"I was like, you're right, gorilla, I quit," he told the morning show. ' and she was like, 'Oh, honey, if you were a girl we were going to name you Sunshine,'" Scott said."I quit, and then I got that he's "a HUGE instigator of trouble," he also said that's where any similarities between himself and Stifler end, adding, "the majority of that character I took from the friends i went to high school with." Which is also surprising, considering he once told that where he grew up, "everyone's so chipper and you make friends just grocery shopping. He then joked, "That doesn't answer my question, but I think there were some drugs involved." He also said that his parents were "fans of Sean Connery," which still has no bearing on the spelling since his first name just has the one 'n.' Conan summed it up well by saying, "Doesn't sound like a lot of thought went into it." "Zero thought," Scott agreed.In an interview with , Scott said that his only job in Minnesota was working at a local movie theater as "a utility guy" who ripped tickets, sold popcorn, did the marquee, and ran the projector, which instilled in him a love of the movie business.Speaking with , Scott also said that his older brother's success in a creative field helped to push him into entertainment.
We kill each other with kindness." Scott's also referred to himself as having been "a nerd" in high school, despite his aforementioned athletic prowess, and even admitted to hating "the funny kids in high school because they got all the girls." That's right, the onscreen party animal was more of a wallflower in his formative years.