Chris Hemsworth Goes Surfing With His Super Hot, Ripped Dad Craig

Chris Hemsworth goes surfing with his dad Craig on April 17, 2016 in Byron Bay, Australia.

Whole new meaning to dad bod. Chris Hemsworth has a super hot dad named Craig. The Thor actor, 32, went surfing with his hunk of a father in Byron Bay, Australia, on April 17.
The father-son duo looked practically the same age from the neck down, showing off their ripped, shirtless bods while exiting the ocean with their boards in tow.
Craig, who is also dad to genetically gifted sons Liam and Luke Hemsworth, reportedly learned to surf after all three of his boys took on the sport.
During an interview with The Independent in November 2015, Liam, 26, revealed that big brother Chris paid off their parents’ debt after making it in Hollywood.
“[My father] called my brother Chris back and said, ‘I don’t know how to feel. Since I left home, I have had debts and I thought I’d be paying them off until I died and have this weight hanging over me, and now to have them completely cleared,’” the Hunger Games star recalled. “They are so happy now and able to spend more time with us.”
For the record, their mom, Leonie, is also stunning — and apparently a good listener as well.
"My mum always used to say to me that, out of her three boys, 'Chris, you were the girl,'" the actor, who is married to model and actress Elsa Pataky, told OUT magazine in April 2012. "I'd speak to her about far more things than [my brothers] would and far more things than she needed to hear about, too. I was a chatty kid."


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