Christopher Robert Evans was born in Boston, Massachusetts, to an artistic director mother and a dentist father. Chris Evans grew up in Sudbury with his three siblings. His brother, Scott Evans, is another family member who has chosen to pursue an acting career. Inspired by his older sister's acting in plays, Chris Evans started taking part in school plays from an early age. Chris Evans, who managed to impress his teachers with his performances during his high school years, decided to pursue a professional acting career.
Chris Evans, who lived in New York City during the summer to study theater after acting in regional theater plays, moved to Los Angeles a year after graduating from high school. Chris Evans, like many actors, stepped into his professional career by taking roles in TV series and movies in the early years of his career.
Notes from Chris Evans' career
“The Newcomers”, which was released in 2000 and starring Kate Bosworth, Matt McCoy and Paul Dano, was Chris Evans' feature film debut.
“Opposite Sex”, “The Fugitive” and “Boston Public” are among the TV series in which Chris Evans starred in the early years of his career.