Carla Carolina Moreira Diaz (São Paulo, 28 November 1990) is a Brazilian actress.
She began her career in 1992 with only two years old, doing television commercials where, overall, did about 80 commercials. In soap opera debuted in 1994 where she played Eliana, Éramos Seis, and in 1996 came to prominence as the sweet Tininha Colégio Brasil, both of SBT. In 1998 it became known nationally when acting in the second season of the novel Chiquititas Brasil as little Maria, where she stayed for three seasons, leaving in 1999.
In 2000 she moved to Rede Globo, where she joined the soap opera Laços de Família like sweet Raquel, but it was in 2001 that has established itself as an actress in O Clone incarnated where Khadija Rachid, daughter of the protagonist Jade (Giovanna Antonelli). In 2003 she played Angélica in the miniseries A Casa das Sete Mulheres, a small guerrilla daughter of one of the seven protagonists. In 2004 Carla was the presenter of the Best of the Year Award Austregésilo de Athayde, the Academia Brasileira de Letras. In the following years starred in the Sítio do Picapau Amarelo, as temperamental Cléo, and A Grande Família, as Beatriz.