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Season 4 Angela Moss
Angela Moss
Species: Human
Allies: Elliot Alderson
Darlene Alderson
Oliver "Ollie" Parker
Lloyd Chong
Gideon Goddard
Shayla Nico
Antara Nayar
Mr. Robot
Enemies: Whiterose
Terry Colby
Phillip Price
Status: Deceased
Portrayed by: Portia Doubleday
I have an idea that will change the world. I know it sounds really stupid, but I know how to do it. I think it could actually work.

— Angela Moss

Angela Moss is a childhood friend of Elliot Alderson.

She was portrayed by Portia Doubleday.



Angela was born on February 27, 1988, in New Jersey to Phillip Price and Emily Moss, but Emily refused to be with Phillip, instead choosing to marry Donald Moss, who became her adopted father. She is an only child. Her mother died as a result of the Washington Township leak of 1993. In the aftermath, she became friends with Darlene and Elliot Alderson, with whom she shared a love for the book From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler. Angela fondly remembers wanting to be like Claudia Kincaid, the story's adventurous heroine. She also remembers the Aldersons subjecting her to their favorite movie, The Careful Massacre of the Bourgeoisie, every Halloween.

Angela attended college, for which she is thousands of dollars in debt. She was employed by Allsafe Cybersecurity as an account executive in charge of E-Corp's security contract. In late 2014, she recommended Elliot to her boss Gideon Goddard.

She has stated that she occasionally smokes weed with Elliot. At the start of 2015, she lives with her boyfriend Oliver Parker in New York City. She personally has a MacBook and uses OS X. She is an avid jogger.

Season 1[]

Angela has a birthday party at a bar in February. She is disappointed when Elliot doesn't show up. When fsociety attacks E-Corp's servers, she calls Elliot in the middle of the night to help Lloyd Chong, the engineer on call. The day after, Angela offers to smoke weed and watch Elliot's favorite movie, Back to the Future, but is surprised by the sight of a naked woman, Shayla Nico, in his bed. She is supportive of the relationship and leaves.

When E-Corp meets with Allsafe in the aftermath, Terry Colby blames her and has her removed from the account. She doesn't talk to Elliot for 3 weeks, telling him that she didn't need to be defended during the meeting. They hug, just as news is breaking of Colby's arrest. (“”)

The next day, Angela and Ollie are walking outside of E-Corp when they encounter Elliot. She is embarrassed when Ollie invites him on a double date, intimating that she told him about Shayla. Elliot abruptly leaves, claiming he has to take care of his dog Flipper at home, which is news to Angela. The couple then meet a man on the street selling mixtapes. Ollie takes one, claiming that he has been outside of their building for two weeks. Later the CD freezes his laptop, while Angela is in the bathroom, worried about Elliot's recent behavior. Angela lets Ollie go out for a drink with a friend, while he is actually leaving to cheat on her. Meanwhile, the webcam of the laptop is hacked by the mixtape seller, giving him a view of Angela preparing for a shower. (“eps1.1_ones-and-zer0es.mpeg”)

Later, Ollie and Angela attend a dinner at Gideon's apartment along with Lloyd, Elliot, and Shayla. Angela and Elliot share childhood memories, when news on TV breaks incriminating Colby in the Washington Township leak. Elliot leaves and Angela explains to the group that their parents died from the leak and that that is how they know each other. Angela chases after him, denying Ollie from following. Back at their apartment, Ollie is upset that she won't talk to him. He reveals that he is being blackmailed by the people who infected his computer, threatening to reveal his infidelity unless he infects Allsafe. Angela looks through the evidence of his cheating and realizes that the bank accounts of her and her father are now compromised. (“eps1.2_d3bug.mkv”)

Worrying about the dilemma, Angela goes to Elliot's apartment for help. Instead, she finds Shayla and accompanies her while walking Flipper. Angela is hesitant to take ecstasy, but does it to work through her problem. The two go to a bar later that night. In a back room, Shayla convinces her to worry about herself first before making out with her. The next morning, she sabotages Allsafe using Ollie's work ID and computer. (“eps1.3_da3m0ns.mp4”) After breaking up with Ollie, she moves back to her father's house in New Jersey. She discovers that he is deeply in debt from her mother's old medical bills. She goes for a jog at night, finding herself at a crossroads in her life. (“eps1.4_3xpl0its.wmv”)

