I liked him in My Big Fat Greek Wedding, and now John Corbett is starring as a pastor in a new movie called All Saints.
The film, which came out on Friday, is based on a true story about a salesman-turned-pastor (Corbett) assigned to close down a tiny Episcopal church. He decides to revitalize it instead.
In a recent interview, Corbett revealed he went to Catholic school for 12 years and was an altar server for about seven of them.
"I have a strong belief in God," the actor said. He apparently describes himself as a "gospel and brunch kind of guy."
Nothing says, 'I love you Jesus,' more than gospel music and mashed potaters.
He doesn't like to label All Saints as a "faith-based" film. He'd prefer to call it a down-to-earth "good old fashioned true story" filled with community spirit and love for refugees. Spoiler alert: it may also contain "potaters."