Jason Biggs Biography
Jason Biggs(Jason Matthew Biggs) is an American actor and comedian best known for his roles as Jim Levenstein in the American Pie comedy film series, and Larry Bloom in the Netflix original series Orange Is the New Black. Also, he was featured in “Boys and Girls, Loser, Saving Silverman, Anything Else, Jersey Girl, Eight Below, Over Her Dead Body, and My Best Friend’s Girl”.
Jason Biggs Education
He attended Hasbrouck Heights High School, where he achieved success in tennis. He initially attended New York University before attending Montclair State University, eventually dropping out.
Jason Biggs Age
He was born on 12th May 1978, in Pompton Plains, NJ, he is 40 years old.
Jason Biggs Parents | Jason Biggs Sister
He was born to his parents Angela “née Zocco”(nurse) and Gary Louis Biggs(a shipping company manager). His Dad is of English and Italian descent and Biggs’ mother is of Sicilian descent. There is no detail disclosed regarding his siblings, but we are still researching, which we let it known soon after we achieve the results.
Jason Biggs Wife | Jason Biggs Kids
He is married to Jenny Mollen” his My Best Friend’s Girl co-star, actress”. The joined in January 2008 and they have two sons:
Sid, born on 15th February 2014
Lazlo Biggs, born on 2nd October 2017
Jason Biggs Height
He stands at a height of 5feet and 9inches. His bodybuilder is Average, he is 83 kg (183 lbs). Biggs belong to white ethnicity(On his father’s side, he has English and Italian ancestry, whereas, on his mother’s side, he is of Sicilian descent). He dark brown hair and Hazel eye color. His Sexual Orientation is Straight. The actor has Prominent nose a Brand Endorsements. He belongs to Roman Catholicism religion.
Jason Biggs Net Worth
The American actor has an estimated net worth of $13 million. Jason first became famous for playing the role of Jim Levenstein in the American Pie franchise.
Jason Biggs Education
He grew up in Hasbrouck Heights and attended Hasbrouck Heights High School, where he achieved success in tennis. Biggs initially attended New York University before attending Montclair State University, eventually dropping out.
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Jason Biggs Actor | Jason Biggs Career
He started acting at the age of five. In 1991, he made his television debut in the short-lived FOX series Drexell’s Class. In 1988, he received his Screen Actors Guild card for appearing in a TV commercial for Pathmark. He later recalled in a 2015 interview in TV Guide, “I remember I had to eat a doughnut in one of the shots. Over and over again. Awesome.”
When Biggs was 12, he performed in a one-off HBO special, The Fotis Sevastakis Story, but due to licensing arguments, it was never aired. That same year, Biggs debuted on Broadway in Conversations with My Father with Judd Hirsch. He then starred in the daytime soap opera, As the World Turns, for which he was nominated for the Daytime Emmy Award for Best Younger Actor
Biggs attended New York University briefly from 1996–1997, but soon afterward, he returned to pursue acting. And so he would be seen again in another short-lived television series, 1997’s Camp Stories. He then played in American Pie, which went on to become an international hit that has spawned three sequels and four spinoffs. After that, Biggs accepted starring roles in movies such as Loser in 2000, and others. In 2001, Biggs starred in the comedy Saving Silverman.
He appeared in the 2002 Broadway production of The Graduate as Benjamin Braddock alongside Kathleen Turner and Alicia Silverstone. In 2003, Biggs appeared as Jerry Falk in the Woody Allen romantic comedy Anything Else. In the (2004–2005) season Biggs portrayed an Orthodox Jew in Daniel Goldfarb’s comedy, Modern Orthodox, staged at Dodger Stages theater in New York City.
In 2006, Biggs was seen in the MTV reality show Blowin’ Up with Jamie Kennedy and Stu Stone which led to his participation in a hip-hop recording with Bay Area rapper E-40. Biggs returned to the stage in the fall of 2008 in Howard Korder’s Boys’ Life at New York City’s Second Stage Theatre.
He has appeared in several other films, including Eight Below and Over Her Dead Body. In 2010, Biggs made his literary debut by contributing “Scratch-and-Sniff,” a poem about growing up in New Jersey, to the anthology What’s Your Exit? A Literary Detour through New Jersey, alongside writers such as Joyce Carol Oates, Tom Perrotta, Robert Pinsky, Gerald Stern, and J. Robert Lennon. In 2012, he contributed to the anthology, Oy! Only Six? Why Not More: Six-Word Memoirs on Jewish Life.
His contribution, “This is a Roman nose, OK?”, was both ironic and prescient: Biggs is not Jewish and the editor of the anthology is Larry Smith, creator of Six-Word Memoirs, who a year later would be the basis for Bigg’s Orange Is the New Black character, Larry Bloom. He departed the series in February 2015 after two seasons.
Biggs in March 2012, at the American Reunion premiere in Sydney, Australia
Biggs reprised his role as Jim Levenstein in American Reunion, which was released on April 6. 2012. In the summer of 2012, Biggs took a job voicing Leonardo on Nickelodeon in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He left the series during its second season and was temporarily replaced by Dominic Catrambone. Seth Green permanently took over the role from Biggs beginning in season 3. He also plays the cowbell in the supergroup Yukon Kornelius.
It was announced in September 2014 that Biggs would star on Broadway in The Heidi Chronicles. The play opened on March 19.
In December 2014, The Hollywood Reporter announced Biggs was cast to star in the comedy Amateur Night. Biggs plays a well-meaning expectant father who unwittingly accepts a job chauffeuring prostitutes (Janet Montgomery, Ashley Tisdale) around Los Angeles. Jenny Mollen, who is Biggs’ wife in real life, appears as his wife in the film.
Jason Biggs American Pie
He performed the role of “Jim Levenstein” in the film ” American Pie” which went on to become an international hit that has generated three series.
Jason Biggs Orange Is The New Black
He starred as Larry Bloom in the Netflix original series “Orange Is the New Black”. Larry Smith(The editor of the anthology) is the creator of Six-Word Memoirs, who a year later would be the basis for Bigg’s “Orange Is the New Black character, Larry Bloom. He departed the series in February 2015 after two seasons.
Jason Biggs Broadway
The actor debuted on “Broadway” in Conversations with My Father with Judd Hirsch. He appeared in the 2002 production of The Graduate as Benjamin Braddock alongside Kathleen Turner and Alicia Silverstone. On September 2014 it was reported that he would perform on the Broadway in “The Heidi Chronicles” which opened on 19th March in the same year.
Jason Biggs Drop The Mic Episode
Celebrity rap battle series Drop the Mic, hosted by Method Man and Hailey Bieber, returns for its third season with all new battles, epic insults, and new celebrity feuds brewing.
The competition show features celebrities from entertainment, music, sports and pop culture going against facing off in jaw-dropping rap battles. At the end of each head-to-head match, the studio audience votes to help determine the winner, but the final decision is up to Method Man.
Jason Biggs As The World Turns
He appeared on daytime from (1994 to 1995) as Pete Wendell on As the World Turns. Later as’ short stint in the daytime, he has gone on to have a successful career in movies most notably the American “Pie series”.
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