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A native of Cottage Grove, Minnesota, Seann William Scott was discovered at a talent competition in Los Angeles, and almost immediately was flown to New York by ABC to test for All My Children (1970). His face has also been seen from his basketball-playing appearance on a national Sunny Delight commercial and the recent American Express campaign with Magic Johnson.
Seann was also seen on Something So Right (1996) for ABC. Seann shot a lead role in Aerosmith's music video, "Hole in My Soul" from the "Nine Lives" CD. Previously, Seann has worked with Mark-Paul Gosselaar (of Saved by the Bell (1989)) and Talia Shire (Rocky (1976)) on the NBC movie of the week, Born Into Exile (1997), and has had a recurring role in the Warner Brothers TV series, Unhappily Ever After (1995), as well as appearing on Sweet Valley High (1994).
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Seann Scott Online
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Often plays wild and idiotic characters.
He was once robbed by street gang members in South Central L.A. They took his shirt, his shoes, and a one-dollar bill while he was trying to get to a Baywatch (1989) audition.
Graduated from Park High School in Cottage Grove, Minnesota.
While vacationing in Australia after finishing American Pie (1999), Seann was approached by a man who asked if his daughter could have an autograph since she was such a big fan of the movie. Seann obliged, and was surprised to find out that the man's daughter - a rabid "American Pie" fan - was only 7 years old.
Is the youngest of seven children. Both of his parents had three children from a previous marriage before he was born.
He was inspired to become an actor while working double shifts at the local movie theater and seeing all the movies he could watch.
Grew up not far from the Eden Prairie mall, the location at which much of Kevin Smith's Mallrats (1995) was filmed. He is a huge fan of the movie, has a one sheet above his bed and jumped at the chance to work with Smith on Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001).
After filming American Pie (1999), he was a "Churro" guy at the Los Angeles Zoo
Attended Glendale Community College, Glendale, California.
Always signs autographs, "God Bless, Sean William Scott".
He was working at a Home Depot and struggling for small TV roles when he was cast in American Pie (1999).
Auditioned for a role in director Cameron Crowe's Elizabethtown (2005) but lost out to Orlando Bloom.
Won the role of Kar in Bulletproof Monk (2003) after Heath Ledger dropped out.
He was considered for the role of Evan Treborn in The Butterfly Effect (2004). The role of Evan went to Ashton Kutcher.
Hosted the MTV Movie Awards in 2003 along with Justin Timberlake
His trademark "kaw-kaw, kaw-kaw" taunt is heard in The Rundown (2003) and Evolution (2001).
Loves backpacking around Europe.
Considers The Dukes of Hazzard (2005) and Mr. Woodcock (2007) to be the worst films he has ever done.
Lives in New York City (Manhattan) as he mentioned in an interview.
Participated in the annual Drambuie Pursuit in Scotland. The Drambuie Pursuit takes place once a year and includes an archery contest on the first day and then a second day that includes kayaking, a castle run, boating, mountain biking, rock-climbing, rafting, cross-country biking, off-road buggy racing and canoing. [May 2009]
Engaged to Lindsay Frimodt [March 20, 2012].
Is of Scottish, English and German ethnicity.
Currently filming Southland Tales (2006) in Los Angeles, California, USA. [August 2005]
Filming The Dukes of Hazzard (2005). [February 2005]
Currently filming Mr. Woodcock (2007) in Los Angeles, California, USA. [May 2005]
Attended the premiere of Role Models (2008) at the "Pathe De Munt Cinema" in Amsterdam, Netherlands on January 16th. [January 2009]
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[on shooting Goon (2011)] We had tons of fights. We actually only got the rink at 11 o'clock at night, so we'd do all those fight scenes at three or four in the morning. It was brutal. Because it wasn't a big-studio budget, we never had any time to rehearse the fights and we did everything on skates. When there is a martial arts movie, they are choreographed three months before and and you'd do, like, three moves then cut. Here it would be a big thing like 'We're going to do right right, uppercut, then cross, hold on, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, throw him up against the glass and then knockout punch.