Scott, Seann William 1976(?)–
Scott, Seann William 1976(?)–
(Sean W. Scott, Seann Scott, Seann W. Scott)
Original name, Sean William Scott; born October 3, 1976 (some sources say July 12, 1977), in Cottage Grove, MN; son of Bill (a factory worker) and Pat (a homemaker) Scott. Education: Attended Glendale Community College. Avocational Interests: Exercise.
Addresses: Office—Identity Films, 100 Universal City Plaza, Bungalow 4144, Universal City, CA 91608. Agent—United Talent Agency, 9560 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 500, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Publicist—I/D Public Relations, 8409 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069.
Career: Actor. Identity Films, Universal City, CA, partner; appeared in television commercials. Worked in a movie theatre, the Los Angeles Zoo, and Home Depot, as well as a trainer, a clerical worker, and in the food business.
Awards, Honors: Teen Choice Award nomination, film—choice sleazebag, 2000, for American Pie; Teen Choice Award nomination (with Ashton Kutcher), film—choice chemistry, 2001, for Dude, Where's My Car?; named one of the twenty-five hottest stars under twenty-five, Teen People, 2001; Teen Choice Award, film—choice sleazebag, MTV Movie Award (with Jason Biggs), best kiss, and MTV Movie Award nomination, best comedic performance, all 2002, for American Pie 2; MTV Movie Award, best dance sequence, Teen Choice Award, choice movie sleazebag, and Teen Choice Award nominations, choice movie actor—comedy and choice movie blush, all 2004, for American Wedding.
(As Seann W. Scott) Steve Stifler, American Pie (also known as East Great Falls High and Great Falls), MCA/Universal, 1999.
Billy Hitchcock, Final Destination (also known as Flight 180), New Line Cinema, 2000.
Chester Greenburg, Dude, Where's My Car?, Twentieth Century-Fox, 2000.
E. L., Road Trip, DreamWorks, 2000.
Brent, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (also known as VA5 and View Askew 5), Miramax/Dimension Films, 2001.
Steve Stifler, American Pie 2 (also known as Secret Disguise), Universal, 2001.
Wayne Grey, Evolution, DreamWorks, 2001.
Ben McGewen, Stark Raving Mad, Newmarket Capital Group, 2002.
Kar, Bulletproof Monk, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 2003.
Peppers, Old School, DreamWorks, 2003.
Steve Stifler, American Wedding (also known as American Pie: The Wedding and American Pie—Jetzt wird geheiratet), Universal, 2003.
Travis, The Rundown (also known as Welcome to the Jungle), Universal, 2003.
Bo Duke, The Dukes of Hazzard, Warner Bros., 2005.
John Farley, Mr. Woodcock, New Line Cinema, 2006.
Roland Taverner and Ronald Taverner, Southland Tales, Universal, 2006.
Title role, Sebastian Knight, SNL Studios, 2006.
Voice of Crash, Ice Age 2: The Meltdown (animated), Twentieth Century-Fox, 2006.
Ex-boyfriend, Cockblockers, MTV Films/Paramount, c. 2006.
Voice of Ham, Space Chimps (animated), Vanguard Animation/Odyssey Motion Pictures, 2007.
Book of Leo, Universal, 2007.
Producer, Book of Leo, Universal, 2007.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Derek, Born into Exile, NBC, 1997.
Television Appearances; Specials:
Himself, Spotlight on Location: American Pie (documentary; also known as The Making of "American Pie"), 1999.
Himself, Making the Movie: American Pie II, MTV, 2001.
Himself, Reel Comedy: Evolution, Comedy Central, 2001.
Sizzlin' Sixteen 2001, E! Entertainment Television, 2001.
Suddenly I'm a Star (documentary), E! Entertainment Television, 2001.
Himself, Saturday Night Live: The Best of Will Ferrell, NBC, 2002.
Himself, 101 Most Unforgettable SNL Moments, E! Entertainment Television, 2004.
Himself, Reel Comedy: The Dukes of Hazzard, Comedy Central, 2005.
Television Appearances; Awards Presentations:
Presenter, The 2001 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 2001.
Presenter, The Teen Choice Awards 2002, Fox, 2002.
Himself, The 2002 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 2002.
Host, The 2003 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 2003.
Presenter, The 2004 Teen Choice Awards, Fox, 2004.
Himself, The 2004 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 2004.
Presenter, The 2005 MTV Movie Awards, MTV, 2005.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Moondoggie, "Beach Party," Unhappily Ever After (also known as Unhappily …), The WB, 1996.
Preston, "Something about a Double Standard," Something So Right, ABC, 1998.
Himself, "Evolution," HBO First Look, HBO, 2001.
Host, Saturday Night Live (also known as NBC's "Saturday Night," Saturday Night, and SNL), NBC, 2001.
Himself, The Big Breakfast, Channel 4 (England), 2001.
Himself, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005.
Himself, "The Rundown," HBO First Look, HBO, 2003.
(As Seann Scott) Himself, "Seann Scott: Monk-y Business," Diary, MTV, 2003.
Howard Stern, E! Entertainment Television, 2003.
Himself, The Late Show with David Letterman (also known as The Late Show), CBS, 2003, 2005.
Himself, Live with Regis and Kelly, syndicated, 2005.
Himself, Total Request Live (also known as Total Request with Carson Daly and TRL), MTV, 2005.
Also appeared as a lifeguard in Sweet Valley High, syndicated.
Radio Appearances; Episodic:
The Howard Stern Radio Show, 2003.
Dude Cam (short documentary), Alcon Entertainment, 2000.
(As Sean W. Scott) Panelist, Wild Desk Ride (also known as Conan O'Brien's "Wild Desk Ride"), 2001.
Himself, Good Times with the Cast and Crew of "American Pie 2," Universal, 2002.
Aerosmith, "Hole in My Soul," 1997.
Interview, March, 2002, pp. 64, 66.
People Weekly, September 10, 2001, p. 140; August 11, 2003, p. 24; December 1, 2003, p. 136.
Teen People, May, 2001, p. 93; May 1, 2003, p. 156; September 1, 2003, p. 144.
Time, August 4, 2003, p. 64.
Total Film, November, 2001, pp. 42-44, 46.
USA Weekend, July 25, 2003, p. 10.
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