Jason Biggs is a famous celebrity from Hollywood, who mostly appears in comedies. It’s been asserted the present sum of Jason Biggs net worth is 22 million dollars. Jason Biggs likely is generally recognized from “American Pie” movies, where he portrayed a character of Jim Levenstein. These pictures added lots of sales to Jason Biggs net worth, also, since they were understood as high grossing ones. Along with this appearance, Jason Biggs can be understood in the cartoon of “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”, where he’s a voice actor of Leonardo.
Jason Biggs Net Worth $22 Million Dollars
His mom is regarded as a nurse and his dad is working as a supervisor in one shipping company. When Jason was studying in high school, Jason Biggs was quite gifted in tennis. After finishing high school, Jason Biggs was taken to Montclair State University, yet, after three weeks he stopped it.
Afterwards, Jason Biggs was casted to appear in a film, which made him a breakthrough celebrity, that being “American Pie”. This film additionally added enormous amounts of cash to Jason Biggs net worth. He’s appeared in all three parts of the film, yet, Jason Biggs failed to star in the spin offs of it. In 2002, Jason appeared in another production of Broadway, that has been called “The Graduate” and where he starred as Benjamin Braddock. In this production, Jason appeared with stars, like Alicia Silverstone and Kathleen Turner.
When he was 5 years old, Jason Biggs started taking acting lessons. In 1991, Jason debuted on TV displays, when he was casted to appear in TV series called “Drexell’s Class”. But these TV series were shortly cancelled. For his appearance inside, Jason Biggs was even nominated for an Emmy award. In 2010, other movies also debuted as a writer with leading to compose a poem called “Scratch and Sniff”.
May 12, 1978
Pompton Plains, Pequannock, New Jersey, United States
5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Actor, Television producer, Voice Actor, Film Producer, Musician
Hasbrouck Heights High School, New York University
United States of America
Jenny Mollen (m. 2008)
Gary Biggs, Angela Biggs
Chiara Biggs, Heather Biggs
MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, Young Hollywood Award for Best Ensemble Cast
Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Liplock, Teen Choice Award for Choice Hissy Fit: Film, MTV Movie Award for Best Comedic Performance, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Chemistry, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series, MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance - Male, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actor: Comedy, MTV Movie Award for Best Line, Teen Choice Award for Film - Wipeout Scene of the Summer, Teen Choice Award for Film - Choice Actor
American Reunion, American Pie, American Pie 2, Amateur Night, American Wedding, Loser, Wedding Daze, Saving Silverman, Anything Else, My Best Friend's Girl, Eight Below, Over Her Dead Body, Jersey Girl, Boys and Girls, Prozac Nation, Lower Learning, Guy X, L!fe Happens, Camp Stories, Farce of the Penguins, The Third Rule, The Boy Who Cried Bitch, Kidnapping Caitlynn, Grassroots, Remember Me, Happiness Isn't Everything, Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel, True Love
Mad Love, Drexell's Class, Orange Is the New Black, The View, Chelsea Does
Lived with girlfriend Lindsay Zir in Los Angeles from December of 2004 to February 2007. They had two dogs.
In an interview with Kevin Pollak in 2012, he mentioned that his paternal grandfather was of English descent, and his other grandparents were of Italian (including Sicilian) ancestry. "Biggs" is an English surname.
Is an avid snowboarder and mountain bike enthusiast.
Worked at the GAP Kids at the Garden State Mall in Paramus, NJ.
[on American Reunion (2012)] A lot of us had nervous butterflies because it had been a long time since we had seen each other. It took all of ten minutes before we were back to our old ways. We have a shorthand and a comfort level with each other that we can go that long without seeing each other and it doesn't matter.
"I'm still never able to order pie without the server giving me a little smirk or going back to the kitchen and saying 'Oh my God, the pie guy just ordered a piece of apple pie!'" - on the effects of his role in American Pie.
[on the American Pie sequel] "It might be fun to make it with a lemon merigue."
In high school, I got picked on. It's funny that I got tormented for what I'm doing now - the acting thing. People would see me in a Nickelodeon commercial, and I would hear about it the next day at school. Kids would say, 'Hi, TV Boy.' They heckled. I never got beat up.
Everywhere you turn, you see me in a movie, and I'm sorry. At this point, people must be saying, 'God, Biggs again? Can't we get away from this guy?'