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Seann William Scott
Originally posted 03/20/2012 02:30PM
Seann William Scott may be best known for his role as the ultimate dude in the American Pie films, but now the star says he's ready to settle down.
Asked at the American Reunion premiere about rumors that he's engaged, William Scott, 35, told E! Online Monday night, "I am [engaged]. Thank you."
Asked how he got former Victoria's Secret model Lindsay Frimodt to agree to marry him, he quipped, "I don't know how ... She hadn't seen American Pie, thank god. Otherwise, I probably wouldn't be engaged."
Originally posted 08/31/2011 02:45PM
Are you ready for another slice of Pie?
The eight seniors who made us rethink band camp and baked goods in 1999 return for their high school reunion in the new American Pie comedy, out next year, and PEOPLE has the exclusive first-look photo and behind-the-scenes video.
In the last 12 years, there have been many personal highs for the gang: Jason Biggs, Tara Reid, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Mena Suvari and Alyson Hannigan are all married, and Hannigan welcomed a baby girl in 2009.
There have been struggles too: Klein, Seann William Scott and Reid have been to rehab.
Originally posted 04/13/2011 09:45PM
Seann William Scott is ready to go back to work.
"[The actor] completed a successful treatment program," his reps say in a statement. "He is looking forward to beginning production next month on American Reunion for Universal Pictures."
Scott, 34, attended a New York Knicks game on Tuesday – his first public appearance since entering an undisclosed facility last month to deal with "health and personal issues."
American Reunion – the much-anticipated American Pie sequel – will also feature other original cast members, including Jason Biggs and Eugene Levy.
– Dahvi Shira and Julie Jordan
Originally posted 03/16/2011 05:30PM
Not even "health and personal issues" can keep Steve Stifler down.
Seann William Scott signed on to reprise the party animal character in another American Pie, to begin shooting in just weeks, despite entering treatment, his agent confirms to PEOPLE.
Scott, 34, is reportedly set to join Jason Biggs and Eugene Levy for another piece of Pie, and Thomas Ian Nicholas, Tara Reid, Chris Klein, Mena Suvari and Jennifer Coolidge are in negotiations to return.
Originally posted 03/15/2011 07:55PM
Seann William Scott, the comic actor from the American Pie movies, has entered treatment for "health and personal issues," his reps tell PEOPLE.
Scott, 34, who also appeared in the Bruce Willis movie Cop Out and provided his voice for the Ice Age animated hits, did not disclose where he was being treated or what prompted the action.
"Seann William Scott has voluntarily admitted himself for proactive treatment to address health and personal issues," the reps say in a statement. "He appreciates the support of his many fans at this time."
– Julie Jordan and Mike Fleeman
Originally posted 09/09/2004 08:00AM
Jessica Simpson is still jockeying to become America's favorite rural babe. But for now, Warner Bros. has put up its Dukes: Johnny Knoxville and Seann William Scott have just been cast, respectively, as Luke and Bo Duke, those fast-drivin' good ol' boys, in the big-screen adaptation of the 1979-85 The Dukes of Hazzard TV series, PEOPLE reports in its latest issue.
Originally posted 09/24/2003 11:55AM
Just as "American Pie" actor Seann William Scott has been shedding his shirt for magazine covers, so has the 26-year-old actor been shedding his screen image of an oversexed party monster.
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