Seann William Scott
(born October 3, 1976, in Cottage
Grove, Minnesota) is an American comedic actor. He is the
youngest of seven siblings.
Seann William Scott knew from an early age that he wanted to
be a professional actor so when he was 12 years old he
auditioned for a role in the series Baywatch, without success.
After his graduation from Park High School, he moved to Los
Angeles, where he was "discovered" in a talent search
competition. His first professional gig was on television in the
music video for Hole in my Soul by Aerosmith.
Seann William Scott's first commercial success came with the
1999 movie American Pie as Steve Stifler, a role he reprised in
two sequels and one that brought him to public notice; it
defined the persona of his later, mostly comedic, parts.
He also made a cameo appearance in Kevin Smith's Jay and Silent
Bob Strike Back and has a starring part in Southland Tales, as a
- He was inspired to become an actor while working at the
local movie theater and seeing all the movies he could watch
- Hosted the MTV Movie Awards 2003 alongside Justin
- Has 4 tattoos, a broken heart on his hip, an infinity
symbol on his wrist, a lightening bolt on his thigh and 'Amo',
Latin for 'I Love' on his tailbone.
- In rehearsal for The Rundown, The Rock used a real knife
and he cut Seann's hand by accident. Seann needed stitches
for the cut.
- In an interview with People magazine in 2003, the star
said he does not normally wear undergarments, a custom known
by some as "going commando."
He is currently dating model Deanna Miller.
- Coxblockers (announced) (2007)
- Book Of Leo (announced) (2007)
- Gary the Tennis Coach (announced) (2007)
- Quebec (pre-production) (2007)
- Southland Tales (post-production) (2006)
- Mr. Woodcock (post-production) (2006)
- Ice Age 2: The Meltdown (2006) (voice)
- The Dukes of Hazzard (2005)
- The Rundown or: Welcome to the Jungle (2003)
- American Wedding (2003)
- Bulletproof Monk (2003)
- Old School (2003)
- Stark Raving Mad (2002)
- American Pie 2 (2001)
- Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001)
- Evolution (2001)
- Dude, Where's My Car? (2000)
- Road Trip (2000)
- Final Destination (2000)
- American Pie (1999)