If you weren't already obsessed with Chris Pratt, prepare to feel the love. From Parks and Recreation to Guardians of the Galaxy, Chris Pratt has proven his supreme awesomeness many, many times. But is Chris Pratt nice? All signs point to "hell, yes!" From Chris Pratt visiting fans in hospitals to surprising fans with photobombs during a Super Bowl red carpet event, the stories of Chris Pratt being cool are numerous! Make sure to also check out the best Chris Pratt movies of all time.
With emotional and heartwarming speeches about his son, Jack, and incredible performances of "Forgot About Dre," Pratt has proven he's not just super hot and super talented, but he's also a really, really cool human.
As this list of Chris Pratt stories proves, under all the charisma, acting ability, and adorableness, he really is as great as you hoped. So vote up the best stories of Chris Pratt being the awesome guy you always thought he was.
When He Helped Raise $92,000 for 12-Year-Old Boy with Brain Cancer
In early 2015, Pratt tweeted a link to a GiveForward campaign that was started to help pay for twelve-year-old Joe Henson's medical bills. Henson was diagnosed with medulloblastoma (a type of brain tumor) in June 2014. As a result of Pratt's tweet, according to The Hollywood Reporter, donations "exploded." Pratt also made a significant donation himself.
When He Photobombed Fans During a Super Bowl Red Carpet Event
Chris Pratt showed off his photobombing skills along with Jimmy Fallon and Chris Evans during the NBC Super Bowl Red Carpet event in Phoenix. Lucky for fans who couldn't be there in person, there's video proof in this clip from The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
When He Visited Sick Kids in the Hopsital
Chris Evans and Chris Pratt bet on who would win the 2015 Super Bowl. Depending on which team one, they would either visit the children of Christopher’s Haven in Boston (Evans’ charity of choice), or children at the Christopher’s Haven in Seattle. In the end, just like true superheroes, the actors actually visited both hospitals.
When He Honored Veterans on the 14th Anniversary of 9/11
Pratt took time to honor veterans on the 14th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks in 2015. He also posted a video to his Facebook wall thanking veteran and former Navy Seal Mike Day. He encouraged fans to thank someone they know who has served, as well as post their messages to social media with the hashtag #ThankAVeteran.