Chris Evans Biography, Net Worth, and Weight, Height, Age, and Affair

Chris Evans is an American actor best known for his role in the film Captain America: Civil War as the comic book superhero Captain America.

Chris  Evans Biography, Net Worth, and Weight, Height, Age, and Affair
Chris Evans Biography, Net Worth

Who Is Chris Evans?

Chris Evans, who was born and reared in the Boston area, got his first major film role in the satire Not Another Teen Movie. He played the Human Torch in two Fantastic Four films, but it was his role as another superhero in the hugely successful Captain America and The Avengers blockbusters that catapulted him to celebrity. Evans was widely praised for his role in the dystopian film Snowpiercer, and he made his Broadway debut in 2018.

Chris Evans Biography & Wiki

Original/Real Name Christopher Robert Evans
Nickname Chris, Evans
Occupation Actor, Filmmaker
Birth Place Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Nationality American
Age  40 Years
Date of Birth June 13, 1981
 Hometown Boston
Caste Not known
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Debut Film- Endless Love(1981)

Chris Evans Net Worth

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Evans has a net worth of $90 million. The majority of his wealth has come from his Marvel Cinematic involvement, however, it took him a long time to get there after reportedly collecting only $300,000 for his first Captain America film.

Marital Status, Affairs, Girlfriends 

 

Girlfriends/Affairs
  • Dianna Agron, Actress (Rumored)
  • Jessica Biel, Actress (2004-2006)
  • Christina Ricci, Actress (2007)
  • Vida Guerra, American  (2008) (Rumored)
  • Kristin Cavallari, American  (2008) (Rumored)
  • Camilla Belle, Actress (2009) (Rumored)
  • Amy Smart, Actress (2010)
  • Amy Smart, Actress (2010)
  • Sandra Bullock, Actress (2014)
  • Lily Collins, American (2015) (Rumored)
  • Elizabeth Olsen, Actress (2015) (Rumored)
Marital Status Unmarried
Spouse/wife N/A
Son None
Daughter None

Romantic Life and Girlfriends

Following their meeting on the set of The Gifted, Evans had an on-again, off-again romance with actress Jenny Slate. The couple reportedly spent the 2017 holiday season together before breaking up for good a few months later.

Evans had a long-term relationship with Jessica Biel earlier in his career, from 2001 until 2006. He's also been linked to Minka Kelly and Lily Collins, two actresses.

Twitter

Evans has gotten the most attention for his openly liberal tweets outside of his movies. In 2016, after Donald Trump was elected president of the United States, the actor described it as an "embarrassing night" in which Americans "let a bully decide our destiny." He's also gotten into an online spat with David Duke, the former head of the Ku Klux Klan, and attacked conservative television show Laura Ingraham for insulting student leaders working to reduce gun violence. However, not all of his tweets are political in nature; he routinely pays respect to friends and professional colleagues, as well as sharing images of his beloved rescue boxer, Dodger.

Chris Evans Height, Weight & Body Measurements

Height (Centimeters) 183 cm
Height (meters) 1.83 m
Height (Inches) 6’
Weight (Kilograms) 85 kg
Weight (Pounds) 187 lbs

Body Measurements

Chest’s Size 46 Inches
Waist’s Size 33 Inches
Biceps’s Size  17 Inches
Shoe’s Size Not Known
Hair Color Brown
Eye’s Color Blue

Chris Evans's Height and Workout

While progressing from the rangy jock of Not Another Teen Movie to the beefier Human Torch of Fantastic Four to the cartoonishly muscular Captain America, Evans demonstrated the results of countless hours in the gym. Bodyweight exercises like dips and pull-ups, as well as high-weight reps of squats, deadlifts, and incline bench presses, were all part of his training regimen to help him seem like his laboratory-enhanced superhero. He had added gymnastics and plyometrics to his program for increased speed and agility by the time of The Winter Soldier, which helped him in moments like when he In a busy elevator, he knocks up a bunch of men.

Broadway Debut

Evans made his Broadway debut in a revival of Kenneth Lonergan's Lobby Hero in March 2018, while waiting for the release of Avengers: Infinity War. Evans showed off his easy charm while hinting at the turmoil beneath the confident veneer of his veteran detective, Bill, as part of a tiny cast that includes his former Scott Pilgrim co-star Michael Cera. Despite the fact that Lobby Hero had a short run, Evans' well-received performance signaled that he would return to the stage in the future.

