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Actor Born April 25, 1970, in Orange, CA; son of Greg (a car dealership manager) and Carol (a homemaker) Lee; married Carmen Llywellyn (an actress and photographer), 1995 (divorced, 2001); children: Pilot Inspektor Riesgraf-Lee (son; with Beth Riesgraf). Jason Lee stars in the NBC sitcom My Name Is Earl , the surprise comedy hit of the 2005-06 television season.
Television appearances include: Weapons of Mass Distraction , HBO, 1997; Perversions of Science , HBO, 1997; My Name Is Earl , NBC, 2005—. 1988-96; founder of Stereo Manufacturing (a skateboard company).
He played Skip Skiperton, an eccentric software tycoon, in the little-seen comedy.
Many more would see Lee in his next picture, the 1970s rock-star epic Almost Famous.
Janet Maslin, reviewing the 1997 release for the New York Times , noted that "Lee…
was the best thing in ' Mallrats' and is again darkly funny here." Lee ventured briefly into television that same year with an HBO movie, Weapons of Mass Distraction , and also appeared in one episode of a Twilight Zone ish series, also on HBO, called Perversions of Science.
He played a teenage drug customer, standing next to Jonze.In Mallrats , Lee played one half of a dejected pair who head to the mall to take their mind off their respective girlfriend problems.Ken Tucker, reviewing the comedy for Entertainment Weekly , singled out Lee's performance as "an impressively charming acting debut." Lee formally retired from the pro skateboarding circuit in 1996.He broke into major-budget Hollywood flicks with a supporting role in the 1998 action thriller Enemy of the State , but continued to work with Smith in such fare as Dogma , in which he played a demon.
Noted director Lawrence Kasdan cast him in Mumford , which seemed to mark his last appearance on film on a skateboard. He was active on the professional circuit for the better part of a decade, and his signature move was the 360 flip, which involved spinning the board underfoot into a full mid-air turn.