Jason Biggs is an American actor, who became world famous for his famous "cake scene" in "American Pie". With the help of a warm apple pie, he wants to find out in the film, how sex feels.
Jason Biggs was born on 12th May 1978 to parents who were Italian Americans. His acting career began at the age of five by appearing in various national advertising campaigns. From 1991 he played in the sitcom Drexell's Class of the station FOX, which was canceled after a season again. In the same year he made his Broadway debut alongside Judd Hirsch in the play Conversations with My Father (Conversations with My Father) by Herb Gardner. In 1994 and 1995 Biggs played the role of Pete Wendell in the soap opera Young and passionate - How life is like this.
After leaving high school in 1996, he briefly began studying at New York University and Montclair State University in New Jersey. He broke off, however, to continue working as an actor. In 1997 he co-starred in the short-running television series Camp Stories.
1999 Biggs made a breakthrough with the teen - comedy American Pie - As a hot apple pie. His talent surprised agents and critics, and from then on he could choose from a variety of role offerings. He then played in Roles in film comedies Loser - also losers have luck, Boys and Girls, and American Pie 2.