This Is Us Star Chrissy Metz 

The Wilbur Theatre Located at
246 Tremont St, Boston, MA.
Phone: 617-248-9700
Thu Mar 29th - 7:30PM Tickets parking
SEAT TYPE: Fully seated
PRICE:
$47 - $97

Bio

When This Is Us first debuted, viewers embraced a show that celebrates human connection and the power of family. The critically acclaimed series is now beloved and viewers overwhelmingly relate to the humor, depth, and vibrancy Chrissy Metz brings to playing Kate Pearson.

This spring, join Chrissy Metz on her This Is Me Tour for an evening of honest conversation about life and its lessons – featuring real advice, tough love, and shared moments of are-you-kidding-me, I-wish-I-was laughter. Chrissy will share the struggles and triumphs of her life, and invites you to join her on a journey not just of self-acceptance, but of embracing the lives we want and deserve.

Each ticket includes a copy of Chrissy Metz’s memoir, This Is Me: Loving the Person You Are Today (a $26.99 value, on sale March 27 from Dey Street Books).

About Chrissy Metz:

An Emmy Award and Golden Globe nominated actress Chrissy Metz stars on the critically acclaimed hit NBC series This Is Us which has been renewed for two additional seasons.  Chrissy plays Kate, a woman struggling with her weight, eating habits, and body image.  ET named her as one of six “breakout stars you will fall in love with this fall.”  People magazine named her to the “One’s to Watch.”  This Is Us also stars Mandy Moore, Milo Ventimiglia, Justin Hartley, and Emmy winner Sterling K. Brown. This Is Us received nominations from The Critics Choice Awards, AFI, NAACP, and won the People’s Choice Award for “Favorite New TV Drama.”  Chrissy is best known for her roles in American Horror Story: Freak Show, Loveless in Los Angeles, Solving Charlie, My Name is Earl, and Entourage, to name a few.

Chrissy Metz is from Homestead, Florida. The middle child of five siblings, Chrissy took the spotlight as the ‘entertaining diplomat’ of the family. She moved to Japan as an infant and lived there for 9 years before moving back to the States, speaking Japanese before she even spoke English.  

After being discovered in Gainesville, Florida at a local talent event that she originally attended as a chaperone for her sister, she packed up and moved to Los Angeles to find her way into entertainment.”

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