Chris Pine, an American actor, was born on August 26, 1980. The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement marked Pine’s feature film debut as Lord Devereaux (2004). He is best known for his roles as James T. Kirk in the Star Trek reboot film series (2009–2016), Will Colson in Unstoppable (2010), Cinderella’s Prince in Into the Woods (2014), Toby Howard in Hell or High Water (2016), Bernie Webber in The Finest Hours (2016), Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman (2017) and Wonder Woman 1984 (2020), Dr. Alexander Murry in A Wrinkle in Time (2018), and Robert the Bruce in Outlaw King (2017). (2018). In Rise of the Guardians, Pine also played Jack Frost (2012).
Pine was born in Los Angeles, California on August 26, 1980.
His father, Robert Pine, is an actor who played Sergeant Joseph Getraer on CHiPs, and his mother, Gwynne Gilford, is a psychologist who used to be an actress. Katherine, his older sister, is also an actress. Anne Gwynne, his maternal grandmother, was a Hollywood actress. Max M. Gilford, his maternal grandfather, was a lawyer who was elected president of the Hollywood Bar Association.
He hailed from a Russian-Jewish family. Greg Max Gilford, his uncle, is a former Dunhill Records recording artist who went on to work as a computer consultant before joining United Healthcare as a Recovery Mentor/Support Specialist. [requires citation]
Pine graduated from the Oakwood School in high school and went on to earn a B.A. in English from the University of California, Berkeley in 2002.
Pine struggled to make friends when he first arrived at Berkeley because he was afraid of not fitting in. He went into theatre because he didn’t want to join a fraternity. Pine performed in a Caryl Churchill play at La Val’s Subterranean Theater and Orestes and Shakespeare at Zellerbach Hall while a member of the UC Berkeley Theater Department.
Chris Pine Movies
“A Thousand Cranes” was the first episode of the American medical drama television series “ER” in which Chris Pine made his broadcast debut in 2003. He went on to make his feature film debut in Garry Marshall’s 2004 romantic comedy ‘The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement,’ which was directed by him.
A fair commercial success was achieved in spite of the film receiving only a lukewarm response from the critical community. In the years following his debut, he went on to appear in films such as “Confession” (2005), “Joy for the Weekend” (2006), “Blind Dating” (2006), and “Bottle Shock” (2007). (2008). In 2009, he appeared as James T. Kirk in the American science fiction action film ‘Star Trek,’ which was directed by J. J. Abrams and starred Harrison Ford. The picture was the eleventh entry in the ‘Star Trek film series,’ and it was a critical and commercial triumph on both the domestic and international levels. A number of other awards were nominated for Pine for his role in the film, including two MTV Movie Award nominations for his work in the film.
Next, he participated in the Tony Scott-directed American action movie “Unstoppable,” which was released in the following year. Critical reception to the film was overwhelmingly positive, with an approval rating of 87 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.
The character of Franklin “FDR” Foster in the American romantic comedy spy film ‘This Means War,’ directed by McG, was one of his most notable roles. Despite the fact that the picture was widely criticised by reviewers, it performed admirably at the box office.
His role as James T. Kirk was reprised the following year in ‘Star Trek Into Darkness,’ which was released in 2012 and was both the twelfth film in the Star Trek franchise and a sequel to the 2009 film ‘Star Trek.’ The film received overwhelmingly good reviews and was a huge financial success. Following that, he starred as ‘Jack Ryan’ in the 2014 American action thriller film ‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit,’ directed by Kenneth Branagh, in which he gained international recognition. The picture had a mixed reception upon its release, although it was an economic success.
During the same year, he also made an appearance in the American criminal comedy ‘Horrible Bosses 2’, which was a critical and commercial success. In 2016, he returned to the Star Trek franchise to reprise his role as ‘James T. Kirk’ in the thirteenth instalment of the series, ‘Star Trek Beyond.’
The picture was a critical and economic triumph on a large scale. His other film appearance that year was in the American neo-Western crime film ‘Hell or High Water,’ directed by David Mackenzie, in which he played the lead role. When it was released, the picture received positive reviews and performed well at the box office.
Pine was last seen in the American superhero blockbuster ‘Wonder Woman,’ in which he played the role of ‘Steve Trevor.’ The film was released in the year 2017. It received a slew of positive reviews from reviewers and was a huge financial success, generating more than $822.3 million on a budget of between $120 and $150 million. As a result of his performance in the film, Pine was also awarded the ‘Teen Choice Award.
” Following that, he participated in films such as ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ (2018), ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ (2018), and ‘Love, Antosha’ (2017). (2019). The 2020 American superhero picture ‘Wonder Woman 1984,’ which is a sequel to the 2017 film ‘Wonder Woman,’ will include him reprising his role as ‘Steve Trevor.” A mixed response was obtained from critics for the picture. A role in the upcoming American action picture “The Contractor,” directed by Tarik Saleh, is in the works for him as well.
According to Pine, “I definitely have a spiritual bent to my thinking… I am not religious and am most likely agnostic.”
Pine was stopped by police near Methven on March 1, 2014, while filming Z for Zachariah in New Zealand. He failed a standard roadside breath alcohol test.
On March 17, he admitted to driving while inebriated, claiming that he drank four vodkas at a neighbourhood tavern. Pine was banned from driving for six months in New Zealand and forced to pay NZ$93 in damages. He had a spotless record, according to the judge, and the occurrence was “out of character.”
Pine identifies as a “left-leaning liberal” on the political spectrum. He has stated that when it comes to certain actions, both Democrats and Republicans are interchangeable, citing President Obama’s strengthening of the Patriot Act as an example. Pine, along with J. J. Abrams, John Cho, Simon Pegg, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, George Takei, Justin Lin, Bryan Fuller, and Adam Nimoy, endorsed a movement called Trek Against Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Hillary Clinton was endorsed by the movement. Pine and director Joss Whedon published a video on November 1, 2016, asking people to vote in the forthcoming elections. While the film was meant to be a satire of Congress in general, some commentators mistook it for the Republican Congress.