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Chris Evans
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Evans in 2016
BornChristopher Robert Evans
(1981-06-13) June 13, 1981 (age 37)
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
EducationLincoln-Sudbury Regional High School
OccupationActor
Years active1997–present
RelativesScott Evans (brother)
Mike Capuano (uncle)

Christopher Robert Evans[1] (born June 13, 1981)[2] is an American actor. Evans is known for his superhero roles as the Marvel Comics characters Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Human Torch in Fantastic Four (2005) and its 2007 sequel.

Evans began his career on the 2000 television series Opposite Sex, and in addition to his work in superhero films, he has featured in such films as Not Another Teen Movie (2001), Sunshine (2007), Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010), Snowpiercer (2013), and Gifted (2017). In 2014, he made his directorial debut with the drama film Before We Go, in which he also starred.[3] Evans made his Broadway debut in a 2018 production of Lobby Hero.

Early life

Evans was born in Boston, Massachusetts,[4] and raised in the town of Sudbury.[5] His mother, Lisa (née Capuano), is an artistic director at the Concord Youth Theater,[6][7] and his father, G. Robert Evans III, is a dentist.[8]

He has two sisters, Carly and Shanna, and a younger brother, Scott.[8][9] Carly is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and a high school drama and English teacher at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School,[6][10] while Scott is an actor who was featured on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live. Their uncle, Mike Capuano, represents the same Massachusetts Congressional district formerly represented by Tip O'Neill.[11] His mother is of half Italian and half Irish ancestry, while his father is of half British and half German ancestry.[11][12][13] He and his siblings were raised Catholic.[12][13]

Evans graduated from Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School.[5] He moved to New York City and took classes at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute.[14]

Career

Evans's first credited appearance was in a short educational video titled Biodiversity: Wild About Life! in 1997.[15] In 1999, Evans was the model for "Tyler" in Hasbro's board game Mystery Date. The special edition of the game included an electronic phone, which Evans is shown speaking into on the game box.[16]

Evans at the Captain America: The Winter Soldier press conference

After filming wrapped on Not Another Teen Movie,[17] Evans landed lead roles in The Perfect Score and Cellular, and then starred in two independent films in Chicago: Dirk Wittenborn's Fierce People, playing the sinister Bryce, and London, playing a drug user with relationship problems.[18] He then played the superhero the Human Torch in the 2005 comic book adaptation Fantastic Four. Evans reprised the role in the 2007 sequel Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.[19] That year, he starred as engineer-turned-astronaut Mace in Danny Boyle's science-fiction film Sunshine.[20]

In 2008, Evans appeared in Street Kings, co-starring Keanu Reeves, and the Tennessee Williams screenplay adaptation The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond, co-starring Bryce Dallas Howard and Ellen Burstyn. The following year he appeared in the science-fiction thriller Push, with Dakota Fanning and Camilla Belle. Evans performed his own fight scenes, which took weeks to film, and was bruised during filming.[21] In 2010, he completed filming on co-directors Mark Kassen and Adam Kassen's Puncture in Houston, Texas. The film was selected to debut at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival as one of the Spotlight projects for the 10th anniversary of the festival.[22] Also that year, Evans appeared in Sylvain White's The Losers, an adaptation of the comic-book series from the DC Comics imprint Vertigo.[23] Evans then appeared in another comic-book adaptation, Edgar Wright's Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, where he portrayed Lucas Lee, one of Ramona Flowers' seven evil exes.[24]

In 2011, Evans played the Marvel Comics character Captain America in Captain America: The First Avenger, and starred in the film What's Your Number?, a romantic comedy co-starring Anna Faris.[25][26] There were initially scheduling conflicts, as both films were set to film in mid-2010.[27] Evans had signed on to appear in multiple films as Captain America, and first reprised the role in the 2012 film The Avengers.[25]

He next starred opposite Michael Shannon in The Iceman, replacing James Franco, who had dropped out.[28] Evans wore a long wig and grew out a beard for the role.[29] He starred in South Korean director Bong Joon-ho's English-language film Snowpiercer.[30]

Evans and Scarlett Johansson at a USO tour event in December 2016

In 2014, Evans starred in Captain America: The Winter Soldier.[31] He starred opposite Michelle Monaghan in the romantic comedy Playing It Cool.[32] His directorial debut, Before We Go,[33] debuted at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.[3] In 2015, he played Captain America again in Avengers: Age of Ultron, and reprised the role in the 2016 sequel Captain America: Civil War,[34][35] as well as in 2018's Avengers: Infinity War, and its upcoming 2019 sequel.[36]

Evans said in March 2014 that once his contract with Marvel is up, he might consider doing less acting so he could work more on directing.[37][33] In September 2015, he said that he would be willing to sign on for more films as Captain America after Infinity War if Marvel wanted to extend his contract.[38] However, he has since stated that he will leave the role after the fourth Avengers film.[39]

Evans starred in the family drama Gifted in 2017. He made his Broadway debut in Lobby Hero, directed by Trip Cullman, which opened in March 2018 at the Helen Hayes Theatre as a part of Second Stage Theatre's first Broadway season.[40][41]

In 2018, he will star as an Israeli Mossad agent in the thriller film The Red Sea Diving Resort.

