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Actress Anna Faris has built a successful Hollywood career one raunchy, R-rated comedy at a time. So fans might be surprised to know that she had a conservative, traditional upbringing.
On Wednesday's Late Night, host Jimmy Fallon asked the What's Your Number? star if her Seattle-based parents are "psyched" about her success. Faris told Fallon that while her semi-retired father Googles her "every half an hour" to see exactly she's doing and where she is, her mother isn't too keen to follow her work.
"My mom's really conservative, so she has a little trouble with some of the movies that I do," Faris explains, referring to her roles in dirty comedies like the Scary Movie franchise, Observe and Report and Take Me Home Tonight.
Faris, 34, also talked about her husband Chris Pratt, who plays the lovable but clueless Andy on NBC's Parks and Recreation and currently stars as one of the baseball players in Moneyball.
"He's such a dude, he wants to kill animals and fish," Faris says of her husband, whom she married two years ago. "You know he's always talking about hunting."
"But he doesn't do any of that stuff," Fallon shot back. "He just sits around and plays video games."
Fallon pointed out that in What's Your Number?, which Faris also executive produced, Pratt cameos in an enormous fat suit as "Disgusting Donald" -- one of her character's many exes. Now that's true love!
Watch Anna's interview with Jimmy below!