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Chris Pine (born August 26, 1980) is an American actor. Pine made his feature film debut as Lord Devereaux in The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004). He is best known for his roles as James T. Kirk in the Star Trek reboot film series (2009–2016)

Chris Pine Net Worth And Biography

What is Chris Pine net worth and biography ?Chris Pine (born August 26, 1980) is an American actor. Pine made his feature film debut as Lord Devereaux in The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004). He is best known for his roles as James T. Kirk in the Star Trek reboot film series (2009–2016)

Net Worth:$30 Million
Born:August 26, 1980
Country of Origin:United States of America
Source of Wealth:Professional Actor
Last Updated:2022


As of 2022, Chris Pine’s net worth is estimated to be $30 million.

Chris Pine is an American actor from Los Angeles.

Pine is best known for starring in movies such as ‘The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement’, ‘Star Trek’ reboot film series, ‘Unstoppable’, ‘Cinderella’s Prince in Into the Woods’, ‘The Finest Hours’, ‘Wonder Woman’, and ‘Outlaw King’.

Chris Pine Childhood & Early Life

Chris Pine was born Christopher Whitelaw Pine on 26 August 1980, in Los Angeles, California, USA, to Robert Pine, a prominent actor, and Gwynne Gilford, an actor-turned-psychotherapist. He has an older sister named Katie.
Chris grew up in an environment where script readings and talks about films were frequent. Since his parents were actors, he was exposed to showbiz quite early in his life.
Chris wanted to become an actor ever since he was a teenager, and often visited film sets in Hollywood along with his mother or father. Initially, he was interested in sports, but his interest shifted to acting in high school.
After finishing high school from his hometown, he went on to do B.A. in English from the ‘University of California,’ and learned acting in ‘American Conservatory Theatre.’ Joining ‘Williamson Theatre Festival’ turned out to be the biggest influence on him.
During his time at ‘Williamson Theatre Festival,’ he learned the nuances of acting.

Chris Pine Career

Once out of the theatre circuit, Chris started auditioning for TV roles and ended up getting minor roles in TV series, such as ‘ER,’ ‘The Guardian,’ and ‘CSI: Miami.’ Around the same time, he started doing short films. By 2005, Pine had made appearances in several short films and an independent film titled ‘Confessions,’ a film which was directly released to video.
He then appeared in ‘Surrender, Dorothy,’ another made for television film. Subsequently, he landed a meaty role in the film ‘Just My Luck,’ in which he starred alongside popular American celebrity Lindsay Lohan. The comedy film was released in 2006 and in the same year Chris appeared in few other films, such as ‘Blind Dating’ and ‘Smokin’ Aces.’ He was also selected to play the lead part in a one-man play titled ‘The Atheist’ in New York in 2006.
His theatrical performance was well received by the critics and the audiences alike. He then opted to appear in some plays as he wasn’t getting the desired roles in Hollywood. In 2007, he was seen in a play titled ‘Fat Pig’ where he played the role of the lead character’s best friend and received praises from many for his performance. In the 2008 film ‘Bottle Shock,’ he played a major role and surprised the audience with his powerful performance as a Napa Valley vintner.
The year 2009 turned out to be quite productive for Pine as he received offers to play major roles in two films – ‘White Jazz’ and ‘Star Trek.’ Pine decided to go with ‘Star Trek.’ The film released in 2009 to critical and commercial acclaim and Pine’s portrayal of the character James T. Kirk was met with critical acclaim. Subsequently, Pine was bombarded with several acting roles.
In order to promote the film, Pine started making appearances in several talk shows – the most prominent among them was his appearance on ‘Saturday Night Live.’ Later that year, Pine concentrated on his play ‘Farragut North’ which was met with critical acclaim. He then acted in the play ‘The Lieutenant of Inishmore,’ for which he was honored with ‘Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle’ award for best actor.
In 2010, he was seen in another big budget Hollywood action thriller titled ‘Unstoppable’ and the media showered praises on young Chris Pine and mentioned him as the new ‘A List star in making.’ In 2011, Pine joined hands with William Shatner for a documentary film based on the character of ‘Captain Kirk.’ On May 2013, he reprised his role as ‘Kirk’ in ‘Star Trek Into Darkness,’ a sequel to ‘Star Trek.’ The film repeated the success of its prequel.
In the Oscar nominated 2016 film ‘Hell or High Water,’ Pine played the lead role of ‘Toby Howard.’ The same year, he was cast to reprise his role in the third installment of the reboot of ‘Star Trek’ series, ‘Star Trek Beyond.’ Meanwhile, in 2015, he started voicing a character in the animation series ‘SuperMansion,’ for which he was nominated for an ‘Emmy Award’ in 2016. In 2017, Pine ended up narrating National Geographic Channel’s ‘Breakthrough.’
In mid-2017, he landed the most prominent role of his career when he was cast to play ‘Steve Trevor,’ a ‘World War’ British spy and Gal Gadot’s love interest, in his most successful film to date, ‘Wonder Woman.’ The film was a huge commercial and critical success, and Chris Pine earned accolades for his portrayal of a British spy.
He played ‘Dr. Alexander Murry’ in the 2018 fantasy film ‘A Wrinkle in Time.’ The same year, he was also part of the historical action drama film ‘Outlaw King’ where he played the King of Scotland, ‘Robert the Bruce.’ He also voiced ‘Ultimate Spider-Man’ in the animated film ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.’
In 2019, he was seen alongside director Patty Jenkins in a six-episode TV series titled ‘I Am the Night’ which was critically acclaimed. The same year, he was also part of the documentary ‘Love, Antosha’ which premiered at the ‘Sundance Film Festival.’
In 2018, he was cast to reprise his role as ‘Steve Trevor’ in the film ‘Wonder Woman 1984.’ In 2019, he was cast to play an important role in an action film titled ‘Violence of Action.’

