Seann William Scott Reveals Shocking Truth
Actor said it “was a lot of money for me at the time” and admitted he had splurged during the interview.
After that, “I remember I bought a used Thunderbird for like $5,000 or maybe $6,000, and I was like, baby, baby, baby,” he recalled. “I ended up having to work at the LA Zoo as a churro guy, so maybe it was even less than $8000 and I don’t know what happened to the other $2000.”
Scott, a native of Minnesota, portrayed Steve Stifler, a renegade lacrosse player also known as “Stifmeister.” Scott kept working on the successful sex adolescent comedy series and reportedly made $5 million for his role in American Reunion in 2012. Recently, he and co-star Jason Biggs recorded a commercial for DoorDash while in costume.
Dude, Where’s My Car (2000), Final Destination (2000), Road Trip (2000), Evolution (2001), The Dukes of Hazzard (2005), Mr. Woodcock (2007), and Role Models (2008) are just a few of the films in which he has acted. He’s provided his voice for Crash in two TV specials and four full-length features in the Ice Age franchise.
Scott, Biggs, Eugene Levy, Chris Klein, Alyson Hannigan, Natasha Lyonne, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Tara Reid, Mena Suvari, Eddie Kaye Thomas, and Jennifer Coolidge were only some of the actors who appeared in the series.
Scott confirmed the talks for a fifth sequel to the original film on a recent episode of Comicbook.com.Oh yeah, baby,” he exclaimed, “I think so because I remember buying a secondhand Thunderbird for like $5,000 or maybe $6,000 later.
He said, “Maybe it was even less than $8,000 because I ended up having to work at the LA Zoo as a churro guy and I don’t know what happened to the other $2,000.”
The “American Pie” sequel from 2001, “American Wedding” from 2003, and “American Reunion” from 2012 all include Scott as a leading actor.
His co-star Jason Biggs and he recently reunited in costume for a DoorDash ad, with Biggs reportedly receiving $5 million for his role.
Scott made light of his character’s modern-day antics during a May interview with the Daily Blast Live.
I can see Stifler working the strip clubs. That strip joint he’d be working at is very bad,” he joked.
He’d perform as ‘Inferno,’ a fictional firefighter with a flamboyant persona. The issue is that his body is a bit weak. He’s relaxed a bit, but he’s still working on his sex act,’ the “Dude, Where’s My Car?” star said.
Scott also spilled the beans at the time in a separate interview that there had been discussions about doing “American Pie 5.”
He recently told Comicbook.com that the plot ideas for the fifth installment are so clever that they could even succeed in the “tough” comedy terrain of Hollywood.
I don’t know why I enjoy the character so much,” he said. We need a fantastic plan, and it needs to be fantastic these days.
Comedies are difficult and always have been, but in recent years, comedy has undergone a sea change. But I do believe, candidly speaking, that we have been discussing a notion. I had one, and I have one now, and we were just talking about it the other day,” Scott added.
Some interesting facts about Actor Seann William Scott
- He was once robbed by street gang members in South Central Los Angeles.
- He is described by those close to him as being reserved and polite, a stark contrast to the wild “party boy” characters he often plays onscreen.
- He has said that he was once very shy and nervous around women.
- He was working at Home Depot and struggling to get small TV roles when he was cast in “American Pie”.
- He was inspired to become an actor while working double shifts at the local movie theater and seeing all the movies he could watch.
- He won the role of Kar in “Bulletproof Monk” after Heath Ledger dropped out.
- His trademark “kaw-kaw, kaw-kaw” taunt is heard in “The Rundown” and “Evolution”.
- He considers “The Dukes of Hazzard” and “Mr. Woodcock” to be the worst films he has ever done.
- He always signs autographs, “God Bless, Sean William Scott”.
- He loves backpacking around Europe and often takes time off from filming to travel.