"Star Trek" actor Chris Pine has been making ladies swoon for over a decade, but odds are you still don't know a lot about the charming actor. Here are 10 sketchy things everyone ingnored about Chris Pine, click through to find out.
Pine's film debut was alongside Anne Hathaway in "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement."
At 28 years old, Pine was the youngest actor to play the lead in a "Star Trek" film.
Pine's father, Robert Pine, acted alongside the original Captain Kirk, William Shatner, in 1973's Incident on a Dark Street.
After Pine got the role of Captain Kirk, he wrote Shatner a letter so there would be no hard feelings, and Shatner wished him luck in response.
Pine has a Bachelor's Degree in English from the University of California, Berkeley.
Pine had a fever when he filmed his big kissing scene with Lindsay Lohan in "Just My Luck."
Pine got nominated at London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, but he wasn't able to attend due to financial reasons.
Pine calls his audition for the role of Jake Sulley in "Avatar" one of his worst auditions ever. The role went to Sam Worthington.
Before Pine got famous, he worked in a restaurant, a bakery, construction, and as a production assistant on "Black Scorpion".
Pine was considered for the lead role in "Tron: Legacy", but it went to Garrett Helund.