Actor, Comedian, Voice actor, Producer, Professional skateboarder
Jason Michael Lee (born April 25, 1970) is an American actor, comedian and professional skateboarder, known for his roles as the title character on the NBC television series, My Name is Earl, Syndrome in the film The Incredibles, Dave Seville in the Alvin and the Chipmunks...Wikipedia
Born: 25th April, 1970, Huntington Beach, CA
Height: 6' 1½" (187 cm)
Claim to Fame: Mallrats
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Elizabeth Peña, who recently completed work on El Rey Network’s Matador, has died. Her film credits included Rush Hour, La Bamba, and The Incredibles. She was 55.
Her nephew, Latino Review writer Mario-Francisco Robles, shared the news in an obituary on the site. He said Peña died Tuesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. No cause of death was immediately available.
Hollywood’s Notable Deaths of 2014
In John Sayles’ Lone Star (1996), Peña was memorable as the history teacher who rekindles a teenage love affair with... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 2 months ago
A special ceremony on a special date!
Actor Jason Lee and his wife, Ceren Alkac, were married for the second time on Friday evening – 11/11/11 – in Los Angeles, PEOPLE has confirmed.
Lee, 41, and Alkac, who were officially married in Norwalk, Calif., in July 2008, hosted an intimate ceremony in front of family and friends at Club Cicada in downtown Los Angeles to celebrate their relationship.
The couple's daughter, Casper, was born in August 2008. Lee also has an 8-year-old son, Pilot Inspektor, from a previous relationship.
The actor, who... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 3 years ago
If you're an actor who lands a lead role on a TV series, you can count on a big payday. But it won't be as big as it used to be.
Network and studio executives tell TV Guide Magazine they've adopted a get-tough policy on salaries for stars of the new fall shows. While the salary for a lead has been $150,000 to $200,000 per episode in recent years, most deals for stars of new series were between $75,000 and $125,000.
"No one broke the bank on anything this year," says one former studio head.A case in point is a negotiation with a veteran film actor... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 4 years ago
JASON Lee says his latest TV project is “more grounded” than My Name is Earl.
The actor — who played a down-on-his-luck lottery winner in Earl — portrays a detective by day and Elvis showman by night in Memphis Beat, which airs on TNT.
Asked by TV Guide how Memphis compares to comedy series Earl, Lee said, “Earl was just downright fun and goofy. This show is definitely a lot more grounded in reality. We also get to play a little bit.
“It’s a bit quirky, as they say, it is a bit offbeat, but it is important that it’s... Read More
Posted by Queenoftab 4 years ago
The My Name is Earl star voiced the role of the villain, Syndrome, in the 2004 blockbuster. "When I saw the drawings, the big hair, I was in," he said. "You really have to put trust in the director`s hands. I would just show up, read a bunch of dialogue into a microphone... and then I see the movie and there`s a real, whole character there." Read More
Posted by NewsHound 5 years ago
It's all about getting off.
Teenager Rick Stevens has a crush on Nina Pennington. They form a friendship and embark on a rock n' roll journey together while Nina deals with her overbearing boyfriend, Kevin.
Wrote and produced a sitcom pilot in 1996 with Kevin Smith called "Hiatus" which had Lee in the starring role.
He has the ability to cross and un-cross his right eye. He does this frequently in "My Name Is Earl" (2005), usually while Earl is angry or intoxicated.
I`m just sad and disappointed,
(On getting into acting) I was just curious about it, in much the same way you might be curious about how cars are made or how to get to the moon. It was naiveté. My girlfriend`s mother was a talent manager, and when I told her I wanted to do movies, she said, "Okay, let`s give it a shot." So many people would have said, "Oh, I don`t know. Let`s get you into some acting classes first and see how it goes." That would have been a bit deflating, and I think I would`ve lost interest.