June 24, 1994 (29)
Erin Moriarty is a American actress. Born and raised in New York City, Moriarty started her career in acting at a young age, attending the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute before landing her first role in the television series “One Life to Live.” She quickly caught the attention of industry insiders with her natural talent and ability to bring depth and nuance to her characters.
One of Moriarty’s most breakout roles was in the hit television series “Jessica Jones,” where she played the troubled and traumatized Trish Walker. Moriarty has also made a name for herself on the big screen, appearing in a number of critically acclaimed films. One of her most notable roles was in the 2016 film “Captain Fantastic,” where she played the daughter of Viggo Mortensen‘s character.
Erin Moriarty’s role as Annie January, also known as Starlight, in the Amazon Prime Video series “The Boys” has been one of her most prominent and critically acclaimed performances to date. In addition to Moriarty, “The Boys” features a talented ensemble cast that includes a number of other notable actors. Karl Urban stars as Billy Butcher, the leader of a vigilante group seeking to take down corrupt superheroes. Antony Starr plays Homelander, the sociopathic leader of the Seven. Jack Quaid portrays Hughie Campbell, a young man whose life is forever changed by a tragic event involving one of the Seven. Laz Alonso plays Marvin “Mother’s Milk” Milk, another member of Butcher’s vigilante team. And finally, Tomer Capone plays Frenchie, a skilled thief and weapons expert who joins Butcher’s group. Together, the cast of “The Boys” delivers a gripping and compelling narrative that has has been a hit for Amazon Prime.
In addition to her impressive body of work in film and television, Moriarty has also collaborated with a number of other artists and celebrities throughout her career. She has worked alongside some of the biggest names in the industry, including Jessica Chastain, Woody Harrelson, and Naomi Watts.