A D V E R T I S E M E N T
  • My Info

    Name:Jason Lee
    Lives In:Silverlake, California
    United States
    Hometown:Huntington Beach, California
    United States
    Age:43
    Birthday:April 25, 1970
    Gender:Male
  • My Sports

    Skateboarding

  • News

    Stereo Skateboards founders muse on its beginnings

    Contributed by Janos Palko

    Monday, September 10, 2012 10:54am

    Mondays are a great time for nostalgia, and for this look no further than this little bio on Stereo Skateboards with founders Jason Lee and Chris Pastras. Lee is now a celebrity thanks to numerous movie and television roles, including roles in movie "Mallrats" and television series "My Name is Earl," but before the Hollywood life Jason and Chris started a skateboarding company from humble beginnings on the East Coast. The pair has recently set out to revamp the brand a bit, aiming to..

    Stereo skateboards Retro Vinyl Cruiser

    Thursday, November 10, 2011 5:17pm

    Behind The Scenes: Video Days Reunion Shoot

    Tuesday, January 18, 2011 11:29am

    An Acting Lesson From Jason Lee

    Wednesday, February 17, 2010 5:54pm

  • About

    Jason Lee is an actor and former professional skateboarder.

    Jason Lee was a professional skateboarder in the late 80s and early 90s. In 1992, he started Stereo Skateboards with Chris Pastras, which he later revived with Chris in 2003 after the company had slowed down to a near halt.

    He had a signature shoe with Airwalk and has worked with Tony Hawk on video games as well. In the 90s, however, Lee left professional skateboarding to pursue acting full time.

    He has been in many of Kevin Smith's most popular movies, including Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Jersey Girl, and Clerks II. He won an Indpendent Spirit Award for his part in Chasing Amy.

    He had a lead role with fellow skater/actor Tom Green in the movie Stealing Harvard. He did the voices of Syndrome in the animated movie The Incredibles and also the voice of Underdog in the self-titled animated movie.

    He is the lead role in Alvin and the Chipmunks, a 2007 animated film. Lee's most prominent role, however, would have to be his lead part in the 2005 hit NBC sitcom My Name Is Earl.

    He is a Scientologist, collects rare motorcycles, and is twice divorced (currently with his third wife and has a son and a daughter).
  • My Brands

    Jason Lee is linked to 3 brands on GrindTV.

  • My Videos

    Jason Lee has been tagged in 8 videos on GrindTV.

    One Of Jason Lee's Many Impressions

    One Of Jason Lee's Many Im..

    4 years ago

    516 views

    On Video skateboarding: Summer 2003 part 10

    On Video skateboarding: Su..

    5 years ago

    2,163 views

    On Video skateboarding: Summer 2003 part 9

    On Video skateboarding: Su..

    5 years ago

    798 views

    On Video skateboarding: Summer 2003 part 8

    On Video skateboarding: Su..

    5 years ago

    392 views

    On Video skateboarding: Summer 2003 part 7

    On Video skateboarding: Su..

    5 years ago

    573 views

  • 4 Comments

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    bskate11

    Posted by bskate11 July 30, 2009 02:29pm PDTReply | Report Abuse

    how did he get into acting

    camtheskater

    Posted by camtheskater July 8, 2009 06:26pm PDTReply | Report Abuse

    my name is earl is hilarious

    lipeczdani

    Reply by lipeczdani December 31, 2010 02:32am PSTReport Abuse

    hell yeah

    justskate724

    Posted by justskate724 February 28, 2008 09:59pm PSTReply | Report Abuse

    whats up add me man

    3deditor

    Posted by 3deditor January 2, 2008 02:26pm PSTReply | Report Abuse

    Hey Jason, you may know me through my Bro Terry Trimble during CASL days in the late 80's early 90's.My name is John Trimble. Do you still skate once in a while? Or do you have no time with all the acting? Loved Alvin and the Chipmunks btw. Great movie! I'm studying 3D animation right now myself. when you have the time, check out the 6 minute skate vid on my profile here at GrindTV I compiled about a year ago.

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