Chris Pratt was born on June 21, 1979 in Virginia, Minnesota, U.S.. He started his film career in the early 2000s, appearing in a short film and in an indie movie. Around the same time, he gained recognition among television viewers for playing Bright Abbott in Everwood (2002-2006). This was followed by playing a recurring role, Che Cook, in The O.C..
From 2009 to 2015, he rose to further prominence for his role as Andy Dwyer in the comedy series Parks and Recreation. On the big screen, he started off by playing small roles to mostly supporting roles such as in Bride Wars, Jennifer’s Body, Take Me Home Tonight, Moneyball, What’s Your Number?, Zero Dark Thirty, Delivery Man, and Her before landing the leading role in 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy, launching his career as a lead star. He has recently starred in 2015’s Jurassic World.
Has Chris Pratt had Plastic Surgery?
Despite being in the show business for several years, Pratt’s career only started to take off recently. Though he was already a known actor before Guardians of the Galaxy, it is only now that he’s gained a leading man status in Hollywood. Interestingly, his career is not the only one that is radically evolving. Fans would notice that Chris Pratt looks so different these days when compared to his younger years. Of course, there’s his weight loss. Parks and Recreation fans would know that he played the chubby Andy Dwyer, Leslie Knope’s assistant.
Apparently, the excessive weight loss towards a leaner body was for his role as the Star-Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy, hence the change of appearance. With his lead role in 2015’s Jurassic World, it is suffice to say that with his newfound fame, Pratt really needs to change the way he looks to justify his being a leading man in major Hollywood productions. But are these changes naturally achieved or did he take the plastic surgery route? Due to his “hotter” look, there are speculations that the actor may have gone under the knife. These rumors, however, have no basis and the actor himself chose to ignore them.