Personal life

Evans is a fan of the New England Patriots and narrated America's Game: The Story of the 2014 New England Patriots.[42]

Although raised Catholic, he has expressed pantheistic views[13] and a great interest in the philosophies of Buddhism.[43]

Evans is a supporter of marriage equality. In 2012, he said “Are you kidding me? It’s insane that civil rights are being denied people in this day and age. It’s embarrassing, and it’s heartbreaking. It goes without saying that I’m completely in support of gay marriage. In 10 years we’ll be ashamed that this was an issue.” [44]

In 2017, Evans was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.[45]

While filming Gifted in 2015, Evans adopted a dog named Dodger from a local animal shelter the movie filmed at.[46]

Evans dated actress Jenny Slate for nine months until they broke up in early 2017.[47] They got back together in the fall of 2017, but Evans confirmed in March 2018 that they had separated once more.[48]

Filmography

Evans on the film set of Captain America: The Winter Soldier in 2013

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Biodiversity: Wild About Life! Rick Short film
2000 The Newcomers Judd
2001 Not Another Teen Movie Jake Wyler
2003 The Paper Boy Ben Harris Short film
2004 The Perfect Score Kyle
2004 Cellular Ryan
2005 Fierce People Bryce Langley
2005 Fantastic Four Johnny Storm / Human Torch
2005 London Syd
2007 TMNT Casey Jones Voice role
2007 Sunshine James Mace
2007 Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer Johnny Storm / Human Torch
2007 The Nanny Diaries Hayden "Harvard Hottie"
2007 Battle for Terra Stewart Stanton Voice role
2008 Street Kings Detective Paul Diskant
2008 The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond Jimmy Dobyne
2009 Push Nick Gant
2010 The Losers Jake Jensen
2010 Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Lucas Lee
2011 Puncture Michael David "Mike" Weiss
2011 Captain America: The First Avenger Steve Rogers / Captain America
2011 What's Your Number? Colin Shea
2012 The Avengers Steve Rogers / Captain America
2012 The Iceman Robert "Mr. Freezy" Pronge
2013 Snowpiercer Curtis Everett
2013 Thor: The Dark World Loki masquerading as Steve Rogers / Captain America Uncredited cameo[49]
2014 Captain America: The Winter Soldier Steve Rogers / Captain America
2014 Before We Go Nick Vaughan Also director and producer
2015 Avengers: Age of Ultron Steve Rogers / Captain America
2015 Ant-Man Steve Rogers / Captain America Uncredited post-credits scene cameo[50]
2015 Playing It Cool Me
2016 Captain America: Civil War Steve Rogers / Captain America
2017 Gifted Frank Adler
2017 Spider-Man: Homecoming Steve Rogers / Captain America Cameo[51]
2018 Avengers: Infinity War Steve Rogers / Captain America
2018 The Red Sea Diving Resort Ari Levinson In post-production
2019 Untitled Avengers film Steve Rogers / Captain America In post-production[52]
TBA Knives Out Filming

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Opposite Sex Cary Baston 8 episodes
2000 The Fugitive Zack Lardner Episode: "Guilt"
2001 Boston Public Neil Mavromates Episode: "Chapter Nine"
2002 Eastwick Adam Pilot
2003 Skin Brian Episode: "Pilot"
2008 Robot Chicken Various voices Episode: "Monstourage"

Theatre

Year Title Role Venue
2018 Lobby Hero[53] Bill Helen Hayes Theatre

Video games

Year Title Voice role
2005 Fantastic Four Johnny Storm / Human Torch
2011 Captain America: Super Soldier Steve Rogers / Captain America
2012 Discovered[54] Himself
2016 Lego Marvel's Avengers Steve Rogers / Captain America

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2005 MTV Movie Awards Best On-Screen Team Fantastic Four Nominated
2007 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actor: Action Adventure Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer Nominated
Choice Movie: Rumble Nominated
2011 Scream Awards Best Superhero Captain America: The First Avenger Won
Saturn Awards Best Actor Nominated
People's Choice Awards Favorite Movie Superhero Nominated
MTV Movie Awards MTV Movie Award for Best Hero Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer Movie Star: Male Nominated
2012 Choice Movie: Fight Nominated
Choice Movie: Male Scene Stealer The Avengers Nominated
2013 People's Choice Awards Favorite Action Movie Star Nominated
Favorite Movie Superhero Nominated
MTV Movie Awards Best Fight (shared with cast) Won
2014 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Captain America: The Winter Soldier Nominated [55]
Choice Movie: Chemistry (shared with Anthony Mackie) Nominated
Choice Movie: Liplock (shared with Scarlett Johansson) Nominated
Young Hollywood Awards Super Superhero Nominated [56]
2015 People's Choice Awards Favorite Movie Duo (shared with Scarlett Johansson) Nominated [57]
Favorite Action Movie Actor Won
Critics' Choice Movie Awards Best Actor in an Action Movie Nominated [58]
Saturn Awards Best Actor Nominated [59]
MTV Movie Awards Best Fight (Evans vs. Sebastian Stan) Nominated [60]
Best Kiss (shared with Scarlett Johansson) Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Scene Stealer Avengers: Age of Ultron Won [61]
2016 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actor Nominated [62]
MTV Movie Awards Best Hero Nominated [63]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy Captain America: Civil War Won [64]
Choice Movie: Chemistry
(shared with Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Elizabeth Olsen, and Jeremy Renner)
Nominated
Choice Movie: Liplock (shared with Emily VanCamp) Nominated
Critics' Choice Awards Best Actor in an Action Movie Nominated [65]
2017 People's Choice Awards Favorite Action Movie Actor Nominated [66]
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actor Nominated [67]
Favorite Butt-Kicker Won
Favorite Frenemies (shared with Robert Downey Jr.) Nominated
#SQUAD (shared with cast) Nominated
Saturn Awards Best Actor Nominated [68]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actor: Drama Gifted Nominated [69]
2018 Drama League Awards Distinguished Performance Lobby Hero Pending [70]
Broadway.com Audience Awards Favorite Featured Actor in a Play Won [71]

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