Chris Pine Top Movie

Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse


What can be said about Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse that hasn’t already been said? The animated superhero movie hasn’t been out for over six months yet, but there are many folks out there who are willing to deem it a new classic in the overcrowded genre. And for good reason. While there are no shortage of Spider-Man movies out there, particularly good Spider-Man movies, Spider-Verse is among the cream of the crop. It’s an exhilarating, impressively balanced comic book adaptation that springs to life with wit, heart, humor and bundles of creative energy.

The only reason it doesn’t rank higher than it is on this list is because there were some back-and-forth regarding whether-or-not it’s actually a Chris Pine movie, instead of a film that features the incredible voice talents of Chris Pine. No matter. Pine’s Peter Parker doesn’t have a long stay inside the film, but his role is important and undeniably among his most beloved roles in cinematic history. And when it comes to ranking his best movies, one would be hard-pressed not to put this one close to the tip-top.

Hell Or High Water


After appearing in a number of different genre films, ranging from science-fiction to action flicks to comedies to romances, Chris Pine finally got his chance to prove himself as a dramatic actor in David Mackenzie’s incredibly engaged, intensely well-made drama-thriller, 2016’s Hell or High Water. A confident, diligently well-crafted character piece with a punch, made with a great sense of location, structure and social commentary, its well-polished screenplay and its dutiful direction do the movie a lot of favors.

Yet the top-notch performances from its well-established ensemble do wonders to make Hell or High Water pop. While Jeff Bridges and Ben Foster get the lion share of praise for their individual performances, respectively, Chris Pine’s Toby shouldn’t be ignored here. His compelling, layered performance showcased an actor willing to expand and establish himself in unique, exhilarating new ways.

Wonder Woman


There’s no denying that Wonder Woman is Gal Gadot’s film. She makes the most of Diana Prince’s first cinematic foray, and the key to the film’s warm success often lies on her engaging mix of exuberance and ferociousness in the lead role. But one of the reasons why director Patty Jenkins’ hit film worked for audiences in a way that many other recent DC adaptations did not was because of the lead character’s sizzling chemistry with Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor, an army pilot who finds up crossing paths with the super-heroic world-saver and forming a tender, then heartbreaking, relationship with our lead.

While it’s not hard to fall in love with Chris Pine, Gal Gadot and her leading man make a hell of an impression together. Their bright on-screen dynamic played a key role in making this origin superhero movie into the record-breaking DC adaptation that lassoed in audiences around the world.