In April, Angela meets with Antara Nayar in an attempt to reopen her toxic waste lawsuit against E-Corp, she tells her that it is impossible to win without testimony from someone on the inside. She asks Elliot for advice and he tells her to trust herself. At Colby's house, he turns her away. (“eps1.5_br4ve-trave1er.asf”) With her lawyer, she negotiates with Colby's lawyer for a meeting. They eventually agree to a private conversation without any lawyer. She speaks with Terry Colby, who is now under house arrest, and attempts to make a deal, she will lie and say she broke chain of custody with the .dat file that incriminated him, if in exchange, Colby will testify that E-Corp covered up the toxic waste leak in 1993. When he rudely dismisses her, she warns him of the life without respect, claiming firsthand experience. Gideon warns Angela that her plan will put Allsafe out of business. Colby agrees to her proposition and tells her of the circumstances of the day he and two other executives decided the Washington Township leak was to be covered up. (“eps1.6_v1ew-s0urce.flv”)

In early May, Angela attends a 7 AM ballet class with Darlene in NYC after taking 2 hours of NJ transit. They have a friendly conversation. Later that day, she tells Elliot about infecting Allsafe with the CD after he learns about it when he hacks Ollie. She confronts him on his aloneness, especially when she needed him when she was being blackmailed. They have a bit of an argument when Elliot refuses to talk, making her miss the days when they were close. (“eps1.7_wh1ter0se.m4v”)

The next day, Darlene calls and explains that Elliot has run away, although the pair can't find him at a museum, they search for him at Angela's and Elliot's hideout. Angela points out that he has been acting weird since she returned to the city and asks why they've been spending so much time together. When she doesn't get a clear answer, Angela leaves. When she returns home, her father says he saw Darlene around town. She finds her at the old Alderson house and they eventually find Elliot at his father's grave. She gives him a hug at the train station, as her friends return to NYC. When she goes home, Angela encounters Colby, who offers her a job and recommendation at E-Corp. (“eps1.8_m1rr0r1ng.qt”)

Three days after the Five/Nine Hack, Angela is working at E-Corp as an assistant. She is in the room when James Plofe, the EVP of Technology, kills himself during a televised interview. His blood gets on her heels as at the time she was approaching to calm him down. Price offers his condolences, giving her the rest of the day off and money to buy new heels. She later yells at a heels salesman after he insults her for working at E-Corp. At an E-Corp function for Mr. Plofe, Price expresses his interest in the young, ambitious Angela as he degrades Plofe before giving a speech. (“eps1.9_zer0-day.avi”)

Season 2[]

A month after the Five/Nine hack, Angela is working in the PR department for E-Corp. She is not liked by one co-worker and is effective in negotiating with TV networks looking to ask E-Corp questions. Angela appears content, now living in an expensive NY apartment, and ignores the lawsuit she was working on. She claims to feel valued at E-Corp and that her lawyer's suspicions are unfounded. Price invites her to dinner with two executives, Jim Chutney and Saul Weinsberg, only to reveal afterwards that they were the men in the room with Colby who covered up the 1993 leak. He gives her incriminating evidence on them and leaves.

Angela passes the information on to her lawyer, which leads to the two executives being arrested. Angela realizes Price is getting leverage on her and the settlement negotiations must be the reason. She confronts Price, having discovered the pattern through all the settlement drafts, the only one that hasn't changed is a refusal of third party inspections on the Washington Township plant. He rebuffs her theory, but she believes she is correct.

Darlene breaks into her apartment and asks for her help in hacking the FBI who have set up base at the E-Corp building. Angela meets with her ex-boyfriend Ollie at a bar. When he tries to talk about Gideon's murder and the CD at Allsafe, she discovers he is is recording her on his phone for the FBI. She leaves and decides to help Darlene.

At the new fsociety base, Angela begins studying how to hack under Mobley. Cisco brings equipment needed for the hack and Angela stares at him, likely recognizing him as the man who gave Ollie the infected CD. With Darlene and Mobley in her ear, Angela is able to do her part of the mission. However, there were some hiccups because of an FBI agent, who she flirted her way past, and Dominique DiPierro, the FBI agent leading the investigation into fsociety. Dominique immediately finds her suspicious, even more so when she learns the security footage has been deleted.

