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SEANN WILLIAM SCOTT (Wayne) previously worked with Ivan Reitman when he starred in DreamWorks' summer hit "Road Trip,” with Breckin Meyer and Tom Green, which Reitman produced.

Scott made his feature film debut in the smash hit comedy "American Pie,” playing Steve Stifler, the irrepressible party-throwing high school jock.  He next reprises his role in the sequel "American Pie II,” due out later this summer.  Also this summer, he provides the voice of the Possum in "Dr. Dolittle 2,” and appears in the comedy "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.”  Scott is currently filming a dramatic role in "Stark Raving Mad,” an independent feature being produced by Lawrence Bender and John Baldecchi, in which he plays the ringleader of a heist.

Scott was last seen in the comedy sleeper hit "Dude, Where's My Car?” opposite Ashton Kutcher.  He also tackled his first dramatic film role in the thriller "Final Destination,” playing one of a group of friends who narrowly escape dying in a plane crash, but soon learn they can't cheat death.

Hailing from Cottage Grove, Minnesota, Scott was inspired to become an actor while working double shifts at the local movie theater and seeing all the movies he could watch.  After finishing high school a semester early, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career.

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