The good-looking goofball next door, Chris Pratt's secret weapons were his offbeat charm and innate decency, a rare combination in cutthroat Hollywood. He made his first mark as the dim-but-lovable Bright Abbott on "Everwood" (The WB, 2002-06), and followed that up as a spacey student on the last season of "The O.C." (FOX, 2003-07). On the big screen, he survived an Amy Sedaris seduction attempt in "Strangers with Candy" (2005), subtly undermined James McAvoy in "Wanted" (2008), and found himself dumped by Anne Hathaway in "Bride Wars" (2009). Fans eagerly followed his real-life romance with his "Everwood" onscreen sister Emily VanCamp and 2009 marriage to movie star Anna Faris, but his biggest success came in the breakout role of the clueless-but-cute Andy Dwyer on "Parks and Recreation" (NBC, 2009-15). While Pratt may have made his name playing charming chuckleheads, the actor proved that he could do much more by starring in two of the biggest hits of 2014, "The LEGO Movie" and "Guardians of the Galaxy."