Chris Pratt will forever be remembered as one of the sweetest celebrities to cross our screens in a good long time.
Pratt penned a refreshingly honest post to his millions of followers on Wednesday night that is so damn inspirational it could double as a Coach Taylor "Friday Night Lights" halftime pep talk: "Clear eyes, full hearts, Chris Pratt."
The "Parks and Recreation" star was clearly in a reflective mood as he drove home after filming his upcoming sci-fi flick "Passengers" in Atlanta with America's other sweetheart, Jennifer Lawrence.
"Don't give up. Apply constant pressure for as long as it takes. It will break before you do. Go get it," he encouraged in the lengthy message.
Pratt got his first big break on the beloved (go, watch it now) WB series "Everwood," where he played arrogant but lovable jock Bright Abbott for four seasons.
In the post, he reflects on his own journey to superstardom, writing, "Fifteen years ago I felt the same passion I feel today, but I had very little opportunity. I had to hustle hard and go hungry."
Read the full post below.
It’s 3:20am. I got picked up for work at 6:45am yesterday. I’m not good with math, especially after being up for approximately 61 hours but I think I’ve been up for over 77 hours. I did a table read for Guardians of the Galaxy 2 this morning and then shot all day on Passengers and just now wrapped some 144 hours later. Weirdly both films, which iI’l be shooting back to back, are being shot in Atlanta at Pinewood studios. We have the best crew. Total rock stars busting their asses. And the stuff we’re shooting. My God. I can’t wait for you to see it. I go back in in about 8 hours to do more. I am doing what I love. It doesn’t feel like work. Even though it is. I’m having fun. I’m overcome with joy and gratitude. I felt like posting this to say to anyone out there chasing your dream… Fifteen years ago I felt the same passion I feel today, but I had very little opportunity. I had to hustle hard and go hungry. I had to eat sardines and figure out how to get gas money. And I never had a plan B. I never stopped believing. Ever. Don’t give up. Apply constant pressure for as long as it takes. It will break before you do. Go get it.
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