Jason Biggs

Can the hosts of HuffPost’s “Here To Make Friends” steal you away for a minute? Claire Fallon and Emma Gray are handing out superlatives for this week’s episode of “The Bachelorette,” including the least-mourned departure and who needs to reconsider their entire life motto. They’ve also picked out a new frontrunner who could win it all. Plus, more evidence that Mike Johnson should be the next Bachelor.
The actress said the boy is "recovering nicely" and assured other parents facing this kind of mishap they’re "not alone."
“I’m even creepin into your local news story about Christmas tree stands," the "Orange Is The New Black" actor joked on Instagram.
The actress and author welcomed her second child with actor Jason Biggs.
The couple paid tribute to a gadget parents know all too well.
The actor talked in length about his relationship with the pie.
The husband-and-wife duo talks to HuffPost Live about playing a husband-and-wife duo on screen.
Netflix has officially released the third season of "Orange Is The New Black," meaning your couch will probably be seeing
Last season on Broadway, actor Bryce Pinkham dazzled audiences in the musical A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder. The murderous role earned him a Tony nomination (along with a Tony award for the show).
Elisabeth Moss, now more famous for Mad Men than when I first saw her onstage in David Mamet's Speed the Plow opposite Jeremy Piven and Raul Esparza, gives Heidi the requisite intelligence, as she did in the Mamet play.
Give Wendy Wasserstein credit: Her play The Heidi Chronicles brilliantly toes the line between remaining relevant to new, contemporary audiences while simultaneously exemplifying how far we've come from tumultuous years of inequality for women.
Wendy Wasserstein's plays are always smart and funny and she writes about nostalgia, friends and change as well as any playwright. MacKinnon has assembled an impressive group of actors who deliver Wasserstein's message with ease and charm and the material still resonates as much now as it did in 1989.
When Heidi Holland, studying for a degree in art history, is first seen, she's at a college dance with best-friend-forever Susan Johnston (Ali Ahn) where she meets admirer Peter Patrone (Bryce Pinkham).
Wendy Wasserstein's Pulitzer Prize Winning Play reopening on Broadway has renewed resonance on the day after International Women's Day.
See ya later, Larry. Jason Biggs confirmed in an interview with the New York Daily News that he won't appear in the next
The Internet was understandably baffled when a video emerged of Jason Biggs urinating on Chelsea Handler, seemingly having