Seann William Scott out of rehab in time for ‘American Pie’ sequel


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Seann William Scott, the actor who plays Steve Stifler in the ‘American Pie’ franchise, has checked out of rehab.

‘He completed a successful treatment program,’ his reps said in a statement. ‘He is looking forward to beginning production next month on ‘American Reunion’ for Universal Pictures.’


The 34-year-old ‘Cop Out’ star admitted himself into treatment last month ‘to address health and personal issues.’ The facility remained undisclosed, but reps had said he would be out in time to shoot the ‘American Pie’ sequel, which was set to begin filming in late May.

‘He completed the 30 days successfully ... he’s doing great,’ a person close to Scott told TMZ.

The funnyman took in a Knicks game in New York on Wednesday night, the first time he had appeared in public since checking into treatment.

As for the next ‘American Pie’ sequel, members of the original cast — including Jason Biggs and Eugene Levy — will return to East Great Falls for their 10-year high school reunion.


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