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In the last two years of the decade, Kennedy played roles in the independent drama “Stricken” (1998, directed by Paul Chilsen), the drama “Starstruck” (1998, starred as George Gordon Flynn), the thriller “The Pass” (1998, with William Forsythe and James Le Gros), director/writer Steven Ho’s comedy “Soundman” (1998, voiced Frank’s Assistant & Marty) and the comedy “The Debtors” (1999, starred Michael Caine).

Russell’s acclaimed “Three Kings” (1999), “Boiler Room” (2000), “The Specials” (2000), “Max Keeble’s Big Move” (2001), “Malibu's Most Wanted” (2003, earned a Teen Choice nomination) and “Kickin It Old Skool” (2007).

On the small screen, Kennedy hosted and starred in the comedy show “The Jamie Kennedy Experiment” (The WB, 2002-2004), which he created and produced. His debut album, “Blowin’ Up” (2006), featuring tracks recorded during the filming of the TV series of the same name, peaked at No. Kennedy, who was handed a 2004 Show East Convention for Comedy Star of Tomorrow, owns a production company called “Wannabe Producers,” which he founded with Josh Eting.

In 1997, Kennedy supported Toni Collette, Parker Posey, Lisa Kudrow and Alanna Ubach in the Jill Sprecher successful movie “Clockwatchers,” played heroin junkie Tommy in the comedy “Bongwater,” which starred Luke Wilson and Alicia Witt, worked with Veronica Cartwright and Don Harvey in Darren Stein’s “Sparkler,” appeared as a street hustler in James L.

Brooks’ well received comedy “As Good As It Gets,” starring Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt, and starred in Kate William's “Coax.” He also reprised his role of Randy Meeks in the sequel “Scream 2,” from which he won a Blockbuster Entertainment award for Favorite Supporting Actor for his performance.

Pennsylvania The youngest of six children, James Harvey Kennedy, professionally known as Jamie Kennedy, was born on May 25, 1970, in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, to a machinist father and an accountant and paralegal mother. James, whose nicknames are J and Harvey, graduated from Monsignor Bonner High School in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, in 1988.

He further pursued his studies at Delaware County Community College before moving to Los Angeles to launch a career as an extra.

In one of his comedy performances, he was discovered by an independent filmmaker and cast in the role of Brad in the comedy film “The Road to Flin Flon.” Made in the early 1990s, the film, however, was shelved for a number of years before being released in 2000.

Kennedy made his television acting debut in episodes of the family series “California Dreams” (1994).

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He later enrolled at the British American Drama Academy, the same school attended by Paul Rudd, Paul Giamatti, David Schwimmer, Orlando Bloom, Dan Futterman and Oliver Platt.