Beginning her acting career at age seven, American actress and model Chloe Grace Moretz came to fame for her role as Hit-Girl in action film Kick-Ass (2010), for which she received a Scream Award for Best Breakthrough Performance – Female (2010), three MTV Movie Awards for Best Breakthrough Performance, Best Hero and Best Fight (2011), and its sequel Kick-Ass 2 (2013), which earned her a MTV Movie Award for Biggest Teen Bad Kicking Ass. As of October 2014, she was listed in the Time magazine's the 25 Most Influential Teens of the year.
After her brother, Trevor, attended the Professional Performing Arts School in New York City in 2002, she gradually found a passion for acting when supporting her brother in reading scripts and receiving acting lessons from him. Later on, she participated in several auditions with the encourage from her family. Since 2010, Trever has become her acting coach and companion on trips and press dates as an alternative for her parents' absence.
Her parents are Teri Duke Moretz, a nurse, and McCoy Lee Moretz, a plastic surgeon. She has four older brothers named Brandon, Trevor, Colin, and Ethan.