Who is Jack Pratt?

American celebrity child Jack Pratt was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 25 August 2012, making Virgo his zodiac sign. He’s only known for being the son of famous American actor Christopher Michael ‘Chris’ Pratt and his former wife, American actress Anna Kay Faris.

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Life and parents

Even though Jack’s parents split in 2017 and divorced in the following year, they are still equally involved in his upbringing.

He was born nearly two months prematurely, and weighed only 4lbs (1.7kgs); his parents later revealed that they grew close to God after he became a healthy baby.

His father Chris married his second wife, American author Katherine Schwarzenegger on 8 June 2019; she gave birth to their first daughter Lyla in August 2020, and to their second daughter Eloise Christina Schwarzenegger Pratt in May 2022.

Height, eyes and wealth

Jack’s age is 10. He has brown eyes and blonde hair, is 4ft 8ins (1.4m) tall and weighs around 70lbs (32kgs).

Jack’s father Chris’ net worth’s been estimated at over $80 million as of July 2023, and his mother Anna’s at over $30 million.

Who is his mother Anna?

American actress Anna Kay Faris was born in Baltimore, Maryland USA on 29 November 1976, making Sagittarius her zodiac sign. She has 61 acting credits, and is perhaps still known best for portraying the main character Shelley Darlingson in the 2008 comedy movie “The House Bunny”, which also starred Colin Hanks and Emma Stone, and was directed by Fred Wolf. It follows Playboy Bunny Shelley who’s just been kicked out of the Playboy Mansion, and the film was nominated for two awards.

Anna was raised in Baltimore alongside her older brother Robert, by their mother Karen Faris who’s a special education teacher, and father Jack who’s a sociology professor; her brother Robert’s today a sociology professor at the University of California. The family moved to Edmonds, Washington State when Anna was six, as her father was invited to teach there.

She was also six when her parents enrolled her at acting school; Anna studied at Edmonds-Woodway High School, and was 14 when she made her debut film appearance, playing Liz in the 1991 drama “Deception: A Mother’s Secret”. Anna matriculated in 1995 and then enrolled at the University of Washington, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in English literature in 1999.

Anna only became famous following her portrayal of the lead character Cindy Campbell in the 2000 comedy “Scary Movie”, which also starred Jon Abrahams and Marlon Wayans, and was directed by Keenen Ivory Wayans. It follows a group of teenagers who are being stalked by a serial killer, and the movie won seven of its 13 award nominations. Some of Anna’s following notable performances were in the 2002 fantasy comedy movie “The Hot Chick”, the comedy film “Lost in Translation” and the comedy “Scary Movie 3” both in 2003.

She played Lashawn Malone in the 2005 romantic movie “Brokeback Mountain”, which starred Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal, and was directed by Ang Lee. It follows two shepherds who’ve fallen in love, and the film won 141 of its 274 award nominations, including three Oscar wins for Best Achievement in Directing, Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures and Best Writing, Adapted Screenplay. Some of Anna’s notable performances in the remainder of the 2000s were in the 2005 romantic comedy movie “Just Friends”, the 2007 comedy film “Smiley Face” and the 2009 science fiction comedy movie “Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel”.

She starred as Zoey in the critically acclaimed 2012 comedy movie “The Dictator”, which also starred Sacha Baron Cohen and was directed by Larry Charles. It follows the life of a dictator, and the movie won one of its two award nominations.

Some of Anna’s most recent movie roles have been in the 2017 animated adventure comedy “The Emoji Movie” (voice role), the 2018 romantic comedy “Overboard” and the 2022 comedy “The Estate”.

She’s won one of her 23 award nominations: a 2012 CinemaCon Award for Comedy Star of the Year.

Prior to meeting Chris, Anna was married to American actor Ben Indra from June 2004 through February 2008.

Who is Jack’s father Chris?

American actor Christopher Michael ‘Chris’ Pratt was born in Virginia, Minnesota USA on 21 June 1979, making Cancer his zodiac sign. He’s appeared in 69 movies and TV series, and is perhaps known best for starring as Peter Quill in the 2014 action adventure comedy movie “Guardians of the Galaxy”, which also starred Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel, and was directed by James Gunn; it follows several intergalactic criminals who’ve teamed up in an effort to stop a fanatical warrior from purging the universe, and the movie won 52 of its 155 award nominations, including two Oscar nominations for Best Special Visual Effects and Best Make Up & Hair. Chris has reprised his role in several other Marvel movies, including the 2017 “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”, the 2018 “Avengers: Infinity War” and the 2022 “Thor: Love and Thunder”.

Chris was raised in Virginia alongside his siblings Cully and Angie, by their parents Daniel Clifton Pratt and Kathy Pratt; Daniel worked in mining and remodeling houses and died from multiple sclerosis in 2014, while Kathy worked at a Safeway supermarket. The family moved to Lake Stevens, Washington State when Chris was seven, and he was mostly into wrestling and running track while growing up.

He studied at Lake Stevens High School, from which he matriculated in 1997; Chris then enrolled at community college, but dropped out halfway through, and worked as a stripper and a discount ticket salesman to financially support himself.

Chris’ debut film role was playing Devon in the 2000 short horror comedy “Cursed Part 3”, and the following year saw him make his debut TV series appearance, playing Nick Owens in the episode “Who Are You?” of the crime action “The Huntress”. He began attracting attention in 2005, when cast to play Brason in the comedy movie “Strangers with Candy”, which starred Amy Sedaris and Stephen Colbert, and was directed by Paul Dinello. It follows a 46 years old former convict who’s just enrolled at high school.

What also marked the 2000s for Chris was starring as Bright Abbott in all 89 episodes of the drama series “Everwood”, which also starred Gregory Smith and Treat Williams, and was created by Greg Berlanti. It follows the life of a widowed brain surgeon, the series aired from 2002 through 2006 and won three of its 38 award nominations.

The first half of the 2010s saw Chris appear in a couple of popular movies, such as the 2011 romantic comedy “Take Me Home Tonight”, the 2011 biographical sports drama “Moneyball” and the 2012 romantic comedy “The Five-Year Engagement”. From 2009 through 2015, he starred as Andy Dwyer in 116 episodes of the hit comedy series “Parks and Recreation”, which also starred Amy Poehler and Jim O’Heir, and was created by Michael Schur and Greg Daniels. It follows the lives of a group of an Indiana city’s public officials, and the series won 25 of its 180 award nominations.

Some of Chris’ most recent film roles have been in the 2022 action adventure comedy “The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special”, the 2023 animated adventure comedy “The Super Mario Bros. Movie” (lead voice role) and the 2023 action adventure comedy “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3”.

He’s won 18 of his 59 award nominations.

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