'I suppose he's right!' Chris Pratt admits his four-year-old son thinks acting is 'kind of stupid' 

Chris Pratt has quickly climbed the ranks as one of the most in-demand actors in Hollywood. 

And while Jurassic World and Guardians Of The Galaxy fans idolize their leading man, the 37-year-old actor admitted his son, Jack, is not so impressed with his acting career.

In an 'Ask Me Anything' segment on Reddit on Friday, Chris addressed a number of topics to his fans, including his four-year-old son.

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Candid: Chris Pratt got candid on Friday during an Ask Me Anything segment on Reddit

When asked if his son still thinks he's a firefighter, the father-of-one responded: 'no he knows i'm an actor. But he thinks it's kind of stupid. haha! I suppose he's right!!!' 

As the Q&A went on, The Magnificent Seven star wrote that his favorite actor was his wife of seven years, Anna Farris, and responded enthusiastically with a 'yes we will!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!' when a user suggested that the couple should film a movie together.

Chris also alluded to his early career in Hollywood when he was just starting out.

'Kind of stupid:' The 37-year-old actor admitted his four-year-old son Jack thinks acting is 'kind of stupid'; the family-of-three are pictured here in May

 Family man: He also spoke about his wife, Anna Farris, as being his favorite actor and was enthusiastic about the thought of doing a film with her; pictured here in May, Anna and Chris have been married since 2009

One user asked about the days he used to sleep in a van on the beach before he got his big break, in which the Passengers actor recalled: 'That was such an amazing time in my life. There are elements I miss. Perhaps most of all, uncertainty.'

Chris later opened up about how his weight gain helped him land more comedic roles.

'I was confident and in good shape when i first came to LA but nobody would cast me in any well written roles. People assumed based on my looks i was an asshole and a one trick pony,' he said.

Adding: 'They never let me improv or do comedy. It wasn't until I built a shlubby exterior, which stood in stark contrast to my inner confidence that people gave me room to play.'

Back then: The Jurassic World actor also opened up about his Parks and Recreation days, and how his comedy roles came from his 'shlubby' exterior

A turn: It wasn't until Chris started to land box-office films such as Guardians Of The Galaxy when his career and his appearance took a turn; picture taken in 2013

The Parks and Recreation actor became known as the popular Andy Dwyer on the NBC sitcom, playing a slightly chubby shoe shiner.

It wasn't until Chris landed lead roles in box-office films such as Guardians Of The Galaxy when his career took turns.

However, writing on Reddit, the actor still reminiscences about the NBC show saying: 'I miss the cast and crew. I miss my friends. I miss the commute. I miss the fact it was a steady gig, all comedy, and took me 7 minutes to get to work.'

He compared it to working on his upcoming feature film, Passengers, saying: 'The hardest part of working on Passengers would be the schedule. There were only two of us primarily through the whole shoot and we worked incredibly long hours. I was homesick a lot of the time. It was a grind.'

'It was a grind:' The Magnificent Seven star also told his Reddit fans about working on his upcoming film, Passengers, saying he worked long hours and got 'homesick'

The sci-film - which he stars in opposite Jennifer Lawrence - tells the story of two passengers who are awakened 90 years too early when their ship malfunctions.

The characters begin to fall in love but have to focus on rescuing 5,000 sleeping passengers when their lives are at stake.

When asked on Reddit about working with the 26-year-old actress, Chris wrote: 'Jen is awesome. She's funny and cool. She's refreshingly tough. She's an amazing actor. It feels good to be around her.'

On his favorite memory during set: 'We were sitting in our chairs waiting for the next shot and a big set light bulb exploded nearby and she screamed. high pitched. very feminine. Then she immediately looked over at me and said, "Jesus Chris! You scream like a woman! Did everyone just hear Chris?" and for the rest of the shoot i couldn't convince anyone it wasn't me. I just had to own it.'

Passengers hits theaters on December 21.

Co-stars: When asked about working with Jennifer Lawrence, Chris wrote: 'Jen is awesome. She's funny and cool. She's refreshingly tough. She's an amazing actor. It feels good to be around her'; pictured here last week

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