• Steven Roy is a Canadian director, writer and actor born on 23 July 1966, known for his roles in "Roswell" and "The Matrix Resurrections".
• He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Acting for Film, TV & Theatre, and has over 15 acting credits to his name.
• He is married to Carrie-Anne Moss, whom he met while studying at Toronto Film School.
• The couple has three children and live in Canada.
• Steven's net worth is estimated to be over $1 million.
Who is Steven Roy?
A director, writer and actor, Steven Roy, was born under the zodiac sign of Leo on 23 July 1966, in Canada – he holds Canadian nationality and his ethnicity is White. He’s an actor with over 15 credits to his name, perhaps known best for his role as Steve in the series “Roswell”, while to the younger audience is possibly known for his role as Thomas’ Reflection in the 2021 movie “The Matrix Resurrections”.
Early life and education
Steven is a quite secretive person when it comes to his private life; he hasn’t shared information regarding his birthplace, parents, and childhood, nor spoken about having any siblings, thus his fans believe that he was raised an only child.
He attended a local high school, and upon matriculating in 1984, enrolled at Toronto Film School, from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Acting for Film, TV & Theatre, in 1990.
In 1996, Steven made his acting debut in an episode of the TV series “Viper”, portraying Mick Broussard, followed by his first appearance on the big screen in the 1997 movie “Naked in the Cold Sun”, and a year later, he had a guest role in the series “7th Heaven” acting alongside Jessica Biel, Stephen Collins and Catherine Hicks in this popular family comedy drama, which had 57 award nominations, including for a Primetime Emmy, and won 24.
In the following years, Steven was seen in the movie “With or Without You”, and in series such as “JAG”, “Rescue 77” and “Roswell”, before he was cast to play Charlie in “The Mallory Effect”, starring alongside Sean Marble and Josie Maran in 2002.
In 2003, Steven wrote, produced, directed, and starred with Christopher Bello and Kristen Kerr in the short movie “The Guest House”, and then was seen playing support roles in the movies “Skin Walker”, “Confessions of an Action Star” and “Kalamazoo”, among others.
His last television appearance was in 2007, when cast to play Kyle in “Notes from the Underbelly”, and in the same year he portrayed Business Man in the movie “Shattered”, acting alongside Pierce Brosnan, Gerard Butler and Maria Bello.
Steven paused his acting career for over a decade, until in 2021 when he made an appearance in “The Matrix Resurrections”, starring his wife Carrie-Anne Moss, Keanu Reeves and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II.
Love life and marriage with Carrie-Anne Moss
As mentioned, Steven prefers to keep his private life away from the public eye, so there isn’t much known about his previous relationships before he met his future wife, Carrie-Anne Moss.
The two met while both studied at the Toronto Film School, and after a couple of years of dating, they married on 11 November 1999.
The couple has three children together, the eldest son Owen, born in September 2003, second son Jaden born in November 2005, while the youngest is daughter Frances Beatrice, was born in June 2009.
The family of five lives an apparently happy life in their home in Canada, where Steven and Carrie-Anne enjoy their love and raising their children.
Age, height, net worth
Steven’s age is 55, he has grey hair and a long, grey beard, and his eyes are dark brown; he weighs around 165lbs (75kgs) and is 5ft 10ins (1.8m) tall.
As of February 2022, his net worth has been estimated at over $1 million, while his wife is reputedly at $5 million.
Who is Carrie-Anne Moss?
Carrie-Anne Moss was born under the zodiac sign of Leo on 21 August 1967, in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada; she holds Canadian nationality and her ethnicity is of mixed English and German descent. She’s an actress with 80 credits to her name, perhaps still known best for her role as Trinity in the 1999 epic science-fiction movie “The Matrix”, also starring Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne. The movie had 51 award nominations and won 42, including four Oscars in 2000, for Best Film Editing, Best Sound, Best Effects – Sound Effects Editing, and Best Effects – Visual Effects.
Carrie-Ann was raised in Vancouver by her mother Barbara, while her brother Brooke lived with their father Melvyn, after their parents divorced. From an early age, Carrie-Ann had an interest in performing, thus at the age of 11, she joined the children’s theatre.
She attended Magee Secondary School, and upon matriculating in 1985, enrolled at the Toronto Film School from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Acting for Film, TV & Theatre, in 1988. Then in 1992 she attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, in Pasadena, California.
Carrie-Ann made her acting debut in 1989, in an episode of the series “Hitchhiker”, followed by her support and guest roles in various series, before she was cast to play Tara McDonald in “Dark Justice” in 1991.
Her first movie role was in the 1994 action crime thriller “Flashfire”, and in the following years, she mostly acted in the low-budget movies, before she was cast to play her most notable role as Trinity in “The Matrix” in 1999, which brought her the Empire Award Best Debut, and Csapnivalo Award Golden State Best Actress in a Leading Role, while she was nominated for Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Saturn Award Best Actress, and MTV Movie + TV Award Breakthrough Female Performance.
In the following years, Carrie-Ann was seen in “Memento”, “Red Planet”, and “Chocolat” before reprising her role as Trinity in “The Matrix Reloaded”, then “The Matrix Revolutions” in 2003.
The list of her roles is too long to enumerate, so we will mention some of her most notable, such as her portrayal of Amanda Andrews in the popular series “Crossing Lines”, and as Jeri Hogart in “Jessica Jones”, while her most recent television appearance was in “Tell Me a Story”, and in 2021 she reprised her role as Trinity in “The Matrix Resurrections” – the movie had 29 award nominations, including one for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Award Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects, and won one.
Speaking about Carrie-Ann’s personal life, she prefers to keep it a secret – she has no social media accounts, and there are only those run by her fans.
She’s 54 years old, with dark brown hair and green eyes; Carrie-Ann weighs around 132lbs (60kgs) and is 5ft 8ins (1.73m) tall with vital statistics of 34-26-36.