Born in Boston, Muretta Moss spent the majority of her childhood in Snellville, Georgia and the entertainment industry was the furthest thing from her mind. As she entered college and struggled to find her path in life, she asked herself one question: if I could do anything as a career, what would it be? For Moss, the answer was being an actress and this epiphany changed the course of her life forever. Moss’ first experience with acting came when she was cast as a sorority girl in the hit film Road Trip, which was filming at her college. Walking on set, she felt the movie magic around her and was immediately hooked. This experience in front of the camera became the catalyst for her to transfer schools and begin taking on-camera acting classes. It wasn’t long before she was making a name for herself in the Atlanta independent film community. Moss is also showcasing her talent as a writer. She teamed up with several friends to create and write the webseries Dyed, Highlighted, and Hopeful, which she also starred in. The query and witty show, which was featured on HelloGiggles, challenges all the traditional media tropes of women. Moss has also appeared in several short films. She wrote and starred in The Transition, a hilarious story about a woman who wants to transition from her current boyfriend to a new one without having to deal with the emotions of a breakup. Moss was also seen in the award-winning Peggy, which premiered at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival. In addition, she brought her talent to the role of Leah Appleton in the CBS’ The Inspectors. Moss landed her big break when she was cast as family matriarch Rita Loud in the upcoming original live action Holiday movie A Loud House Christmas, which is based on the Emmy Award-winning animated series. The story follows Lincoln Loud as he gears up for the ultimate Christmas, until he finds out that his sisters have plans to be elsewhere for the big day. Determined to remind his family that they all need to be together, Lincoln and his best friend Clyde McBride embark on a mission to preserve the family’s holiday traditions. She will also star as real estate agent Mary Margaret in the dark comedy Intersection, a passion project that Moss co-created, wrote, and starred in. The show explores the intersecting effects of gentrification and the lives of people living through it. It is currently being submitted to festivals. Moss is also adding to her repertoire by exploring new mediums launching a podcast called “Counter Parenting” about co-parenting from a step-parent’s perspective. It will feature interviews with people involved in all aspects of co-parenting, and offer listeners tools on how to live authentically while co-parenting on the sidelines. Outside of acting, Moss is passionate about voting rights and volunteers with Fair Fight Action during election cycles. In her spare time, she loves being in nature, gardening, bike riding and camping with her stepchildren, and thrift shopping. Moss currently resides in Atlanta.