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Chris Pratt Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jun 21, 1979
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Born June 21, 1979, native Minnesotan actor Chris Pratt scored his first big break on television as the troubled physician's son Bright Abbott on the WB series drama [[Feature~V273657~Everwood~everwood[tvseries]]], opposite [[Performer~P76576~Treat Williams~treatwilliams]] and others, and segued into film with a prominent role in the biting satire [[Feature~V275673~Strangers with Candy~strangerswithcandy[tvseries]]] (2005) alongside [[Performer~P347556~Amy Sedaris~amysedaris]] and [[Performer~P304938~Stephen Colbert~stephencolbert]]. Successive features included [[Feature~V414474~Deep in the Valley~deepinthevalley]] (2008), [[Feature~V432064~Wanted~wanted]] (2008), and [[Feature~V426717~Bride Wars~bridewars]] (2009) (as the ineffectual fiancé of [[Performer~P292630~Anne Hathaway~annehathaway]]). In 2009, Pratt joined the NBC sitcom Parks & Recreation as a guest star, but his turn as the dim-witted Andy Dwyer was so well-received that he was promoted to series regular for season 2. While on the show, Pratt also juggled some major movie roles, co-starring with Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill as baseball player Scott Hatteberg in the blockbuster Moneyball (2011) and appearing as a Navy SEAL in 2012's controversial Zero Dark Thirty. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi