Chris Evans - From a normal guy to the American superhero
Full name: Chris Evans
Date of birth: 13 June 1981
Place of birth: Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Chris Evans was born June 13, 1981, in Boston, Massachusetts, the son of a dentist and a dancer. When he was in high school, Evans grew up dreaming of pursuing the acting career and went to New York City to knit up the offices for casting and acting as an actor. After graduating from high school, Evans signed a contract with a representative company and began his adventure in Hollywood.
In 2000, he made his first appearance on a television series of CBS. After several small roles on low budget films, Evans began appearing on larger projects.
By the end of 2001, the name of Chris Evans was shining as a hot schoolboy in “Not Another Teen Movie”. With the height of 1m84 with handsome face "American standard" help him quickly become the lover in the dream of many girls.
In 2004, another opportunity came for Evans as he starred in the movie "The Perfect Score". Despite the failure at the box office, this is the beginning of the close relationship between Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson later.
In early 2005, Evans officially changed his life as Johnny Storm in Fantastic Four with Jessica Alba and Ioan Gruffudd. Johnny Storm - Human Torch of Chris Evans quickly won the hearts of fans, making him a Hollywood youngster, and helping him be recognized and remembered more.
Chris Evans's name has really risen to new heights when he accepts starring in Marvel's superhero series as Captain America. Accepting the role, in order to meet the image of a heroic American superhero, Chris Evans has undergone an extremely rigorous scientific diet and training process to get one. The body is beautiful and meets the standards of Captain America. But Chris Evans has been extremely successful with the Marvel series of six films that have made him one of Hollywood's top stars.
The films he has participated in:
- Opposite Sex
- Not Another Teen Movie
- Fierce People
- The Losers
- Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
- What's Your Number?
- Fantastic Four
- Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer
- Captain America: First Avenger
- The Avengers
- Captain America 2: Winter Soldier
- The Avenger: Age of Ultron
- Captain America: Civil War
- Avengers: Infinity Wars
In addition, Chris Evans has other interesting secrets as follows:
- He has refused to play Captain America
Evans has denied Marvel's superhero role three times before sticking with Captain America since 2011. He had to go to a psychiatrist to treat anxiety disorders, and fans would have to thank Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man) for persuading Evans to accept the role.
- He actively participates in charitable activities
Evans is one of Hollywood's most prolific volunteer activists, visiting Boston Children's Hospital, spending time with children, donating to Got Your 6 and Breast Cancer Care. The actor also participated in the Super Bowl to raise money for charities.
- He is very charming alongside Scarlett Johansson
Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson have collaborated on The Perfect Score (2004), The Nanny Diaries (2007), The Avengers (2012), Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Captain America: Civil War (2016) and the latest Avengers: Infinity War (2018).
- He has a strong history with the beauties
Chris Evans is a very handsome and talented man, so it's no surprise that his history (both reality and rumor) includes such hot faces as Kate Bosworth, Jessica Bie, Gisele Bundchen, Emily Rossum, Vida Guerra, Kristin Cavallari, Dianna Agron, Sandra Bullock, Alice Eve, Lily Collins and Jenny Slate.
- He loves his family
Chris Evans is very talkative with his mother and family members. Chris Evans also shared his family values that in his life, he has a deep relationship with his family, and he likes the stories of people putting their families in front of themselves. Unlike friends, the family is something you can’t choose, especially in LA. You will find friendship always challenged when touching each other's self. If something bad, you can stop being friends, but your family is always your family.
By: Scarlet Johnson