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As he later recalled in an interview with Robert Abele for In Style , "I was thinking, Wow, this is what it's like to be in a movie.
I'm in a scene right now, and I can see the camera. " Again, he was instantly hooked and began auditioning for television parts, but his efforts amounted to nil until he began dating a woman whose brother was the actor Giovanni Ribisi.
Hooked instantly, Lee spent most of his free hours perfecting his craft, and eventually dropped out of Ocean View High School in Huntington Beach to turn pro.
"My mom was a little upset about it, " he admitted to People 's Michelle Tauber. Lee's skateboarding talents netted him an endorsement deal with Airwalk for his own shoe, and he eventually formed a company with a friend that sold clothes and gear to other skateboard enthusiasts.
His next project was in another film by Smith, Chasing Amy , in which he played Banky Edwards, best friend to Ben Affleck's Holden Mc Neil.
The pals' comic-book authorship success and friendship is threatened thanks to Holden's crush on Joey Lauren Adams's character, who may or may not be gay.
Actor in films, including: Mi vida loca—My Crazy Life , 1993; Mallrats , 1995; Chasing Amy , 1997; Enemy of the State , 1998; Kissing a Fool , 1998; Dogma , 1999; Mumford , 1999; Almost Famous , 2000; Vanilla Sky , 2001; Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back , 2001; Heartbreakers , 2001; Stealing Harvard , 2002; Dreamcatcher , 2003; A Guy Thing , 2003; Jersey Girl , 2004; The Incredibles (voice), 2004; The Ballad of Jack and Rose , 2005; Drop Dead Sexy , 2005; Monster House (voice), 2006; Clerks II , 2006.
He went on to appear in Heartbreakers , his third film of 2001, and with Tom Green and Megan Mullally in Stealing Harvard the following year. I really put them through the wringer." Lee eventually agreed—on paper, and with ink—to play the harmlessly sociopathic trailer-park-dweller Earl Hickey in the wickedly funny NBC sitcom that debuted in September of 2005. Janet Maslin, reviewing the 1997 release for the New York Times , noted that "Lee…was the best thing in ' Mallrats' and is again darkly funny here." Lee ventured briefly into television that same year with an HBO movie, Weapons of Mass Distraction , and also appeared in one episode of a Twilight Zone ish series, also on HBO, called Perversions of Science.He played Skip Skiperton, an eccentric software tycoon, in the little-seen comedy.
Many more would see Lee in his next picture, the 1970s rock-star epic Almost Famous. The Ribisis' mother, in turn, was a talent manager who helped Lee land his first real part, a lead in the 1995 Kevin Smith comedy Mallrats.