American Pie actor distances himself from insane look-a-like Clemson fan, To change hairstyle

Posted: September 24, 2009 in People We Might Want to Waterboard

A week after a Clemson football fan’s nationally televised tirade went viral on the internet American Pie star Jason Biggs is speaking out against the backlash that he has received over the fact that the kid had copied his no parting hair style.

Jason Biggs above in 1999's American Pie gave the green light for young males to stop parting their hair.    Below a recent photo of Biggs with curls trying to distance himself from an insane look-a-like Clemson fan.

Jason Biggs above in 1999's American Pie gave the green light for young males to stop parting their hair. Below a recent photo of Biggs with curls trying to distance himself from an insane look-a-like Clemson fan.

The hair style where young males with really short straight hair choose to not part it to either the statistically most popular right, or left, or even down the middle, was made popular by Biggs, in his portrayal of desperately trying to get laid Jim Levinstein in the American Pie movies.

“I’ve taken enough abuse over the 3rd and 4th American Pie Movies and I wasn’t even in the 4th one, and now this,” Biggs told ACC Football Insider. “Just because a kid looks exactly like me and goes nuts over Clemson blowing a football game, doesn’t mean me and the dozens of other Americans that choose not to part our hair to the left or right need to get beat up over it.”

The Clemson fan, identified as Timmy Wilson of Greenville, SC had idolized Biggs performance in the American Pie movies. One would have guessed that was before he saw the debacle of the American Pie Wedding.   Wilson’s tantrum was caught live on tape by ESPN’s booth team of Chris Fowler, Craig James and Jesse Palmer.

Biggs remained defiant over his Clemson fan twin making a mockery of his monk like haircut, but meanwhile, in a move that may have been made to distance himself, new tabloid photographic evidence suggested that Biggs had started to grow and curl his hair.   This technique is popular with young men who have an aversion for combing hair parts to the right or left, in compliance with the rest of society.

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