'American Pie' star engaged

'American Pie' star engaged

Seann William Scott has become engaged to model Lindsay Frimodt.

The 'American Pie' actor reportedly proposed to the Victoria's Secret beauty on Valentine's Day and she was delighted to accept.

A source close to the star told Life and Style magazine: "Seann asked her to marry him on Valentine's Day and she said yes."

The 35-year-old star may be reprising his role as womanising, sex-obsessed Steve Stifler for 'American Reunion' - the fourth film in the 'American Pie' series - but has distanced himself from the hard-partying character in real life, recently admitting he has always been very "shy" around the opposite sex.

He recently said: "I have a girl in my life. I was never really able to take advantage of being an actor, because I was always too shy to talk to girls."

Seann - who has previously been romantically linked to actresses Jaime King and January Jones - voluntarily admitted himself to rehab last year for "health and personal issues."

A source said at the time: "He completed the 30 days successfully - he's doing great. Seann dealt with an issue and hopefully he can do 'American Reunion' and re-energise his career."

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