He's the actor who has already played two major Marvel superhero roles in the past ten years. And, Chris Evans explains his 'good guy' appearance off the screen is a result of his experiences growing up. The year-old star spoke to TheFIX on Monday about his adult activism efforts, claiming it flourished from experience supporting his gay brother. Making issues more relatable: Chris claimed 'It's really important to put faces to the situations that we're navigating as a society', as he says America is in 'tricky times right now' after the recent presidential election Pictured: Chris with his brother Scott. Chris claimed 'It's really important to put faces to the situations that we're navigating as a society', as he says America is in 'tricky times right now' after the election. The American actor and filmmaker explained that growing up with a gay sibling and with two sisters influenced his deep connection to human rights and women's rights.
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There's plenty of talent, good looks, and humor running through the Evans family. While Chris has become a household name thanks to his turn as Marvel's Captain America , most only know Scott as the actor's younger brother — but that's all about to change. Born two years and three months after his brother, Scott grew up with Chris as his best friend and constant supporter. But, of course, like most brothers, the two grew up picking on each other and getting into their fair share of trouble, too. She's like, 'And every time you would confess! She can't be like, 'No, you're lying.
Chris Evans speaks about supporting his gay brother in light of the US election
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Chris Evans has given fans an insight into the close relationship he shares with his brother, Scott Evans, with the pair appearing together on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. The two actors - whose mother was seated in the audience - were there to participate in a show segment called 'Know Your Bro', which saw the brothers take it in turns to wear noise cancelling headphones while the other was questioned. Scott recalled a time growing up when Chris had pushed him into a coffee table, splitting his head open so badly that he needed stitches. Chris and Scott Evans need to star in a rom com together about brothers each finding love just completely cheesy wacky but sweet with Judy Greer thrown in there somewhere bc that's rom com law.