Jason Segel broke out in feature films by having top-billing in “Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” which he starred in and wrote, and for his role in the film “Knocked Up.” In addition, he wrote, produced and starred in “The Muppets,” which garnered great success at the box office, and “The Five Year Engagement.” Segel's other feature film credits include “I Love You, Man” and “Jeff Who Lives at Home,” among many others.
His television credits include the role of Nick Andopolis in the series “Freaks and Geeks” and a recurring role on “Undeclared.”
This year Jason signed a three-book deal with Random House for a middle-grade series, “Nightmares!” Kirsten Miller (Kiki Strike) will co-author it with Jason.
Additionally, Segel’s voice can be heard in the animated movie “Despicable Me.”
He was born and raised in Los Angeles, where he lives. His birth date is Jan. 18.
Follow Jason on Twitter @JasonSegel.