Jason Biggs

Actor Biography

Jason Biggs was most recently seen starring on Broadway in the critically acclaimed Heidi Chronicles opposite Elisabeth Moss. Biggs also starred in Jenji Kohan's Emmy nominated Netflix series Orange is the New Black, which is based on the book by Piper Kerman. Biggs played Larry Bloom, the fiancé of Piper Chapman, played by Taylor Schilling, who is imprisoned for drug-dealing. Up next, Jason can be seen starring in the film Amateur Night, alongside Jenny Mollen, Ashley Tisdale and Janet Montgomery.

Biggs last starred on the big screen opposite Joel David Moore in the indie political dramedy Grassroots, which was directed by Stephen Gyllenhaal and distributed by Samuel Goldwyn films. In April the same year, Biggs starred in and served as producer on American Reunion, the internationally successful follow-up to the American Pie trilogy of films in which he also starred. Combined, the films made nearly $1 billion worldwide and helped cement Biggs as a household name. 

Other film credits include Jersey Girl, written and directed by Kevin Smith, in which he starred alongside Ben Affleck and Liv Tyler; the Woody Allen project, Anything Else; the film adaptation of Elizabeth Wurtzel's best-selling biography Prozac Nation; the romantic comedy Saving Silverman; the Amy Heckerling film Loser; the romantic comedy Boys and Girls; Saul Metztein's black comedy Guy X; the Disney hit 8 Below; Over My Dead Body, a romantic comedy with Paul Rudd and Eva Longoria; Lionsgate's romantic comedy My Best Friend's Girl, opposite Kate Hudson, and Universal's Life Happens opposite Krysten Ritter, Kate Bosworth and Rachel Bilson.

Biggs began his career in television on Drexell's Class, followed by the soap opera As the World Turns, for which he was nominated for a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series. He also appeared on the shows Mad Love, Drexel's Class and Total Security. Most recently, Biggs reprised his notable role of Dylan Stack in CBS's The Good Wife.

At age thirteen, he made his Broadway debut opposite Judd Hirsch in the critically acclaimed Broadway play, Conversations with My Father. Other theater credits include the Broadway production of The Graduate, opposite Kathleen Turner; Boy's Life, a coming-of-age comedy for Second Stage Theater directed by Michael Greif; and Daniel Goldfarb's play Modern Orthodox, in which he starred off-Broadway opposite Craig Bierko and Molly Ringwald, directed by James Lapine. 

The Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey native started acting at the age of five, with national commercials and modeling. He currently resides in New York.