Dom knows Angela's history and is suspicious, but can't pin anything on her, even when the FBI is hacked. Angela confronts Darlene about Elliot and Darlene being fsociety members, something she knew from the masks originating in a movie she was forced to watch by them long ago. She settles the inspection provisions with the families of the lawsuit, to the disgust of her father, and uses that as leverage with Price to be reassigned to the Risk Management division. However, she goes too far at her first director's meeting by trying to get her hands on the Washington Township files.

On July 4, Angela goes to a bar on a date with a man named Andre later revealed to be working with Dom. She ignores her date, sings karaoke, is confronted by her father's friend Steve for working at E-Corp only to shame him for being a plumber while she is 27 years old and making more money, and at the end of the night she shows interest in an older man at the bar.

In August, Angela hacks Joseph Green at E-Corp using the Rubber Ducky given by Mobley to get incriminating evidence on the leak. She brings it to a nuclear testing official and is made to wait hours. When a supervisor attempts to lead her down a dim hallway, and asks her if she is from E-Corp, which she never stated, she leaves. At home, Dom knocks on the door and lets herself in. She tells Angela the gig is up and it's better to face the consequences, before leaving.

Angela frantically texts Elliot, who has her in his phone as Claudia Kincaid, to meet her. Meeting on the subway she is defeated, having to called her lawyer to admit her part in the FBI hack. She makes Elliot realize there are more gaps in his memory and warns him not to trust Mr. Robot. Elliot kisses her goodbye. A black man and a white woman approach Angela. They put her in the back of a van and drive through a tunnel, ignoring her pleas.

They take her to a suburban home, where the faces of family photos are covered. Angela is taken to a dimly lit room that is empty except for a fish tank with one fish and an office type setting. Two chairs sit on either side of a desk in the center of the room. A Hang in There cat poster is on the wall. On the desk is a copy of Lolita, a rotary dial telephone, and an old computer system.

A young girl who looks and is dressed like Angela enters the room and uses the computer to ask questions. Angela is hesitant, but participates when the girl shows wounds the people gave her. The questions include "Have you ever cried during sex?" "Have you ever fantasized about killing your father?" and "Are you a giraffe or a seagull?" At one point, the phone rings and the girl speaks with someone. The phone later rings and the girl gives it to Angela. A computer voice tells her she's in a dark room with a torch and a match. She says she lights the torch. The voice says there is a door. She says she opens it. The knob won't turn. After some frustration, Angela recalls a prior question and looks at the book and opens the door with a key. The girl finishes the questions and leaves the room.

4 hours later, the fish tank which was leaking which has lost its water, killing the fish. The Whiterose enters and starts smoking a cigarette. She tells Angela she was testing Angela's value of time. The girl, whose wounds were fake, was used to test her empathy and gullibility. The Whiterose explains that she wants to know why Price is so interested in Angela and why she keeps popping up in her plans when she should have died 90 days ago. She links herself to Washington Township, in that the leak made Elliot and Angela who they are. The Whiterose says their parents didn't die in vain, but in the pursuit of advancing the human race.

Later that night, Angela is driven to Antara Nayar's house. She tells her lawyer to stop calling her, while Nayar is suspicious about her behavior and the car. Angela leaves.

The next night, Angela receives a call from Tyrell, as she is now working for the Dark Army. She learns Elliot has been shot and leaves so that she will be the first one he sees. They both agree that they love Elliot, as Tyrell is upset. At the same moment, the city lights blackout.

Season 3[]

Six days later, Elliot wakes up in her apartment in darkness, having been delivered there the day before. She says the men he was working with brought him, but she only recognized Tyrell Wellick. As he gets up to call 911, she informs him a man came to her apartment threatening to kill her. Elliot hangs up. He insists on going out to stop Tyrell from blowing up a building, to which Angela cautions him that the plan may not even still be on. He asks for a shirt and she gives him a Josh Groban sweater.

Elliot returns later that night in the rain. He asks for a job at E-Corp and she says she'll try. Being the person who knows him best and the only one he can trust, Elliot asks her to keep an eye on him because she can tell the difference between his personalities. He kisses her. She pushes him away, explaining their previous kiss was a mistake. Angela beings suggesting that there is a way to undo everything that has happened: 5/9, their parents' death, back to the beginning. She asks him what he would sacrifice. When confronted with the impossibility, she decides to go to bed and asks him to stay the night, as it has been a rough couple of months.