Star Trek Beyond


In the broad scheme of things related to Star TrekStar Trek Beyond is the most overlooked of the recent Star Trek blockbusters. With J.J. Abrams moving on to another galaxy altogether with Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and the fanbase feeling stung — justly or otherwise — by Star Trek Into DarknessStar Trek Beyond is one that never got its full due. That’s not really fair, in my view.

While Beyond isn’t on the level of the all-time great Star Trek movies like The Wrath of Khan, for instance, or The Voyage Home (hopefully that does not offend any more Star Trek fans than I’ve already upset), director Justin Lin’s respectably narrowed, more focused installment to the extended franchise is distinctly more modest, more character-focused new addition to the series, one that feels more respectful to the source material compared to the bombast of the previous two Star Trek movies. It didn’t end up making a big splash, compared to the first two movies in this reboot series, but this likable installment works well.

Outlaw King


Outlaw King, Chris Pine’s second collaboration with director David Mackenzie, didn’t earn the same acclaim as Hell or High Water, their first team-up. But while it doesn’t quite rank to the same standards, this biographical 14th century tale shouldn’t be overlooked. Bringing the mythic Scottish king Robert Bruce, Earl of Carrick to the big screen — or, more accurately, computers, tablets and streaming screens attached to distributor Netflix — around the world, Pine remains a commanding, compelling screen presence.

In fact, he brings humanity and understanding to this historical figure for modern audiences. While it doesn’t quite reach the same heights as Mel Gibson’s Braveheart, this Scottish action-drama is nevertheless worth clicking ‘play’ one.

Chris Pine Award And Achievements

Primetime Emmy Awards

Primetime Emmy [Nominee] (2016)

Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance

For playing: “Dr. Devizo and Robo-Dino”. For … More

SuperMansion (2015)

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Saturn Award [Nominee] (2018)

Best Supporting Actor

Wonder Woman (2017)

Saturn Award [Nominee] (2017)

Best Actor

Star Trek Beyond (2016)

Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

BSFC Award [Winner] (2009)

Best Ensemble Cast

Tied with Gabourey Sidibe, Mo’Nique, Paula Patton… More

Star Trek (2009)

CinemaCon, USA

CinemaCon Award [Winner] (2013)

Male Star of the Year

Denver Film Critics Society

DFCS Award [Winner] (2010)

Best Acting Ensemble

Star Trek (2009)

Detroit Film Critics Society Awards

DFCS Award [Nominee] (2014)

Best Ensemble

Into the Woods (2014)

DFCS Award [Nominee] (2009)

Breakthrough Artist

Star Trek (2009)

Gold Derby Awards

Gold Derby Award [Nominee] (2015)

Ensemble Cast

Into the Woods (2014)

Gold Derby Award [Nominee] (2010)

Ensemble Cast

Star Trek (2009)

Golden Schmoes Awards

Golden Schmoes [Nominee] (2009)

Breakthrough Performance of the Year

Star Trek (2009)

Hawaii Film Critics Society

HFCS Award [Nominee] (2017)

Best Actor

Hell or High Water (2016)

IGN Summer Movie Awards

IGN Award [Nominee] (2009)

Favorite Hero

As “James T. Kirk”

Star Trek (2009)

Indiana Film Journalists Association, US

IFJA Award [Nominee] (2016)

Best Actor

Hell or High Water (2016)

Jupiter Award

Jupiter Award [Nominee] (2017)

Best International Actor

Star Trek Beyond (2016)

Kids’ Choice Awards, USA

Kids’ Choice Award [Nominee] (2021)

Favorite Movie Actor

Wonder Woman 1984 (2020)

Blimp Award [Nominee] (2017)

BFFs (Best Friends Forever)

Star Trek Beyond (2016)

Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards

Sierra Award [Nominee] (2016)

Best Actor

Hell or High Water (2016)

MTV Movie + TV Awards

MTV Movie Award [Nominee] (2010)

Best Breakout Star

Star Trek (2009)

MTV Movie Award [Nominee] (2010)

Biggest Badass Star

People’s Choice Awards, USA

People’s Choice Award [Nominee] (2017)

Favorite Dramatic Movie Actor

People’s Choice Award [Nominee] (2014)

Favorite Movie Duo

Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)

People’s Choice Award [Nominee] (2010)

