Despite being just 25, actress Chloe Grace Moretz has been a mainstay in both cinema and television. Moretz began acting in 2004 and has since been seen in series including “My Name Is Earl” and “Desperate Housewives” before breaking out with her performance in the 2009 romantic comedy “500 Days of Summer.” She rose to prominence with the release of 2010’s “Kick-Ass,” a spoof of superhero movies, and “Let Me In,” a remake of a classic film about a vampire. She most recently appeared in “Tom and Jerry,” a live-action/animation hybrid comedy, and “Mother/Android,” a Hulu science fiction film.
Unfortunately for Chloe Grace Moretz, the strains of being a kid celebrity have not been without their difficulties. Her thoughts on Hollywood have been silenced by producers, she has said, and she has been harassed by the public and famous people despite her youth. These days, she has to deal with the fact that she is the target of the Kardashians‘ criticism.
Chloe Grace Moretz reveals how the Family Guy meme made her ‘self-conscious’
Chloe Grace Moretz has discussed the challenges of growing up in the spotlight, including her treatment on the Fox cartoon series “Family Guy,” in a recent interview. You may read her comments below.
Moretz does not like having her body used as a punchline.
Chloe Grace Moretz discussed the impact of memes mocking her appearance on her self-image in an interview with Hunger. She singled out a photo of herself in which she is shown checking into a hotel with the delivery of pizza.
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The image was picked up by the “Family Guy” writers, who turned it into a running gag by drawing a caricature of Moretz with disproportionately big legs and a short torso. There were problems for Moretz as a result of the widespread dissemination of the “Family Guy” picture since she never got used to the idea that her body was the punchline.
Chloe Grace Moretz stated, “It was something so simple as coming into a hotel with leftovers,” and recalled thinking, “My body is being used as a joke and it’s something that I can’t alter about who I am, and it is being broadcast all over Instagram.”
The fact that apparently, no one else perceived the photo the way Moretz did just added to her problems. A friend of mine heard me talking about it and said, “Oh, shut the f**k up, that’s amusing.” Moretz remarked, concluding that it was harder for her to get over the problem since her worries were dismissed. She finally sought out counseling to assist her in going through these emotions.