Jason Lee of 'My Name Is Earl' Sells L.A. Home
"My Name is Earl," the 2005-2009 TV comedy about a lovable petty thief trying to make amends to all those he wronged, thrust Lee into the spotlight as an actor. Lee already had established himself as a professional skateboarder; he and Tony Hawk were the first two skateboarders to get signature shoe deals with Airwalk.
When "Earl" was canceled, Lee -- sans the moustache -- got the role of a quirky police detective on TNT's "Memphis Beat." He's also done voices in numerous animated films and, as they say in Hollywood these days, voicing is the new normal when it comes to steady work and paying the bills.
motorcycles that he collects. The dining room has polished concrete flooring and a wall of sliding glass French doors.
Richard Klug of Sotheby's International Realty, Beverly Hills, had the listing.
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