Chris Pratt Answers Questions, Is Loveable

You ever get the feeling that the stars of Parks & Recreation knowingly act like their characters? Nick Offerman seems to revel in the extreme masculinity hoisted upon to him. Chris Pratt, though far more capable than Andy, apes his characters wide-eyed, big ol’ lugness. In his interview with GQ, there are many quoteables that easily could be something Andy would say, well, if he was an actor who played a character like Andy on television. Mostly though, he comes off as humble mixed with Andy’s sense of wonder:

About playing a Navy SEAL in Zero Dark Thirty:

“I think like if you’d asked me or any of my family or friends as a kid, and said ‘Hey, Chris is going to be an actor when he grows up. What’s he going to do? He’s going to play a Navy SEAL, or he’s going to play a shoeshine guy who falls down on rollerblades?’ I think most people would probably pick the Navy SEAL. Actually, they probably would say, ‘No, Chris isn’t going to be an actor.’”

About marrying Anna Faris:

“Dude, totally. I married way out of my pay grade. I have no idea how that happened. She’s so goddamn funny and so good. She is a legit comedy powerhouse. But I’m not going to question it too much. I don’t know what it is, man. I guess chicks dig love handles or something.”


Chris Pratt Answers Questions, Is Loveable