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Two sequels followed, and Biggs—a New Jersey native who played nice guy Jim Levenstein—parlayed the exposure (so to speak) into a starring role in Woody Allen's Anything Else and a return to Broadway in 2002 opposite Kathleen Turner in The Graduate. But even while maturing offscreen and marrying actress Jenny Mollen in 2008, Biggs could never quite shake the scent of American Pie. Jason Biggs and Jenny Mollen will host a game show called will have married couples face off in a series of challenges based off relationship obstacles.The show, which will air for ten episodes on the Lifetime network was announced this Friday during the TCA upfronts. I hear you're going full-frontal in American Reunion. ELLE: Are you saying America wants to see your junk? We should have known it would be a comedy of errors. But of course, with the two of us, nothing goes right. Among other mishaps, a faulty ATM kept you from paying up front.
It was a generation-defining film—the Breakfast Club of its era—telling the story of four hapless teenagers desperate to lose their virginity before the prom, and propelling the unknown cast to silly stardom. He's going to be an annoying little douche." Well, I'm not that guy. They have expressed their hesitation at working together, especially during the film.“We’re married first and we don’t want to do anything that could possibly jeopardize that,” Biggs said.Biggs and Mollen are not only the hosts, but are listed among the producers as well.Mollen made the announcement on her Instagram account this weekend. When asked about working together, they had some seriously funny yet sound advice.