Chris Pratt’s Teenage Mural Discovered by Fan at Italian Restaurant

By Nilankur Dutta | 1 year ago
Chris Pratt’s Teenage Mural Discovered by Fan at Italian Restaurant

“Jurassic World” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” star Chris Pratt drew a mural in a restaurant back in 2006, when he was not so famous. A keen internet user has discovered Pratt’s work of art at a Washington restaurant and has uploaded it for your viewing pleasure. Read on to find out more.

When Imgur user slartibartfas went to Omega Pizza and Pasta at Great Falls, Washington, little did they know that they would discover a mural drawn by actor Chris Pratt when he was a teenager. But the mural in the Italian restaurant, depicting an aristocratic Greek, has Pratt’s teenage signature scrawled on it. It also comes with a framed print of a youthful Pratt’s interview with Teen People magazine, where he mentioned drawing the mural.


Although this could be an elaborate prank on the restaurant’s part for some undeserved publicity, it should be noted that 36-year-old actor has never been shy about his early years when he lived in a van and  “just drank and smoked weed”, as he told the Independant. And a mural at buddy’s Italian restaurant sounds exactly like the thing a teenage stoned Chris Pratt would do.

Pratt, who hit the big-time with his much applauded depiction of ‘Andy Dwyer’ on NBC’s brilliant comedy series “Parks and Recreation”, has since acted in blockbuster films such as “Jurassic World” and “Guardians of the Galaxy.” He is currently shooting with an all-star cast for Antoine Fuqua’s “The Magnificent Seven”, which is the remake of 1960’s American Western of the same name (which, in turn, is the remake of Akira Kurosawa’s “The Seven Samurai”).

“The Magnificent Seven” also stars  Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke, Vincent D’Onofrio, Lee Byung-hun, Luke Grimes, Wagner Moura, Haley Bennett, Matt Bomer, and Peter Sarsgaard, and it set to hit the screens on January 13, 2017

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Photo Source: Wikimedia Commons/Chris Pratt