Chloe Grace Moretz is an American-born model as well as an actress. Moretz was only seven years when she began her acting career. That was in 2005 when she played a role in The Amityville Horror. After that, she portrayed characters in (500) Days of Summer, Let Me In, The Poker House and Diary of the Wimpy Kid. In 2010, she had her breakthrough role of Hit-Girl in Kick. As and later the Kick-Ass 2 in 2013. Now let’s have a close look at Chloe Grace Moretz’s net worth in 2018.
Chloe Grace Moretz Early Life
Chloe Moretz was born in 1997 on 10th February to Teri and Moretz. Her mother’s and father’s careers are a nurse practitioner and plastic surgeon, respectively. Moretz was born in Atlanta, Georgia. However, she grew up in Cartersville, Georgia.
Chloe is the youngest in the family. Her four male siblings names are Trevor, Ethan, Brandon as well as Colin.
Her brother Trevor got a place in the Professional Performing Arts School. That was the beginning of Moretz interest in acting. She, her mother and Trevor left for New York City. They left Georgia in 2002. While there, Chloe would assist her brother read lines.
Currently, she resides in Studio City, Los Angeles. Moretz’s brothers Brandon and Trevor are HER business manager and acting coach, respectively.
Chloe Grace Moretz Career
Chloe’s debut acting and film roles in 2005 were in The Guardian as Violet and Heart of the Beholder as Molly, respectively. That same year, she appeared in The Amityville Horror.
In 2006, Moretz had roles in three different films namely Room 6 Big Mamma’s House 2 and Wicked Little Things. In the first one, she was Melissa. For the other two, she portrayed the character of Carne Fuller and Emma Tunny, respectively.
As far as 2007 is concerned, she acted as Sabrina in Hallowed Ground and voiced the character of Darby in Super Sleuth Christmas Movie. In 2008 was one of Chloe’s busiest year. She acted in not less than seven films. They include The Third Nail, The Poker House, The Eye, and Bolt.
Her other TV roles are Shorn Malty and Kiki George in Desperate Housewives and Dirty Sexy Money. She was an abused child called Cammie as one of the stars in The Poker House.
Chloe’s breakthrough role was in the 2010’s Kick-Ass as Hit-Girl. The following year she appeared in Texas Killing Fields, Hugo, and Hick. In Hugo, Moretz acted together with Ben Kingsley, Helen Mc Cory, As a Butterfield and Sacha. Also, she portrayed the character of Carolyn Stoddard in Dark Shadows. In that film, her role was that of a teenage girl who was very rebellious.
Her other appearances are in If I Stay, The Library, The 5th Wave as Cassie Sullivan, November Criminals as well as Brain on Fire. In 2016, she together with Zac Efron starred in Neighbors series. Another cast member was Rogan.
Chloe, Sheila Nevins, and Mike Birbiglia were judges of the Tribeca Film Festival’s Narrative Short Film Competition in April 2016. The following year, she starred in November criminals as well as I Love You, Daddy.
In addition to acting, Chloe is also a famous model.
In 2010, Moretz won 2 Scream Awards, An Empire Award, a Saturn Award for a Scream Award and 2 Young Artist Award for other awards. Others include 2 Teen Awards, 2 People’s Choice Awards, a Saturn Award and a Young Hollywood Award. Also, Women in Film Crystal Award, an MTV Movie Film Crystal Award, 4 MTV Movie Awards and 1st People Magazine Award.
Net Worth of Chloe Grace Moretz
Chloe Grace Moretz has an estimated net worth of about $12 million. Her primary source of income is her acting career. Moretz earns money by portraying various roles in the television series as well as films. Besides that, she is a model who has starred in several magazines. That explains her vast amassed wealth despite still being young. It is bound to rise as time goes by.
She is just 20 years, and Moretz has already caught the attention of the year. Chloe is not only an actor but also a model. Her breakthrough role was that of Hit-Girl in both Kick-Ass and Kick-Ass 2. Before and after the show, Chloe had and has appeared in the television series as well as films.