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.
Eugene Levy (Jim’s Dad) is perhaps best known as Jim’s Dad, the go-with-the-flow parent he created in the classic American Pie and re-created in American Pie 2.
He has also co-starred in Christopher Guest’s Best In Show, Waiting For Guffman and the recent A Mighty Wind, sharing writing credits on all three films.
Levy’s other film credits include the recent Dumb and Dumberer, Like Mike, Almost Heroes, Father of the Bride 2, Multiplicity and Once Upon A Crime. Levy was also recently seen in the hit film Bringing Down the House, starring with Steve Martin and Queen Latifah.
The veteran actor began his career as both an actor and a writer on the acclaimed comedy series SCTV, on which he starred for eight seasons, portraying a gallery of memorable characters, including Earl Camembert, Bobby Bittman, Alex Trebel and Stan Schmenge.
Other television credits include Hiller and Diller, Mad About You, The Drew Carey Show, Billy Crystal’s Don’t Get Me Started, Bride of Boogedy, The Last Polka, The Enigma of Bobby Bittman (which he also wrote and directed), Maniac Mansion (which he produced), and Showtime’s Sodbusters (which he co-wrote and directed).
He recently starred in Fox television’s new series Greg the Bunny.
Release Date: 15 August 2003
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