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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).