Chris Pratt Says His Days as a ‘Pet Fat Guy’ Are Behind Him

19 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Anna Faris, Chris Pratt Aim to Beat Her Biological Clock, Add More Kids to Their Family.

The actor says there have been times when he’s felt invisible: “I’ve had those moments where I was like the guy holding the purse at events and people just looked right through me,” he tells GQ in its June issue, which hits newsstands May 26. “And, you know, actors come up and just blatantly hit on my wife in front of me and don’t even look at me,” says Pratt, who is married to actress Anna Faris. “Happy boy, happy wife, happy life, porch swing,” Pratt captioned the photo of the Mom actress in a pink dress and their giggly 2½-year-old son sporting overalls. The tight-knit trio — and a few cats! — seem to be enjoying quality time together and have been posting pictures of their adventures on social media. And it’s not just his career that he’s taking more seriously, but also his physique. “I think outwardly I was having more fun,” Pratt says of when he was heavier. “I was more fun to be around, probably.

But capturing the perfect family photo hasn’t been so easy. “You can tell by our faces that I’ve been trying to take this felfie for awhile,” Faris, 38, joked Tuesday on Twitter. “I wish we didn’t have this biological clock. So while his superhero role gave him the opportunity to transform his body, he worried that he wouldn’t be as funny as he was during his Parks and Rec days. He cites a Bible passage in the caption of an Instagram post that features both Anna Faris and son Jack, enjoying the swing on their big front porch.

No one being like a super-confident dumb fat guy.’ So I started,” he explains to the magazine. “So I just got fatter,” he says, “and the laughs kept coming, and it was funnier and funnier. He also knows that his character on the sitcom had a certain realistic appeal to it. “I also understood that there was value to it—my comedic nature understood the irony of a super-happy fat sweaty guy who is completely confident and accepting of who he was. That’s fascinating to people,” he tells the publication. “I mean, I was never as big as Chris Farley, but you look at Chris Farley—that’s what made him so magical.

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