Carrietta N. "Carrie" White is the main character in Stephen King's book Carrie. She is the daughter of Ralph White and Margaret White (neé Brigman), and a student at Ewen Consolidated High School in Chamberlain, Maine.
In the 1976 movie adaption of the original book, she was portrayed by Sissy Spacek. In the 2002 TV movie adaption, she was portrayed by Angela Bettis. In the 2013 adaption film, she was portrayed by Chloë Grace Moretz.
Fictional character biography
Carrie was born on September 21, 1963. She lived with her widowed mother Margaret and suffered from her.
Part 1 - Blood Sport
Part 2 - Prom Night
Part 3 - Wreckage
In Part 3, it is revealed that Carrie died on May 28, 1979, right after her house's collapse, and Chamberlain has became a virtual ghost town four months later. The funeral never stopped during that time.
440 people died at the "Black Prom" incident, and most of them are students from Ewen High School. Scientists became interested in telekinetic powers and bullying stopped at schools across the nation. Ms. Desjardin quit her job. She felt guilty because she could not help end Carrie's suffering.
In 1986, Sue Snell wrote a memoir of her experience. She was sad about Carrie's tragedy, and warned readers not to forget the lessons they can learn from the disaster.
However, the horror appeared again years later before Sue's eyes in the 1990s, when Rachel Lang (the daughter of Ralph White and Barbara Lang and the half-sister of Carrie) used her telekenetic power to kill people...