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The Matrix Actors - Before and After 2018
The Matrix 1999, The Matrix Reloaded 2003 & The Matrix Revolutions 2003:
1. Keanu Reeves (Neo) 00:06
2. Carrie-Anne Moss (Trinity) 00:13
3. Laurence Fishburne (Morpheus) 00:21
4. Hugo Weaving (Agent Smith) 00:29
5. Monica Bellucci (Persephone) 00:36
6. Lambert Wilson (Merovingian) 00:44
7. Gloria Foster & Mary Alice (Oracle) 00:51
8. Collin Chou (Seraph) 00:58
9. Jada Pinkett Smith (Niobe) 01:06
10. Helmut Bakaitis (The Architect) 01:13
11. Paul Goddard (Agent Brown) 01:21
12. Robert Taylor (Agent Jones) 01:28
13. Marcus Chong (Tank) 01:36
14. Joe Pantoliano (Cypher) 01:43
15. Daniel Bernhardt (Agent Johnson) 01:50
16. David Kilde (Agent Jackson) 01:58
17. Matt McColm (Agent Thompson) 02:05
18. Neil Rayment & Adrian Rayment (Twins) 02:12
19. Randall Duk Kim (The Keymaker) 02:20
20. Harold Perrineau (Link) 02:27
21. Nona Gaye (Zee) 02:35
22. Gina Torres (Cas) 02:42
23. David Roberts (Roland) 02:49
24. Harry J. Lennix (Commander Lock) 02:57
25. Nathaniel Lees (Mifune) 03:04
26. Bernard White (Rama-Kandra) 03:12
27. Bruce Spence (Trainman) 03:19
28. Anthony Zerbe (Councillor Hamann) 03:26
29. Cornel West (Councillor West) 03:34
30. Robyn Nevin (Councillor Dillard) 03:41
31. Ian Bliss (Bane) 03:49
32. Clayton Watson (Kid) 03:56
33. Belinda McClory (Switch) 04:04
34. Anthony Ray Parker (Dozer) 04:11
35. Julian Arahanga (Apoc) 04:18
36. Matt Doran (Mouse) 04:26
37. Rowan Witt (Spoon Boy) 04:33
38. Steve Bastoni (Soren) 04:41
39. Roy Jones Jr. (Ballard) 04:48
40. Anthony Wong (Ghost) 04:55
41. Christine Anu (Kali) 05:03
42. Frankie Stevens (Tirant) 05:10
43. Shane C. Rodrigo (Ajax) 05:17
44. Rachel Blackman (Charra) 05:25
45. Essie Davis (Maggie) 05:32
46. Genevieve O'Reilly (Officer Wirtz) 05:40
47. Christopher Kirby (Mauser) 05:47
48. Leigh Whannell (Axel) 05:54
49. Marc Gray (Choi) & Ada Nicodemou (Dujour [White Rabbit Girl]) 06:02
50. Lilly & Lana Wachowski 06:09

The Matrix is a 1999 science fiction action film written and directed by The Wachowskis, starring Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Hugo Weaving, and Joe Pantoliano.
The Matrix was first released in the United States on March 31, 1999, and grossed over $460 million worldwide. It was well-received by critics and won four Academy Awards, as well as other accolades, including BAFTA Awards and Saturn Awards. Reviewers praised The Matrix for its innovative visual effects, cinematography and entertainment value.
The film has since appeared in lists of the greatest science fiction films, and, in 2012, was added to the National Film Registry for preservation. The success of the film led to the release of two feature film sequels, both written and directed by the Wachowskis: The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions. The Matrix franchise was further expanded through the production of comic books, video games and animated short films, in which the Wachowsk...

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