Angela wakes up suddenly in the middle of the night. She brings a candle into the living room and finds Mr. Robot standing by the window. She takes a closer look and determines who it is. She must get dressed before they go. She asks if Elliot is convinced Stage 2 is over, she says it's taken care of. When he proposes they pick up Darlene to include her, she says no, that Darlene helped Elliot close the backdoor. As Mr. Robot becomes angry, she calmly says they can redirect Elliot's persistent energy. Getting a text, she prepares a bag in case Elliot wakes up. Mr. Robot asks how she can tell the difference, to which she answers that he never tries to look away.

The two arrive at a cellar where Otto Irving awaits. He asks her what changed Elliot's mind. She claims it was his fresh bullet wound. Irving wonders why Elliot didn't seem to recognize him earlier. Angela reminds him that she was brought in to manage him. Irving reminds her of Whiterose's punctuality and wonders if the smoking "Elliot" is ready. The three enter another room where Tyrell is waiting. After Tyrell and "Elliot" talk, they go to work on a computer as Angela watches Tyrell watch Mr. Robot.

Later, Angela and Mr. Robot ride the bus after he established access into E-Corp's network. He asks her motivations, but she refuses to talk to him like Elliot, as they are not friends. He insists that he needs to trust her and accuses her of lying to Elliot. She says she isn't as she is talking right to him. She merely is finishing what he started, guiding him as they both do. Angela recounts how Evil Corp killed her mother and that her desire for justice would never be met against the untouchable conglomerate. Even Mr. Robot's plan won't win, but the Whiterose introduced her to a way to undo all the damage and rebirth a new world. The streetlights turn on and the city regains power. (“eps3.0_power-saver-mode.h”)

Season 4[]

At the start of the first episode, Angela is shot and killed by the Dark Army after she announces her intentions to expose the Whiterose. When Elliot is unconscious from the explosion that happened at Washington Township Powerplant, he believes that he was transported to another world by the Whiterose's machine, and in this world Angela is still alive, and that they are both getting married. In this world, Phillip and Emily are still together. However, it turns out this was just a fantasy for Elliot and not another world as revealed by Mr. Robot and Angela was still dead.

Physical Appearance[]

Angela has platinum blonde hair that is always very straight, she often lets it down, otherwise she ties it in a very high ponytail, her hair is always impeccable as if she had just come from the hairdresser. She has large, slightly bulging blue eyes, a nose that is a bit trumpet-shaped and humped at the same time, and pouty lips. She often dresses in white and has a business woman look, her arms are never shown. Her build is normal, she is neither fat nor thin.


Angela, once known for her goodness and determination, had a close bond with her childhood friend Elliot and his sister Darlene. However, her life took a devastating turn when her mother died in the Washington Township Plant disaster caused by the powerful corporation E-Corp. This tragedy deeply affected Angela, leading to grief, anger, and a desire for revenge. Her innocent demeanor shifted towards a thirst for power, status, and justice. Angela blamed E-Corp for her mother's death, harboring resentment within her.

Angela transformed from the person Elliot believed her to be, becoming consumed by vengeance. She was once seen as the "good one" but her desire for justice overshadowed her morals. Angela grew jealous of Elliot's leadership in the revolution against E-Corp and developed a deep hatred for him. This hatred was fueled by her association with Whiterose, who manipulated her. Angela was willing to exploit Elliot's dissociative identity disorder (DID) and his alter ego, Mr. Robot, to further her agenda. Angela blamed Elliot for her own betrayal and cut him out of her life, driven by spite. She refused to face the consequences and adopted a victim mentality. Over time, her choices took a toll on her sanity. She isolated herself and met a tragic end, consumed by her demons. In contrast, Elliot's difficult past made him compassionate and selfless. He and his sister Darlene suffered abuse from their parents. Despite his own struggles and desire for normalcy, Elliot cared deeply for others.

Elliot faced mental challenges but still took responsibility for himself and others, going to great lengths for the greater good. Despite his struggles, he remained determined to make a positive impact. On the other hand, Angela gave in to her inner darkness, while Elliot fought against his demons. He sought redemption, forgiveness, and the truth, acknowledging the consequences of his choices. Angela and Elliot's paths diverged, showing the difference between vengeance and self-destruction versus empathy and personal growth. Their experiences highlight the power of choice and how our past shapes our future.


  • She is shown to be bisexual.


See also[]

Episodes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Season 1
Season 2
Season 3
Season 4