Who is Chloe Grace Moretz’s Acting Coach?

Chloe Grace Moretz has to give her acting coach credit for her growing popularity, after starring in films like Dark Shadows, Hugo, and Kick-Ass.  She doesn’t have to go outside the family to express her gratitude—her brother is the one responsible.

Moretz insists her brother, Trevor, has helped her land parts alongside actors like Johnny Depp and Ben Kingsley.

WENN cited an InStyle interview where Moretz said, “My brother Trevor went to the Professional Performing Arts School in New York.  I was five or six at the time, and I would hear him practicing his monologues over and over, and I would recite them to my friends and family.  I begged my mom to take me to auditions, and my brother was like, ‘If you’re going to do this, let me show you what I know.’  I started getting booked, and eventually he became my full-time acting coach.  He travels everywhere with me.”

The 15-year-old can be seen in the upcoming Movie 43, which is set to be released in next January.

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