Jason M. Biggs was born on May 12, 1978, in Pompton Plains, New Jersey. Jason first came into the spotlight In 1991 when at 13 he won a part on the FOX sitcom “Drexell’s Class” (1991), unfortunately the show was canceled after only one season, Jason then went on to make his Broadway Debut appearance opposite Judd Hirsch in the play, Conversations With My Father. The play helped earn him a spot on “As the World Turns” (1956), as the rebellious Pete Wendall. He received a nomination for best young actor in the drama series at the Daytime Emmy awards.
Jason studied briefly at New York University and Montclair State University in New Jersey but dropped out to pursue acting again. In 1997, he costarred in the short lived television series Camp Stories (1997). In 1999 came his breakthrough role in the teen sex comedy American Pie (1999). His performance shocked yet wooed audiences, critics, and casting agents to bring him for the first time the chance to choose new roles and scripts.
Jason has been back for the past three full cinema release Pie films and returns in 2012 alongside Alyson Hannigan to reprise his role as Jim Levenstein.