Although he didn't share details about her condition, Bratt did tell that he hasn't been working as much as he used to because being on set would mean he "cannot be a great husband and father—especially the father of a child with special needs." Bratt admitted that raising Sophia hasn't always been easy, candidly explaining that he and his wife felt as if they were "in a tunnel of darkness for the first few years of her life, because we didn't know what to do." Working with therapists helped, and Sophia now "understands everything, she's quick to laugh, she's loving and a physically beautiful child." , taking over Al Pacino's part as El Macho just six weeks before the film's premiere.

Pacino left the project suddenly (even though he had already voiced all of his character's scenes), forcing the studio to re-record all Pacino's scenes with Bratt in record time, reported . "Benjamin had risen to this challenge, creating something that really defies expectation," said Illumination Entertainment founder and CEO Chris Meledandri.

"Only love can do that and that's what it's time for all of us to do.

Send more love." Global Citizen is a New York-based organization seeking to enact "social change" and "end extreme poverty by 2030." During the 2016 presidential election, celebrities of Latin heritage joined forces to sign an open letter petitioning fellow Latino voters to "stand up to the anti-immigrant fear mongering of the 2016 GOP presidential candidates," including Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, and Jeb Bush.

He told Esquire in 2005: “Did I ever have sex in an elevator with Scarlett Johansson after an awards show?

"But the Chateau Marmont only has eight floors," he countered.

Of course, in those cases, he joined the shows when they were a little past their primes, which could have impacted the significance of his roles.

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Bratt was among the 22 stars who signed the petition, along with George Lopez, Aubrey Plaza, Zoe Saldana, Carlos Santana, and America Ferrera.

Bratt carves out time for assorted philanthropic endeavors.

In January 2017, Bratt shared a photo with Huerta, Peter, and producer Carlos Santana on Instagram, writing, "Can one ever get too much inspiration? Fighting the good fight with these 2 legends @doloreshuerta & #Carlos Santana and my #1 homey PB." April 2017 saw Bratt doing the same at the San Francisco International Film Festival.

He took to social media to share a photo of Huerta standing in front of a mural of Santana on 20th and Mission Streets in San Francisco.

, a documentary directed by his brother, Peter, which chronicles Dolores Huerta's lifelong fight for social justice.