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An American actor best known for his smart alec and pretty boy type roles which include the desperate Every Man protagonist Ryan in the terribly fun Cellular, Johnny Storm aka The Human Torch in the Fantastic Four movies, and "Harvard Hottie" in The Nanny Diaries. He's usually considered the best part of whatever bad movie he is in.

Though he's never shied away from more serious roles (Sunshine, Push, London), it was still a great surprise to the mainstream public when Marvel announced him as their choice to play the strait-laced and serious minded Captain America in their Marvel universe movies.

Not to be confused with the British DJ and TV presenter of the same name


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  • Actually Pretty Funny: No one has ever managed to successfully insult Chris Evans because no one can. He takes jokes at his expense really well.
  • Character Tics: Always grasps his left pec while laughing.
  • Creator Backlash: The one time he differed from his onscreen persona was in Captain America: Civil War, stating that Steve was making very biased choices and that he would be on Team Iron Man.
  • I Am Not Spock: He's very proud of having played Cap, to the point of being referred to as such more often than not, but has expressed a desire to distance himself from the role and branch out once again now that he's bowed out of the MCU.
  • Memetic Outfit: That glorious sweater in Knives Out.
  • Mr. Fanservice: Not quite to Chris Hemsworth's extent, but the MCU showed off his glorious physique whenever it could. As they said, he has "America's ass."
  • Promoted Fanboy: In his own words when discussing Lightyear, "working with Pixar is a dream come true".
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