Favorite Breakout Movie Actor

Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards

PFCS Award [Nominee] (2014)

Best Ensemble Acting

Into the Woods (2014)

San Diego Film Critics Society Awards

SDFCS Award [Nominee] (2016)

Best Actor

Hell or High Water (2016)

Satellite Awards

Satellite Award [Nominee] (2019)

Best Actor in a Miniseries & Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television

I Am the Night (2019)

Special Achievement Award [Winner] (2015)

Best Ensemble, Motion Picture

Into the Woods (2014)

Scream Awards

Scream Award [Winner] (2009)

Best Science Fiction Actor

Star Trek (2009)

Scream Award [Nominee] (2009)

Breakout Performance – Male

Star Trek (2009)

Scream Award [Nominee] (2009)

Fight Scene of the Year

Star Trek (2009)

ShoWest Convention, USA

ShoWest Award [Winner] (2009)

Male Star of Tomorrow

Teen Choice Awards

Teen Choice Award [Winner] (2017)

Choice Movie Actor: Action

Wonder Woman (2017)

Teen Choice Award [Nominee] (2017)

Choice Summer Movie Star: Male

Wonder Woman (2017)

Teen Choice Award [Nominee] (2017)

Choice: Liplock

Wonder Woman (2017)

Teen Choice Award [Nominee] (2016)

Choice Movie Actor: AnTEENcipated

Star Trek Beyond (2016)

Teen Choice Award [Nominee] (2013)

Choice Summer Movie Star: Male

Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)

Teen Choice Award [Nominee] (2012)

Choice Movie Actor: Romance

This Means War (2012)

Teen Choice Award [Nominee] (2009)

Choice Movie Fresh Face Male

Star Trek (2009)

Teen Choice Award [Nominee] (2009)

Choice Movie Rumble

James T. Kirk vs Spock.

Star Trek (2009)

Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards

WAFCA Award [Nominee] (2014)

Best Acting Ensemble

Into the Woods (2014)

WAFCA Award [Nominee] (2009)

Best Ensemble

Star Trek (2009)

Chris Pine Personal Life



Pine has stated in many of his interviews that despite hailing from a very religious family, he does not follow any religion and describes himself as an agnostic.
Chris Pine was charged for driving under the influence of alcohol in New Zealand and had to pay a hefty fine to get out of the mess in 2014.
Chris Pine was romantically linked with Sofia Boutella due to their frequent public appearances. He was also rumored to be dating English actor Annabelle Wallis.

Favorite Quotes from Chris Pine

“We tell each other stories so we can understand the world better and there’s a catharsis and we understand the models of what a hero could be and what the hero’s journey as a human being is all about. But unfortunately, I think sometimes those stories too can be very prohibitive and confining.” – Chris Pine 

“I am critical of myself like everyone else. You go to a movie theater and you are forty feet high. I had bad skin as a teenager and I am a shy person, but I think I am in the perfect business to fight my insecurities. You have to learn to love yourself and say ‘I am pretty cool’ instead of being so critical. You can easily fall into the trap of doing that.” – Chris Pine

“I think it’s not fair to the uniqueness and wonderfulness of the individuals, that we can complement one another greatly, but we are not the source of each other’s happiness, especially if you don’t know who the hell you’re talking to.” – Chris Pine 

“I think it’s a very healthy thing to learn from what’s happened in the past. But only if you look at what happened and think, ‘How could I have dealt with that differently?’ Then let it go.” – Chris Pine

“For me growing up, Christmas time was always the most fantastic, exciting time of year, and you’d stay up until three in the morning. You’d hear the parents wrapping in the other room but you knew that also, maybe, they were in collusion with Santa Claus.” – Chris Pine 

Powerful Lessons from Chris Pine

Now that you know all about Chris Pine’s net worth, and how he achieved success; let’s take a look at some of the lessons we can learn from him:


If you have kindness in your heart, you offer acts of kindness to touch the hearts of others wherever you go—whether they are random or planned. Kindness becomes a way of life.


You attract who you are being. When you work at being the type of person that you want to attract, you attract those kinds of people into your life.

You Can.

You have come a long way and have won many battles. Whenever you’re faced with a difficult or challenging situation, you’ll overcome it. Yes, you can.

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