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ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS: CHIP-WRECKED

JASON LEE (Dave), with a flourishing career that includes an Independent Spirit Award for his performance in writer-director Kevin Smith's Chasing Amy, and memorable roles in features for Smith, Cameron Crowe and Lawrence Kasdan, has solidly established himself among critics, directors and peers.

In 2007, Lee starred in the blockbuster Alvin and the Chipmunks, which grossed over $350 million worldwide, then made a cameo appearance in the hit Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, released in December 2009.

In the can is the indie thriller Columbus Circle, written by Kevin Pollack. The film centers on a reclusive heiress in an upscale Manhattan apartment building who is brought face-to-face with her fears when a detective shows up to investigate a homicide that occurred in the apartment next door. Lee and Amy Smart play a couple who end up moving into the now empty apartment. The film, directed by George Gallo (Bad Boys), also stars Selma Blair and Giovanni Ribisi.

Currently, Lee can be seen on NBC's new hit comedy Up All Night. The series revolves around new parents Reagan (Christina Applegate) and Chris (Will Arnett). Chris is a stay-at-home dad, and Reagan produces a talk show for host and best friend Ava (Maya Rudolph). Lee plays the role of Kevin, their next door neighbor who unexpectedly sweeps Ava off her feet.

Lee starred for two seasons on the TNT series Memphis Beat. The guitar-laced sounds of Memphis set the stage for the hour-long show, in which Lee played Dwight Hendricks, a Memphis police detective with a deep connection to the city and its music.

Prior to Memphis Beat, Lee starred in and produced the NBC comedy series, My Name is Earl, about a hapless crook who has an epiphany after winning a small fortune in the lottery. Determined to change his karma, Earl sets out to right all the wrongs he has inflicted on others. Lee received two Golden Globe® nominations and two SAG Award™ nominations for his role of Earl Hickey. In addition, the show won the People's Choice Award for Favorite New Television Comedy. My Name is Earl was produced by 20th Century Fox Television and ran for four seasons.

Lee co-starred as the voice of Syndrome in Walt Disney Pictures' and Pixar's Award-winning animated feature The Incredibles. He voiced a character in Sony's motion-capture feature Monster House, about three teenagers who discover their neighbor's house is a monster. Additionally, Lee voiced the title character in Underdog, Spyglass Entertainment and Walt Disney Pictures' live-action adaptation of the classic 1960s cartoon.

Born and raised in Huntington Beach, CA, Lee turned a childhood pastime of skateboarding into a professional career. After moving to Los Angeles during his early twenties, he began developing an interest in acting.

Lee's big break came in 1995 with the lead role in writer-director Kevin Smith's comedy, Mallrats, in which Lee deftly portrayed the inconsiderate slacker, Brodie. Lee went on to star in Smith's Chasing Amy, for which the actor won an Independent Spirit Award for best supporting male for his role as Ben Affleck's insecure, outspoken roommate Banky. Lee went on to showcase his intuitive timing as the demonic Azrael in Smith's supernatural comedy, Dogma. He reunited with Smith in the comedies Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Clerks II, and Cop Out. In 2006, Lee wrote and directed the short film, The White Door, starring Giovanni Ribisi and Beth Riesgraf.

Lee starred in writer-director Cameron Crowe's ensemble feature, Almost Famous, in the role of Jeff Bebe, the lead singer of a 1970s rock band called Stillwater. The film won the Golden Globe award for Best Film. He then re-teamed with Crowe on Vanilla Sky, for Paramount Pictures. Lee played the best friend to Tom Cruise's character.

After working with director Lawrence Kasdan in the ensemble comedy, Mumford, Lee reunited for the director's suspense thriller, Dreamcatcher. Other film credits include writer-director Rebecca Miller's The Ballad of Jack and Rose, with Daniel Day-Lewis and Catherine Keener, director Barry Sonnenfeld's ensemble comedy, Big Trouble, Enemy of the State, and Kissing a Fool.

Lee is a professional photographer, as well as an avid supporter and collector of the arts. He is also actively involved with his skateboard company, Stereo Sound Agency, which recently celebrated its 15-year anniversary.

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