What really happened to Scott Sterling?
Scott Sterling, the 32-year-old son of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, died as a result of a pulmonary embolism and “narcotic medication intake” in what Los Angeles County coroner’s officials classified as an accidental death, authorities said Monday.
Is the Scott Sterling soccer real?
Matt Meese is a lead writer and cast member of the BYUtv show, Studio C. He’s also the most famous fake volleyball player on the Internet. As the “peaceful wizard of head trauma,” better known as Scott Sterling, Meese played a sports hero who has a habit of taking brutal shots to the face.
Did Matt Meese actually get hit?
Studio C’s Matt Meese Was Repeatedly Hit In The Face By A Soccer Ball. The Studio C performer is famous for his role as a soccer goalie who uses his face. To the delight of his fellow sketch group members, a lot of the hits were real.
Who died from the Clippers?
Assane Drame, an employee of the Clippers’ digital content group who was remembered by the team and friends as a creative mind and loyal friend, died Monday in a traffic accident in Los Angeles, according to the team. Drame was 26.
Who wrote Scott Sterling?
On Nov. 14, the group released the video “Top Soccer Shootout Ever With Scott Sterling,” a sketch written by actor Matt Meese that now has more than 11 million views.
Are the new Studio C cast members LDS?
When BYUtv was casting new stars for its flagship sketch comedy show “Studio C,” it deliberately looked for diversity. And, no, they’re not all members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which owns Brigham Young University and BYUtv.
Are the Studio C cast Mormon?
Current cast members were part of the Brigham Young University sketch comedy group Divine Comedy, and they translated their live performances to television. “Studio C” features sketches performed by Mormons on the channel operated by the LDS Church’s flagship university, but it has never been overtly Mormon.