Jason Lee Net Worth

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jason lee net worthJason Michael Lee is an American actor, photographer, producer, skateboarder and comedian. He is best known for his roles as Earl Hickey in the television comedy series My Name Is Earl, David Seville in the live action/CGI Alvin and the Chipmunks, and the voice of Syndrome in The Incredibles.

Jason Lee Net Worth 2019 is $20 Million

First Name Jason
Middle Name Michael
Last Name Lee
Full Name at Birth Jason Michael Lee
Age 47 years
Birthday 25th April, 1970
Birthplace Huntington Beach, CA
Height 6′ 1½” (187 cm)
Build Athletic
Eye Color Brown – Dark
Hair Color Brown – Dark
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Sexuality Straight
Religion Scientology
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
High School Ocean View High School, Huntington Beach, CA (dropped out)
Occupation Text Actor, Comedian, Voice actor, Producer, Professional skateboarder
Occupation Actor
Claim to Fame Mallrats
Year(s) Active 1989–present, 1988–present
Talent Agency (e.g. Modelling) Ribisi Entertainment Group
Brand Endorsement TV commercials for Outdoor Life Networks’ broadcast of the 2004 Tour de France (Spring-Summer, 2004)., (2009) TV commercial for Vonage
Official Websites www.nndb.com/people/193/000024121/

Best known for playing the lead role in the NBC comedy series My Name is Earl , he’s also played prominent roles in a number of films by director Kevin Smith , including Mallrats , Chasing Amy , Dogma , and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back . In 2019, Jason Lee Net Worth is $20 Million.

Family Life

He married Carmen Llywelyn in 1995 and the couple divorced in 2001. He then began dating Beth Riesgraf and the couple soon welcomed a son named Pilot Inspektor Lee . Following their break up, he married Ceren Alkaç, and the couple welcomed a daughter, Casper, and a son, Sonny.

How Much is Jason Lee Worth?

According to Forbes, Jason Lee Net Worth 2019 is $20 Million.

Associated

He played a supporting role alongside Billy Crudup , Kate Hudson , and Patrick Fugit in the 2000 film Almost Famous .

Trivia

He voiced the character Syndrome in the film The Incredibles and, in 2015, he began voicing the character Charlie on the Cartoon Network series We Bare Bears .

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