Chris Pratt Does An Uncanny Impression Of The British Version Of "Jersey Shore"
Jun 2, 2015
During a recent appearance on popular British talk show "The Graham Norton Show," Pratt revealed that he actually has a somewhat surprising talent for mimicry. While filming "Guardians of the Galaxy" in England, he (and his wife Anna Faris) got hooked on "The Only Way Is Essex" (TOWIE), which is like the British version of "Jersey Shore." He eventually learned to parrot the accent well enough to have a room full of Brits suitably impressed and amused.
Although host Graham Norton claims it'll never be useful, with all these Hollywood reboots lately, could a remake of "Mary Poppins" with Pratt as Bert the Chimney Sweep really be far off?
Chris Pratt is one of Hollywood's hottest stars right now. After stealing our hearts as the adorably goofy man-child Andy Dwyer on NBC's "Parks and Recreation," he shed some serious pounds to show off his acting chops and physique in movies like "Zero Dark Thirty" and Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy." He's currently on a global press tour to promote his latest film, "Jurassic World."