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The Real Reason You Don't Hear From Jason Lee Anymore

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Published on 19 Jun 2020 / In Film Trailers

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With a background in pro skateboarding, Jason Lee made an unexpected mark in Hollywood when he starred as the comedic antihero Brodie Bruce in 1995's Kevin Smith-directed cult hit, Mallrats. Lee then quickly rose through the ranks, appearing in Chasing Amy, Dogma and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. Then, from the indxie film world to mainstream TV, Lee's most prominent role came with NBC's comedy hit My Name is Earl which garnered him multiple award nominations. A multi-faceted artist, Lee maintained an actively creative lifestyle after the show went off the air. Here's a closer look at what he's been up to since he shaved off Earl's mustache…

Behind the camera | 0:42
Religion gets personal | 1:04
The Chipmunks dynasty | 1:43
Jason Lee, voice actor | 2:19
A less-than triumphant return | 2:57
Staying true to his roots | 3:55
Moving out of Hollywood | 4:24

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