Early Life

Christopher Robert Evans was born in Boston, Massachusetts, on June 13, 1981, and grew up in the nearby town of Sudbury. Evans and his three siblings were drawn to the performing arts world of his mother, Lisa, a dancer turned youth theatre director, while his father, Robert, offered financial security as a dentist. "We were all singing and dancing like the von Trapps [from The Sound of Music]," Evans recalled.

When he wasn't involved in his school or community theatre, Evans wrestled and played lacrosse at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School. He interned for a casting studio in New York City the summer before his senior year of high school, developing crucial contacts and polishing his talents at the Lee Strasberg Institute. The young actor rushed through his senior year, graduating a half-semester ahead of his classmates, eager to return.

Family and Relatives

Father’s Name Bob Evans (Dentist)
Mother’s Name Lisa Evans (Actress)
Brother’s Name Scott Evans (Actor)
 Sister’s Name Carly Evans (Actress), 
Religion Pantheist

Personal Life & Interests

Evans isn't the only one in his family who has earned a name for himself: his younger brother Scott is an actor who had a regular part on the serial opera One Life to Live for two years, and his uncle Mike Capuano is a former mayor and veteran Massachusetts congressman.

The Hollywood star has been candid about his struggles with social anxiety, particularly when it comes to his profession's public image. "You're in your SUV with your family and friends," he told Rolling Stone. Then you have to stop in some strange parking lot to make the switch. There's security and everyone else. You've stepped out of your comfort zone all of a sudden. It's the simple things that can cause you to lose your balance."

Evans, who lives in both Los Angeles and Boston, is a die-hard sports enthusiast who supports his hometown clubs. He narrated the NFL Network's America's Game in 2014, which chronicled the New England Patriots' exciting Super Bowl victory the previous year.

Chris Evans Education Qualification and Schooling/College

School

·         Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School, Sudbury, Massachusetts

College/ University

·         Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, New York

Educational Qualification

Not Known

Favorites Things and Like & Dislike

 Hobbies

Watching American Football, Reading, and Listening Classical Rock Music

Favorite Movie

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World

Music Genre

Classic Rock

Car Collection

·         Ferrari 275 GTB/6C

·         McLaren 675LT

·         Jaguar XK SS

·         Chitty Chitty Bang Bang car

·         Ferrari 458 Speciale

·         Jaguar XK120

·         Ford Escort Mexico

·         VW Beetle

·         Ferrari 250 GTO

·         Classic Jaguar MK IX

·         Ferrari California Spyder

·         Jaguar XK150

·         Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder

·         Daimler SP250 Dart

·         Ferrari 365 GTS/4

·         Rolls Royce Phantom

·         1963 Ford Mustang Convertible

·         Ferrari TR61 Spyder Fantuzz

Favorite Color

Not Known

Favorite Singer

Not Known

Money Factor

Salary

Not Available

Net Worth

$90 Million

Contact Address

Website

Not Available

E-Mail Address

Not Available

Phone Number

Not Available

Address

Los Angeles, California, U.S.

Social Media

Wikipedia

Wikipedia.org

Twitter

 Twitter.com

Facebook

Facebook.com

Instagram

Instagram.com

Movies and TV Shows

Captain America and The Avengers

With Captain America: The First Avenger, Evans joined the burgeoning Marvel Cinematic Universe empire in July 2011. Evans capably exhibited the earnestness important to his character, as well as the eye-popping physique and fighting skills required for a current action hero, as Steve Rogers, the scrawny but dutiful serviceman who experiences a huge physical change to become the titular super-soldier.

Evans joined Robert Downey Jr.'s Iron Man, Chris Hemsworth's Thor, and other big-name performers, both in and out of costume, for the superhero film The Avengers, which was only the start of his MCU career (2012). With The Winter Soldier (2014) and Civil War (2016), Evans went on to star in the sequels to his own Captain America franchise, as well as leading the charge in The Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) and appearing in other Marvel films such as Ant-Man (2015) and Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017).

Evans was initially hesitant to take up the Captain's shield because of the long commitment, but by the time his contract finished, he was ready to move on, with Avengers: Infinity War (2018) and Avengers: Endgame (2019) showing his final performances as America's super-soldier

Opposite Sex, Boston Public, and other early TV roles.

