Chris Pratt is an American actor who rose to prominence with his list of hit films and television shows, including ‘Everwood’ (2002-06), ‘Parks and Recreation’ (2009-15), ‘The Lego Movie’ (2014), ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ (2014), its sequel ‘Guardian of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ (2017), ‘Jurassic World’ (2015), ‘The Magnificent Seven’ (2016), and ‘Passengers’ (2016). It hasn’t been an easy road for this Minnesota-born actor, whose early years in the industry were filled with struggle and failure before he could even get a whiff of success.
He made his acting debut in the short film ‘Cursed Part 3’ (2000). Over the last 17 years, he has a crafted a filmography for himself that would make most veteran actors green with envy. He is currently part of the Marvel Universe, the biggest and most lucrative franchise in the history of cinema, as Peter “Starlord” Quill. The two Guardians of the Galaxy films were top-grossing Chris Pratt movies at the box-office, earning $1.63 billion in aggregate. While ‘Parks and Recreation’s Andy Dwyer and ‘Passenger’s Jim Preston can be considered as some of his best roles, the universally-panned ‘Movie 43’ is the worst Chris Pratt film to date.