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Chloë Grace Moretz: Teenagers are annoying

Published 09/02/2013

Chloë Grace Moretz
Chloë Grace Moretz

Chloë Grace Moretz likes being around adults because she was raised never to be scared of them.

The 15-year-old actress has been in the industry since 2004 and is the youngest of five children. It means she has been surrounded by older people for most of her life and that is something she is very happy about.

"Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't, sometimes, yes, I get a little annoyed with people my own age," she told Love magazine. "This is part of my upbringing. My mom brought me up never to fear an adult, never be afraid of one, always look them in the eye. It's the way I was raised."

The young star loves acting and can't imagine doing anything else with her life. She will soon be seen in the remake of horror movie Carrie, in which she plays the lead role of a high school outsider with special powers.

Chloë is proud of the release, which famously sees her covered in fake blood during one sequence. Although having to spend hours washing off the substance - which she says had the consistency of "hoisin sauce and smelt... kind of sweet" – may not appeal to most girls her age, the actress wouldn't change a thing.

"Absolutely not," she replied, when asked if she ever feels like giving up acting. "I love my life. I love my family, I love my friends and I love my pets. I am very, very blessed. The future excites me sooooo much! I've got a lot more living to do."

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