Seann William Scott Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Seann William Scott is an actor who primarily appears in comedy movies and these appearances have produced him a tremendous star. Additionally, it is often estimated that Seann William Scott internet worth reaches 38 million bucks, as of correct now. Seann William Scott is mainly recalled from pictures of American Pie, where he played a part of Steve Stifler. These pictures additionally added lots of monetary success to Seann William Scott internet worth. Other films, that he’s properly known, are Dude, Wheres My Vehicle?, Road-Trip, The Dukes of Hazzard, Ultimate Destination, Go-On, The Run Down, Bullet Proof Monk, Evolution and others.
Seann William Scott Net Worth $38 Million Dollars
In 2001, he appeared in 2003 American Wedding, in American Pie 2 as well as in 2012 he starred in American Re-Union. Nonetheless, in the primary picture of the show Seann William Scott appeared simply as a supporting performer and he was compensated not significant 8 thousand bucks. In the 3rd area of the show, American Wedding, Seann William Scott got among the leading characters and also this film added a lot to the overall sum of Seann William Scott internet worth.
He was born in a rather enormous family. His parents had seven children and Seann William Scott was the most youthful one. His mom was a housewife and his dad worked in a manufacturing plant. Seann William Scott was employed in a nearby movie theater and will see most of the films at no cost, when he was youthful. It was the time when he determined that he needed to eventually become an actor. This vocation adds vast amounts to Seann William Scott internet worth now. He performed some supporting parts in movies, including Southland Tales and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Again. In 2003, Seann William Scott was selected to be among the hosts of MTV Film Awards with Ashton Kutcher.
October 3, 1976
Cottage Grove, Minnesota, United States
5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)
Actor, Comedian, Film Producer, Voice Actor
Park High School, Glendale Community College, California
United States of America
Patricia Anne Scott, William Frank Scott
MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss, Teen Choice Award for Film - Choice Sleazebag, MTV Movie Award for Best Dance Sequence, Young Hollywood Award for Best Ensemble Cast
Teem Choice Award, MTV Movie Award
“American Reunion”, “American Pie 2”, “American Wedding”, “Final Destination”, “Evolution”, “Southland Tales”, “Something So Right”
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]
Lives in New York City (Manhattan) as he mentioned in an interview.
He was working at a Home Depot and struggling for small TV roles when he was cast in American Pie (1999).
Always signs autographs, "God Bless, Sean William Scott".
Attended Glendale Community College, Glendale, California.
After filming American Pie (1999), he was a "Churro" guy at the Los Angeles Zoo
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).
He was inspired to become an actor while working double shifts at the local movie theater and seeing all the movies he could watch.
Is the youngest of seven children. Both of his parents had three children from a previous marriage before he was born.
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.
Graduated from Park High School in Cottage Grove, Minnesota.
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.
[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.