Jason Lee Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Early Life, Career, Net Worth, Personal Life And MorePosted By: Ejaz Abbasi | May 31, 2018
Jason Michael Lee was born on 25th April 1970. He is known as an American actor, producer, photographer, and skateboarder. Jason Lee is well-recognized for his characters of Earl Hickey portrayed in the television comedy series titled as My Name Is Earl, David Seville played in the Alvin, and the Chipmunks played in the movie titled as the franchise and also presented his voice for Syndrome in The Incredibles.
He became famous for his characters in Kevin Smith movies which include Dogma, Mallrats, Dogma, Chasing Amy, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Clerks II, Jersey Girl, and Cop Out. Lee is known as the co-founder and co-owner of Stereo Skateboards, which is a corporation that distributes skateboard decks.
Jason Le Early life
Lee was born to his parents in Santa Ana, California on 25th of April 25, 1970. His father, named Greg, known as a car dealership manager and his mother, named Carol, is known as a homemaker. Lee was brought up in Huntington Beach. He went to Ocean View High School for his elementary education.
Jason Lee Career
Before Lee entered into the acting field, he used to work as a professional skateboarder in the last years of the 1980s and early 1990s. In the year 1992, Lee established Stereo Sound Agency, which known as Stereo Skateboards, along with the cooperation of his fellow skater Chris named “Dune” Pastras. In the year 2003, When the company in trouble, they successfully overcame the issue. Lee and Pastras continued working on the professional “Classics” team roster until October 2013.
Lee highlighted in the skateboarding promotional movie titled as, Video Days, which recorded for the skateboarding corporation titled as “Blind Skateboards.” In the year 2004, She was featured to perform her skateboarding in Way Out East!, which is a movie directed by Stereo Skateboards.
In the year 2012, he cast to perform in a brief movie on the skateboard website The Berrics which labeled as “Jason Lee decided to come to the park.”
The following year, he took part in the ninth annual Stand-Up for Skateparks occasion, which he presented serving with Tony Hawk. The occasion taken place yearly by the Tony Hawk Charitable Foundation and which sorts out to “help create free, quality public skateparks in favor of youth in low-income communities.”
In the month of October of the same year, Keep A Breast Foundation released a movie that featured several different skateboarding identities, which include Lee, together with Pastras as well. The video made for the Foundation’s aim to prevent and increase awareness of breast cancer, promoting the “I Love Boobies” bracelet.
Later on, he started working with Tony Hawk when he presented his voice and likeness to Tony Hawk’s Project 8 to be a playable character in his venture. Lee afterward presented his voice to Coach Frank, that is a role produced during the development of Stereo, in Skate 3 at that time.
He found performing some small characters from the year 1992 to 1994 which include his role in the music movie for the sonic single titled as “100%”, a small role of a dance instructor on Chance and Things and also in Mi Vida Loca. After that Lee quit working professionally in the field of skateboarding and started his career in the acting field.
He first performed his big character in Kevin Smith’s Mallrats, which his major hit. As a result of which friendship started between Lee and Smith. He directed to the Smith’s movies which include that Chasing Amy, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Dogma, Clerks II, and Cop Out. Lee also honored with an Independent Spirit Award for his character in Chasing Amy as Banky Edwards.
Lee completed his graduation to supporting man characters in Heartbreakers, Stealing Harvard, as well as in A Guy Thing. He has also performed his appearances portraying the leading characters in Vanilla Sky, Dreamcatcher, The Ballad of Jack and Rose, Almost Famous, Big Trouble, and Mumford, and also a small character in Enemy of the State. Lee also presented his voice to Syndrome in The Incredibles and Jack-Jack Attack.
He also featured to perform the character of a “robot copy” of Syndrome played in Disney Presents Pixar’s The Incredibles in a Magic Kingdom Adventure. He also presented his voice of Underdog in Underdog and played the role of Dave Seville in the Alvin and the Chipmunks movie titled as the franchise.
In the year 2005, he given a chance to perform the supporting character in My Name Is Earl. Lee honored with the two Golden Globe nominations for his Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy in the year 2006 and 2007. He also selected in the nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Award for an Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series premiered in the year 2006.
In the year 2010, Lee found performing in Memphis Beat in which he portrayed as Dwight Hendricks. He also performed his appearance as a guest in the year 2010, and 2013 episodes of Raising Hope, produced by My Name is Earl creator and director known as Greg Garcia.
In the year 2011, he found acting in Up All Night.
Lee started to shoot pictures daily at the beginning of the 2000s and interested in immediate photography. The newly launched a photo book via Refueled Magazine in which there are “184 pages of Polaroid & Fuji Instant movie titled as photographs from the year 2006-2016.
Jason Lee Personal life
Lee married to an actress and photographer known as Carmen Llywelyn in the year 1995; they separated and divorced in the year 2001.
After his divorce, Lee engaged to an actress named Beth Riesgraf. They welcomed their first son, whom they named Pilot Inspektor.
Lee had a meeting with a fashion model and actress named Ceren Alkaç at a concert. when he was on vacation in Britain. After they met, they started to remain in contact via emails and texts. They married in California in the year 2008. The couple blessed with a daughter whom they named Casper. They welcomed their second child, a son whom they named Sonny, in the year 2012. In the year 2017, they had their third child, a daughter whom they named Alberta ‘Birdy’ Lee.
Jason Lee Net Worth:
Jason Lee known as an American actor, a comedian as well as a professional skateboarder. Who earns an estimated amount of net worth of $20 million approximately. He well-recognized for his character on My Name is Earl, Dave Seville in the Alvin and the Chipmunks movies, as Syndrome in the movie titled as The Incredibles, and for his other work with a director known as Kevin Smith. Lee is also working as co-founder and co-owner of Stereo Skateboards.
He also cast to perform his role in the 1991 Blind Skateboards movie. In the year 2005, he featured to perform the supporting character in the NBC sitcom titled as My Name Is Earl. In the year 2010 and 2011, he found acting in the television shows. Titled as Memphis Beat, Raising Hope as well as in Up All Night.
Jason Lee Age, Height, Weight And Body Measurements:
Jason Lee is a handsome American TV personality. With a well-shaped body having the height of 6ft 1 ½ or 186.7 cm. He weighs 70 lbs 77.11 kg. He is 47 years old according to his date of birth on 25th of April, 1970. His Zodiac sign is Taurus. He has got dark brown hairs and eyes. His ethnicity is White.
Jason Lee who born in Santa Ana, California, known as an American comedian, actor, and professional skateboarder. He has done many projects of skateboarding and acting by which he has earned a respectable amount of net worth. He married twice in his life and has four children.