WILL NEVER COM­PLAIN ABOUT LOS­ING PRI­VACY: CHRIS

Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) - City - - ENTERTAINMENT -

Ac­tor Chris Pratt (be­low) says that he has vowed that he will never com­plain about los­ing his pri­vacy due to star­dom.

“I have sort of made a vow to my­self that I won’t be caught com­plain­ing about it (los­ing pri­vacy). The real­ity of our life is slightly dif­fer­ent now. We have to plan things that we didn’t have to ear­lier; spon­tane­ity is out of the win­dow,” Pratt said.

Pratt is the main lead in two of the big­gest Hol­ly­wood fran­chises — Juras­sic World and Guardians of the Galaxy.

Pratt was a home­less man be­fore he rose to star­dom. He used to live in a Scooby-Doo van and worked at a seafood res­tau­rant in Hawaii in the late 1990s. It was at this res­tau­rant that he was dis­cov­ered by ac­tress Rae Dawn Chong, who then gave him his first film, Cursed Part 3, in 2000.

Pratt went on to do TV shows like The Huntress, The O.C., and Ever­wood, but rose to promi­nence as the chubby and easy-go­ing char­ac­ter named Andy Dwyer in Parks and Recre­ation.

His fil­mog­ra­phy in­cludes projects such as Bride Wars (2009), Money­ball (2011), Zero Dark Thirty (2012), Guardians Of The Galaxy (2014), The Mag­nif­i­cent Seven (2016), and Pas­sen­gers (2016).Pratt, who has been in the news due to his split from ac­tor Anna Faris af­ter eight years of mar­riage, says liv­ing un­der the spot­light is part and par­cel of showbiz.

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