Faris was born on March 25, 1982, in Houston, Texas, the son of Katherine (née Miller) and Warren Stephen Faris. His family was working-class and lived in a small house in Houston; he moved to Ohio at age 12, where he attended a modeling agency in Cleveland.
In 1999, Faris competed at the International Model and Talent Association.
The duo were apparently spotted enjoying each other's company at Scalinatella in New York City this week, though management at the Upper East Side eatery debunked reports of a relationship and told E!
news that their dinner "did not look intimate at all."Meanwhile, a source told E!
There's also a scene where Jake breaks out his newly learned karate moves when a car behind him honks at a stop sign.
And the music video-esque scene in which Jake's mother charges through the house and dramatically, um, does the laundry.
She grows up completely at the mercy of her wicked stepmother (Joanna Lumley, inevitably) and the ugly sisters, who are only allowed to be ugly on the inside these days: Being Julia's Lucy Punch stands out for bringing a plummy malice to her every line.Directed by Joe Nussbaum Cast: Alexa Vega, Mika Boorem, Kallie Flynn Childress, Scout Taylor-Compton, Sara Paxton, Sam Huntington, Jane Lynch, Jeff Garlin, Sean Faris, Brie Larson, Evan Peters, Hunter Parrish, Shane Hunter, Timothy Dowling, Eileen April Boylan, Katija Pevec, Douglas Smith, Ryan Slattery 2004 90 minutes Rated: (for sensuality and mild language). An up-all-night version of "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" for the newly adolescent set, "Sleepover" takes its John Hughes inspiration (the epitome of all great teen comedies, "Sixteen Candles," also springs to mind) and puts it to inspired, if decidedly unoriginal, use.The 90-minute running time flies right by in a stream of bubbly pacing, fun music selections, and likable characters you want to root for.The film's moralistic themes and plot trajectory are of a been-there-done-that variety, but its innate predictability almost comes as an attribute.By being able to guess where things are headed, the viewer can concentrate more on just how well the formula is accomplished.