Anna Faris is a famous American actress known for making people laugh. She became really popular for playing funny roles, especially as the main character Cindy Campbell in the Scary Movie movies from 2000 to 2006.
Who is Anna Faris's husband?
Anna is married to Michael Barrett. They got married secretly in 2021, and she happily told her listeners on her podcast Unqualified, “Yes, we eloped… I’m sorry, honey. I just said that without thinking, but it just feels like I can’t call him my fiancé anymore. It was amazing. It feels great.”
As per The Sun, Faris and Barrett were engaged for four years before they went to a courthouse to officially get married. Michael has worked on different projects, like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. Anna and Michael met for the first time in 2018 while making the movie Overboard, and then they fell in love.
Anna recently talked about being treated badly by someone named Ivan Reitman on the set of My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. It's good to know that Michael is there to support her while she talks about this difficult experience.
Anna Faris's Past Relationship
Anna Faris was married to Ben Indra from 2004 to 2008. They both acted in the movie Lover’s Lane in 1999 and started dating later. Indra asked Faris to marry him two times before they got married, but Faris ended the relationship when she realized she had strong feelings for Chris Pratt. In her book Unqualified, which she wrote in 2015, Faris says, “I had feelings for him, obviously, even if I wasn't honest with myself about what those were."
Anna Faris met Chris Pratt while they were working on Take Me Home Tonight in 2007, and they became really good friends. After she realized her feelings and broke up with her ex-husband, Pratt and Faris became even closer and got married in 2009 without a big ceremony.
They had a son in 2012 but told everyone they were separating in 2017 on Pratt’s Facebook page. He wrote, “We still love each other, will always remember our time together, and still respect each other a lot.”
Anna Faris Early Life
Born on November 29, 1976, in Baltimore, Maryland, Anna Faris grew up in a family where her father, Jack, taught sociology, and her mother, Karen, was a special education teacher. Although originally from Seattle, Washington, her family lived in Baltimore due to her father's job as a professor at Towson University.
They eventually moved back to Washington when Faris was six, settling in Edmonds. There, her father taught at the University of Washington, while her mother worked at Seaview Elementary School. Anna has an older brother named Robert, who, like their father, pursued a career in sociology and is currently a professor at the University of California, Davis.
How Wealthy is Anna Faris?
Anna Faris, an American actress, comedian, and singer, has amassed a net worth of $30 million. Her rise to fame began with her role in the horror-comedy "Scary Movie" (2000), and she has continued to shine in various films and the TV series "Mom"
Anna Faris' Career Journey
Anna Faris' parents were really supportive of her acting dreams. When she was just six years old, they signed her up for a drama class for kids in her community. Faris got her first acting job when she was nine, performing in a play called "Danger: Memory!" at a theater in Seattle. She was paid $250 for her work. Anna also took part in other plays like "To Kill a Mockingbird" and "Heidi."
Faris went to Edmonds-Woodway High School, where she was part of the drama club. Even in high school, she was in a TV commercial for frozen yogurt and a training video for a burger chain called Red Robin. After she finished high school in 1994, she went to the University of Washington and studied English literature. At first, she planned to move to London, but she changed her mind and decided to move to Los Angeles instead.
Anna's big break came in the year 2000 when she starred in a funny horror movie called "Scary Movie." This was a huge success and made her famous. Before that, she had smaller roles in other projects. She continued to play the same character, Cindy Campbell, in three more "Scary Movie" sequels.
After "Scary Movie," Faris' acting career took off. She appeared in different kinds of movies. Anna was really funny in "The Hot Chick" and showed her acting skills in "Lost in Translation." Her funny performance in "Lost in Translation" led to more roles, like in "Just Friends" and "Brokeback Mountain."
Anna also starred in comedies like "The House Bunny," "Observe and Report," "Take Me Home Tonight," "The Dictator," and "Overboard." She also did voice acting for animated movies like "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs" and "Alvin and the Chipmunks."
Faris became a TV star too. She starred in a show called "Mom" from 2013 to 2019. She earned a good salary for her work on the show. She also appeared in other TV shows like "King of the Hill," "Friends," "Entourage," and "Saturday Night Live."