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CHRIS PRATT (Kyle Masterson) plays Andy Dwyer on NBC's hit comedy "Parks and Recreation.” Previously, he starred for four years as Bright Abbott on the critically acclaimed series "Everwood.” His work on the show earned Pratt a spot on TV Guide's list of the "13 Hottest New TV Stars.” Next, he joined the cast of the popular Fox drama "The O.C.” in the role of Che, an environmental activist.

Pratt made his big screen debut opposite Amy Sedaris in Strangers with Candy and then starred opposite Cary Elwes in the indie drama Walk the Talk. Since then, he has appeared in such films as Wanted, alongside Angelina Jolie and James McAvoy; Bride Wars, with Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway; and Jennifer's Body, starring Megan Fox and Pratt's "O.C.” co-star Adam Brody.

Pratt's introduction to Hollywood could be the basis for a movie in its own right. Working at the Bubba Gump Shrimp Company restaurant in Maui, Hawaii, he found himself waiting on the table of actor-director Rae Dawn Chong. Pratt made such an impression on her with his charm and comedic skills that she offered to fly him to Los Angeles to appear in her comedy-infused horror film Cursed 3, a movie that is notable for the fact that it was preceded by no Part 1 or 2.

Soon after finishing his role in Cursed 3, Pratt landed a starring role as a snowboarding secret agent in Extreme Team, which was filmed in New Zealand. Already a skilled snowboarder, Pratt was able to enjoy the slopes while his fellow actors underwent rigorous training sessions before production began.

Born in Minnesota and raised in Lake Stevens, WA, Pratt enjoys snowboarding, painting and fly-fishing. He recently purchased a home in Utah, near where "Everwood” was shot.

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