Raised in California, it was only natural that Jason ‘Wee Man’ Acuña would become a skateboarder. Pulling tricks with his own custom-sized board (he was born with achondroplasia), he was also shooting videos and pranks with friends. Meanwhile, on the East coast, a similarly minded group was doing the same thing. Someone (MTV) had the brilliant idea to bring them together, and the show Jackass was born, running from 2000-2002. Jason and a group of fun-loving kids, led by Johnny Knoxville, answered the question, what would happen if… by testing the hypotheses. This led to Jason kicking himself in the head, dressing up as an Oompa-Loompa, facing a bull as a matador, and participating in hundreds of other pain-causing stunts for the sake of laughter and adventure. The series led to multiple full-length feature films, TV specials, and video releases. Though Jason’s bare ass was a regular feature, you can see the full monty in Jackass Number Two, which hit theaters in 2006. He’s fully naked, enters a crowded conference room, hops up on a table, walks across it with his dick swinging, hops down, and exits the room. And he does it all with a bottle of beer in his hand and a smirk on his face. His Jackass fame led to other reality shows, like Celebrity Paranormal Project and Celebrity Circus, and to roles in random movies, video games, and even a Jamiroquai music video (“Feels Like It Should”). In 2022, Jason was featured in a New York Times Magazine article, which revealed he still skateboards, has his own line of compression socks, a partnership in an international taco chain, and owns an event space whose regular client is Dateline NBC.