards
Sure it is a good start in going through the whole year of 2007 for Carrie-Anne Moss. The charming actress delightfully took home a prize as Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television held its Genie Awards Tuesday, February 13 at The Carlu in Toronto.
Moss nabbed Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role for her appearance in "Snow Cake", a dramatic feature directed by "Trauma" helmer Marc Evans. Her co-star Sigourney Weaver, who had received nomination in leading acting category, however, sadly failed to win as the honor went to Julie Le Breton of "The Rocket" instead.
Moss, hailed from British Columbia, Canada, made her first screen appearance in TV series "Dark Justice" before received vast prominence through her role as Trinity in "Matrix" trilogy. She next can be seen on the big screen with David Morse in DreamWorks' thriller drama "Disturbia" which sets to open April 13 this year.
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