Seann William Scott

Lulu Wilson To Return For Quiver’s Sequel ‘Becky 2: The Wrath Of Becky’; Seann William Scott Also Set

Click here to read the full article. Lulu Wilson (Modern Love) is set to return for Becky 2: The Wrath of Becky, a sequel to Quiver Distribution’s 2020 horror-thriller Becky, which will also star Seann William Scott (Welcome To Flatch). In the original film, the spunky and rebellious teenager Becky (Wilson) tries to reconnect with her father (Joel McHale) during a weekend getaway at a lakefront house. But the trip soon takes a turn for the worse when convicts on the run, led by the merciless Dominick (Kevin James), suddenly invade the home. The feature found success, in spite of the fact...
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FOX 53 Insider: Seann William Scott

PITTSBURGH — On this week's FOX 53 Insider, Darren Zaslau chats with Welcome to Flatch star Seann William Scott. Scott plays the role of Father Joe. The docu-comedy series Welcome to Flatch premiered March 17 on Pittsburgh's FOX 53. In the show, a documentary crew in the small town of Flatch follows two cousins, Kelly and Shrub, to record their wild interactions with the world.

Seann William Scott welcomes viewers to 'Flatch'

'Welcome to Flatch' is FOX's new comedy that explores the lives of the eccentric residents in a small town. Actor and comedian Seann William Scott plays Father Joe, and he joins Good Day to talk about the mockumentary.

Whatever Happened to Seann William Scott?

During the late 1990s and early 2000s, Seann William Scott made a huge name for himself as one of the stars of the American Pie film franchise. His character, Steve Stifler, is arguably one of the most memorable of the era and he has carved out a special place in pop culture history. Throughout the mid-2000s, Seann continued to appear in some pretty popular comedies, but by the time the 2010s rolled around he had started to fade from the spotlight. In the years since he played Stifler, lots of people have wondered what Seann is up to. The good news is that he’s still around and you’ll probably be seeing him much sooner than you think. Keep reading to find out what happened to Seann William Scott.

‘Welcome To Flatch,’ A New Mockumentary Series With Aya Cash And Seann William Scott, Looks Weird Enough To Be Good

America doesn’t have the greatest track record of turning hit British comedies into hit American comedies. Sure, there’s The Office—but there’s also MTV’s The Inbetweeners and the pilot for The Thick of It that never saw the light of day (much to creator Armando Iannucci’s delight). Now, Fox is launching its own adaptation of the BAFTA-winning BBC series This Country, which has been retitled Welcome to Flatch. And if the trailer is any indication, this one might just work.