A multiple award nominee, Jason Lee's flourishing career includes two Golden Globe and two Screen Actors Guild (SAG) nominations for his starring role as 'Earl Hickey' on the hit comedy series "My Name Is Earl." Lee not only starred, but also served as a producer on the show.
Lee's big break came in 1995 with the lead role in the comedy "Mallrats." He then went on to star in "Chasing Amy" (for which he won an Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male Actor) and in the supernatural comedy "Dogma."
Lee co-starred in Cameron Crowe's Golden Globe-winning ensemble feature, "Almost Famous." He then re-teamed with Crowe on the writer-director's film "Vanilla Sky." In addition, Lee co-starred as the voice of "Syndrome" in the Academy Award-winning animated feature "The Incredibles," and starred in the feature films "Alvin and the Chipmunks" and "Alvin and The Chipmunks: The Squeakquel." Some of his other credits include "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back," "Clerks II," "Mumford" and "Dreamcatcher."
Ethan Suplee stars as 'Randy' on "My Name is Earl." He has amassed a diverse and eclectic body of work, ranging from comedic performances in feature films such as "Mallrats" and "Without a Paddle" to hauntingly dramatic pieces such as "American History X," "Blow" and "Cold Mountain."
His breakthrough performance as a young football player in "Remember the Titans" with Denzel Washington garnered him critical acclaim and led to another role opposite Washington in director Nick Cassavetes' thriller "John Q."
He co-stars opposite Hugh Jackman and Rachel Weisz in director Darren Aronofsky's "The Fountain," and opposite Seann William Scott, Billy Bob Thornton and Susan Sarandon in "Mr. Woodcock." Suplee's other credits include "Chasing Amy," "Clerks II," "Art School Confidential" and "Without a Paddle."
Jaime Pressly's critically acclaimed performance as 'Joy' on "My Name Is Earl" was recognized with an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress.
Pressly has enjoyed box-office success in many films, including a starring role as "Claire Manning," the female lead in "Ticker," and in "The Adventures of Joe Dirt." Pressly also displayed her athleticism and grace as a strong-willed biker girl in the action-thriller film "Torque."
Pressly also can be seen in the independent feature films "DOA: Dead or Alive" and "Venus & Vegas."
Eddie Steeples' versatility as an actor has allowed him to play a number of interesting roles, including 'Darnell' on the hit comedy series "My Name Is Earl." He originally flexed his comedic skills as the Rubberband Man in the Emmy-nominated Office Max commercials and on the groundbreaking series "The Chris Rock Show."
Steeples has played leading roles in several independent features such as "Caravan Summer" and "People Are Dead." He played a dramatic lead in the award-winning short film "Whoa," which premiered at Sundance, and received considerable attention for his role in "Torque."
Steeples also starred in the critically-acclaimed film "Akeelah and the Bee," and continues to be a member of the musical group "No Surrender," which mixes influences from rock, hip-hop and soul.
Prior to her role as 'Catalina' on the hit NBC series "My Name Is Earl," Velazquez spent her first three years in Hollywood honing her skills in "Biker Boyz," "Chasing Papi," "Sueno," "Entourage," "The Bold and the Beautiful," "Las Vegas" and "The Last Ride."
Velazquez can also be seen in the feature film "War" opposite Jason Statham and Jet Li, and as the lead role in the original movie "Kings of South Beach."