In 2008, Mintz-Plasse next appeared with Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott in David Wain's film Role Models as Augie Farques, a nerdy teenager obsessed with medieval live-action role-playing games.He also made a small guest appearance on an episode of David Wain's internet series, Wainy Days.Those who’ve seen Superbad would remember him as Mc Lovin, while he’s familiar to Kick-Ass fans as Chris D’Amico. In addition to acting, Mintz-Plasse is also a musician.He was part of the now-defunct rock band The Young Rapscallions (2007 – 2015) and now plays the bass in his own band “Main Man Band.” Follow us as we explore some facts about your favorite funny man. Fortunately for Chris, his first try at Hollywood was a super success.He also had small roles in Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's This Is the End, playing a fictional version of himself, and in the romantic comedy film The To Do List, with Aubrey Plaza.
In April 2010, he appeared in Kick-Ass as the superhero Red Mist, a.k.a.
Born to Ray Plasse and Ellen Mintz, Christopher spent his childhood in Woodland Hills, California along with his sibling.
Graduated from El Camino Real High School, Plasse belongs to White ethnicity.
As a promotion for the video game Far Cry 3, he starred in The Far Cry Experience, a series of online videos, as a fictional version of himself trapped on an island controlled by a psychopathic pirate named Vaas.
He and his Kick-Ass co-star Chloë Grace Moretz starred in a short segment, "Middle School Date", in the film Movie 43.