Watch: 12 Year-Old Chloë Grace Moretz’s Audition Tape for ‘Let Me In’

Today is actress Chloë Grace Moretz‘s 19th birthday. Moretz made her film debut in the 2005 remake of The Amityville Horror and has been knocking it out of the park ever since. Over the past 11 years she’s worked with Martin Scorsese, Tim Burton, Matthew Vaughn, and many other talented filmmakers, and is currently headlining The 5th Wave, which is now in theaters. In short, she’s already accomplished more than most actors twice her age.

Moretz displayed talent from an early age. For example, in this 13 minute audition tape for 2010’s Let Me In, 12 year-old Moretz portrays her mysterious vampire character with growing intensity.

Watch her audition video above!

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