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Born and raised in Southern California, '''Jason Michael Lee''' (born April 25, 1970) took up skateboarding at age thirteen where he would drop out of high school to become a professional skateboarder. By eighteen, he was on the professional skateboarding circuit, where he wowed legions of young fans and popularized a move called the "360 flip." Inspired to tap into the commercial aspect of the sport, Lee and a friend started the twin companies "Stereo Skateboards" and "Stereo Sounds Clothing."

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Born and raised in Southern California, '''Jason Michael Lee''' (born April 25, 1970) 1970 in Santa Ana, California) took up skateboarding at age thirteen where he would drop out of high school to become a professional skateboarder. By eighteen, he was on the professional skateboarding circuit, where he wowed legions of young fans and popularized a move called the "360 flip." Inspired to tap into the commercial aspect of the sport, Lee and a friend started the twin companies "Stereo Skateboards" and "Stereo Sounds Clothing."



Lee lives in Denton, TX as of late 2015, and is blamed for all problems; especially when it comes to gentrification, or when a beloved music venue or restaurant closes.


* RoleReprisal: As [[Film/{{Mallrats}} Brodie]] and [[Film/ChasingAmy Banky]] in ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack''.
* [[WhoNamesTheirKidDude Who Names Their Kid “Pilot Inspektor”?]]: Apparently infamous for this.

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* RoleReprisal: RoleReprise: As [[Film/{{Mallrats}} Brodie]] and [[Film/ChasingAmy Banky]] in ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack''.
* [[WhoNamesTheirKidDude Who Names Their Kid “Pilot Inspektor”?]]: %%* WhoNamesTheirKidDude: Apparently infamous for this.this. -- add context, please


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* ''Kissing A Fool'' (1998) – Jay Murphy

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* ''Kissing A Fool'' ''Film/KissingAFool'' (1998) – Jay Murphy


** ''[[PixarShorts Jack-Jack Attack]]'' (2005)

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** ''[[PixarShorts ''[[WesternAnimation/PixarShorts Jack-Jack Attack]]'' (2005)

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** ''VideoGame/DisneyInfinity'' (2013)


* ActingForTwo: In ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack''. See the first example of {{role reprisal}} below.
* ActorAllusion: In ''Film/{{Mumford}}'', Jason’s character Skip skateboards inside his building to meet Dr. Mumford. As mentioned above, Lee is a professional skateboarder.
** When his character Dave gets fired and comes back home in ''Film/AlvinAndTheChipmunks'', he says "You know, if I made a list of my worst days ever, guess what, today would be at the top of the list" is [[ShoutOut a reference]] to him making a list he makes as [[Series/MyNameIsEarl Earl Hickey]].
*** Then in ''The Squeakquel'', he, a professional skateboarder, trips over a skateboard.
** When Mr. Incredible tries to remember Jason Lee’s Syndrome character’s name when said character was young in ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'', the first name guessed is [[Film/{{Mallrats}} Brodie]].
** He voices Coach Frank in ''VideoGame/{{Skate}} 3'', a skateboarding video game.
* NamesTheSame: Was once on the same flight from [=LAX=] to Montreal with ''another'' Jason Lee where both were called to the front desk due to a seating mix-up during check-in.
** Also shares the same name as an anime voice-actor who adopted the stage name "Jaxon Lee" per Screen Guild Actor regulations.


* ''{{Monster House}}'' (2006) – Bones

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* ''{{Monster House}}'' ''WesternAnimation/MonsterHouse'' (2006) – Bones


Lee lives in Denton, TX as of late 2015, and is blamed for all problems, especially when it comes to gentrification, or when a beloved music venue or restaurant closes.

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Lee lives in Denton, TX as of late 2015, and is blamed for all problems, problems; especially when it comes to gentrification, or when a beloved music venue or restaurant closes.


Lee lives in Denton, TX as of late 2015, and is blamed for all problems, especially when it comes to gentrification, or when a beloved music venue or restaurant closes.



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* ''{{Up All Night}} ''(2011) – Kevin

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* ''{{Up All Night}} ''Series/UpAllNight ''(2011) – Kevin

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* ''WesternAnimation/WeBareBears'' (2015) - Charlie


** When Mr. Incredible tries to remember Jason Lee’s Syndrome character’s name when said character was young in ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'', the first name guessed is [[{{Mallrats}} Brodie]].

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** When Mr. Incredible tries to remember Jason Lee’s Syndrome character’s name when said character was young in ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'', the first name guessed is [[{{Mallrats}} [[Film/{{Mallrats}} Brodie]].


Along with Tony Hawk, Lee was one of the first two skateboarders to receive a signature shoe with the Airwalk Company during his skateboarding days. In the early 1990s, Lee took his tricks in front of the camera, appearing in several music videos, including one for the Sonic Youth song "100%," directed by Spike Jonze. Lee got his first taste of straight acting the next year when he turned up alongside Jonze as a teenage drug customer in Allison Anders's ''Mi Vida Loca''.

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Along with Tony Hawk, Lee was one of the first two skateboarders to receive a signature shoe with the Airwalk Company during his skateboarding days. In the early 1990s, Lee took his tricks in front of the camera, appearing in several music videos, including one for the Sonic Youth song "100%," directed by Spike Jonze.Jonze, who directed skate videos such as the classic Video Days. Lee got his first taste of straight acting the next year when he turned up alongside Jonze as a teenage drug customer in Allison Anders's ''Mi Vida Loca''.

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