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An actor known for making his mark with memorable performances, SEANN WILLIAM SCOTT continues to delight audiences and chalk up an impressive slate of upcoming projects. Scott will next be seen in Quebec, starring opposite John C. Reilly and Lili Taylor; and Trainwreck: My Life as an Idiot co-starring Gretchen Mol. 

Scott was last seen as 'Bo Duke' in the blockbuster feature film version of the popular '80s television series The Dukes of Hazzard, co-starring Johnny Knoxville, Jessica Simpson, Willie Nelson and Burt Reynolds. Scott's previously starred in Universal's The Rundown also featuring The Rock, Rosario Dawson, and Christopher Walken and starred opposite Chow Yun-Fat in MGM's Bulletproof Monk as a street-wise pickpocket mentored by a Tibetan martial arts master. He returned to the big screen as his teen comedy classic 'Stifler' character in the box office hit American Pie 2, which premiered as the largest box office opening ever for an R-rated film, eventually grossing over $300 million dollars worldwide. He also appeared in the final installment of the trilogy, American Wedding. The hit comedy brought the popular characters together one last time for Jim (Jason Biggs) and Michelle's (Alyson Hannigan) wedding. 

In addition, Scott had a scene-stealing cameo in the hit comedy Old School opposite Will Ferrell. In addition to an unforgettable cameo in Miramax's Jay and Silent Bob, Scott also appeared in the DreamWorks sci-fi comedy Evolution, directed by Ivan Reitman and co-starring Julianne Moore, David Duchovny and Orlando Jones. Other film credits include Todd Phillips' Road Trip, with Breckin Meyer and Amy Smart, the smash comedy hit Dude, Where's My Car? opposite Ashton Kutcher; and New Line Cinema's thriller Final Destination. In addition, he co-hosted the 2003 MTV Movie Awards with Justin Timberlake and lent his voice to the character of 'Crash' in Ice Age: The Meltdown.

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