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Biography #2 (for American Wedding)

In the summer of 1999, relative unknown Jason Biggs became one of Hollywood's most talked about actors for his role as Jim in Universal's blockbuster comedy, American Pie. Since the film's release, Biggs has become one of the most sought-after young actors in Hollywood.

Biggs was most recently seen reprising his role of Jim in American Pie 2, but has been busy behind the camera with several other projects. Upcoming films include a starring role opposite Christina Ricci in the romantic comedy Anything Else, directed by Woody Allen and to be released this September. He will also be starring opposite Ricci in the film adaptation of Elizabeth Wurtzel's best-selling biography, Prozac Nation, which will be released this winter. The actor also has a starring role in Kevin Smith's upcoming comedy Jersey Girl, due out early next year. Previous credits include starring roles in Saving Silverman and Loser.

Last year, Biggs returned to Broadway opposite Kathleen Turner and Alicia Silverstone in the stage version of The Graduate.

His past television credits include co-starring roles in Drexel's Class and Total Security. His portrayal of Pete Wendell on the daytime drama As the World Turns garnered him several nominations, including the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series.

For his role in American Pie, Jason was nominated for two MTV Movie Awards (Best Comedic Performance and Best Breakthrough Male Performance), as well as for a Blockbuster Award and a Movieline Magazine Award.

The Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey native started acting at the age of five with national commercials and modeling. At age 13, he made his Broadway debut opposite Judd Hirsch in the critically acclaimed Broadway play Conversations with My Father.

Bio courtesy Universal Pictures for "American Wedding" (03-Aug-2003)