He played outfielder for his Little League Baseball Team when younger.
According to his mother, the first time she has ever seen him nervous was on the set of Jingle All The Way, when he met Arnold Schwarzenegger for the first time.
He loves to play video games and rollerblade when not working.
He has a dog named JJ. It's named after his character in Unhook The Stars.
After his appearance in Star Wars, his classmates would mock him by making 'lightsaber' sounds as he walked down the hall at his school. Funnily enough, he never actually touched one in the film.
He hated his bowl cut he had in Star Wars.
He watched and enjoyed the Star Wars movies before starring in them.
He attended Carmel High School.
He was expelled from Brebeuf High School.
His nicknames are Pumpkin Head and Flick.
He has voiced Anakin Skywalker in seven Star Wars video games.
His sister, Madison Jones, also had a minor role alongside of him, in The Phantom Menace.
He is 5'7".
Prior to Star Wars, he appeared with Ewan McGregor (co-star in the movie) in ER.
He was chosen over Justin Berfield, of Malcolm In The Middle fame, to play Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.
As of January 2006, he works at Pac Sun at an outdoor mall in Carmel, Indiana.
His mothers name is Lisa. His fathers name is William.
Is the only American actor to have played Anakin Skywalker from Star Wars.
Jake Lloyd: Violence is used to portray what happens in a film. It only helps portray the actors and what they do. I think it is more about the story, when you have something to play off of.
Jake Lloyd: I've always wanted to be an action figure.
Jake Lloyd: I only am in this business because I enjoy it. I think that is the only way to be in the business.
Jake: The most important thing to me when it comes to auditioning [is to be able to] say 'I spent three months of my life and I created something that I can appreciate, that I'm proud of, that I enjoyed doing and I can enjoy the end result of'.
Jake: (when someone told him how much he has grown up) I said 'No, I've aged, but grown up? No'.