Saturday 8 July 2017

John Krasinski

John Burke Krasinski was born on the 20th of October 1979. He is an American actor famous for his work in films like Away We go 2009, Leatherheads 2008, Big Miracle 2012, Something Borrowed 2011, Its Complicated 2009, Promised Land 2012, Aloha 2014, and 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi. He was last seen in the 2017 film called The Hollars 2016 which he co-wrote and directed. He has also done famous TV commercials for, Apple TV, Verizon, Blackberry Storm and My Coke Rewards.

John Krasinski Religion

John was raised as a Roman Catholic but he has not spoken much about his faith or religion on news or the social media sites. John’s ancestry is Polish and Irish Some sources have also named him as a non religious person. Hence it is easy to say that John is not religious at least for now.

John Krasinski Political Views

When John’s movie 13 Hours: The Soldiers of Benghazi was released it created few conflicts among the politicians and john pointed out that Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz or even Hilary Clinton must not use the movie to score political points. He mentioned that the purpose of the movie was to acknowledge the soldiers who lost their lives in Benghazi as heroes. Apart from all this John is not much into politics.

Who is he dating?

John is married to his long term girlfriend and English actress Emily Blunt. They started dating in November 2008. They got engaged in August 2009 and were married by 10th of July 2010. They have two beautiful daughters, Hazel born on the 16th February 2014 and Violet born on the 20th June 2016. His former lovers include Rashida Jones and Renee Zellweger.

John Krasinski Hobbies

John likes hanging out with his friends, reading, listening to music, watching movies and playing baseball and basketball. Acting is also one of his hobbies. He coached Gordon School’s Youth Basketball team in Rhode Island.

Interesting Facts

He does modelling when he is not acting.

Growing up John wanted to a English teacher, but the odds led him to acting.

He was once a script intern on Late Night with Conan O’Brien.