Evans was sent to Los Angeles in the late 1990s by his agency to audition for a program called Get Real (when he met Anne Hathaway), but instead landed a supporting role on Opposite Sex, alongside Milo Ventimiglia, as one of the few guys to attend a previously all-girls academy. Although the teen comedy-drama only aired for eight episodes in the summer of 2000, it gave its young stars valuable exposure. Evans went on to star in films such as The Fugitive, Skin, and the critically acclaimed Boston Public. He contributed voice work for Adult Swim's stop-motion cartoon Robot Chicken in 2008, after a successful film career.

'Cellular' to 'Not Another Teen Movie

Evans' first notable film appearance was in Not Another Teen Movie (2001), a parody of high school dramas such as She's All That (1999) and its forerunners. As football star Jake Wyler, he goes through the motions of accepting a bet to date the nerdy, glasses-wearing girl, delivering a silly highlight by squirting on the whipped cream bikini made famous by Ali Larter in Varsity Blues, and delivering a silly highlight by squirting on the whipped cream bikini made famous by Ali Larter in Varsity Blues, and delivering a silly highlight by s (1999).

He later appeared in another high school comedy, The Perfect Score (2004), as part of a group of kids who steal the answers to an SAT exam and then in the action thriller Cellular (2004), where he helped Kim Basinger escape her kidnappers.

Adaptations of the 'Fantastic Four,' 'Scott Pilgrim,' and Other Comics

Prior to his breakout role as Captain America, Evans starred in Fantastic Four (2005) as Johnny Storm/Human Torch, a superhero film. The film was a commercial success, but a drop in box revenue for Rising of the Silver Surfer (2007), combined with another batch of mostly bad reviews, resulted in the postponement of a third sequel.

Returning to comic-based material, Evans contributed voice work for the animated TMNT (2007) as of April O'Neil, a colleague of the Ninja Turtles. He went on to co-star in the action-comedy The Losers (2010), which received mixed reviews despite a good cast, and a supporting role in the amusing Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010), in which he played an over-the-top version of the Hollywood action superstar he had become.

In the meantime, the actor capitalized on his all-American good looks and charisma, which made him a natural for romantic comedies. In The Nanny Diaries (2007), he played Scarlett Johannson's "Harvard Hottie," before becoming the perfect complement for Anna Faris in What's Your Number? (2011).

'London' to 'Sunshine' in Drama and Science Fiction

With London (2005), Evans proved he could tackle heavier stuff after his early teen films, playing a junkie trying to get over his ex-girlfriend. Later, he starred alongside Bryce Dallas Howard in The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond (2008), in which he played a real-life lawyer and drug addict who goes after the pharmaceutical industry, and in Puncture, in which he played a real-life lawyer and drug addict who goes after the pharmaceutical industry (2010).

Evans co-starred as an engineer on a space mission to resurrect the fading sun in Danny Boyle's little-known but critically acclaimed Sunshine (2007). Evans' performance was lauded by the film's director, who described him as "a bit of a Mary Poppins - he can bring anything out of the bag." In Push (2009), he played a telekinetic, although his performance was overshadowed by a convoluted plot.

'Iceman,' 'Snowpiercer'

Despite the fact that his Marvel responsibilities took up a lot of his time, Evans made time for other movie ventures that he enjoyed. As a contract killer who accompanies Michael Shannon's sadistic hitman in Iceman (2012), he was able to shake off his squeaky-clean superhero persona. Snowpiercer (2013) reintroduced him to the role of leading man, however this time as an antihero in a bleak future.

'Before We Go,' 'The Gifted'

Before We Go, a lukewarmly received romantic comedy that premiered at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival, was the actor's directorial debut. Another rom-com, Playing It Cool (2015), flopped, but Evans' performance in The Gifted (2017), in which he plays the guardian of a math prodigy, fared much better.

'The Red Sea Diving Resort,' 'Knives Out,' and 'Defending Jacob' are just a few of the titles that come to mind.

Evans then acted as an Israeli spy in The Red Sea Diving Resort (2019), a film based on the true story of Ethiopian Jews being rescued and transported to Israel in 1981. Late that year, he further separated himself from the benign superhero image by starring in the murder mystery Knives Out as an unpleasant playboy. In 2020, he made a comeback to television as the father of a boy accused of murder in the Apple TV+ miniseries Defending Jacob.