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Seth Green is a film and television actor best known for co-creating the animated comedy series “Robot Chicken.” He is most recognized for his portrayal as Daniel Osbourne in the TV series ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer.’ At the tender age of six, he began his career as a child artist, thanks to an uncle who worked in the casting industry. In an episode of the sketch comedy show ‘Saturday Night Live,’ he made an early cameo as a young boy. As a ten-year-old, he made his film debut in a supporting part in the comedy drama ‘The Hotel New Hampshire.’ One thing led to another, and he quickly found himself in a slew of minor roles in television shows and films. He also began to hone his skills as a voice actor. Despite his television and film credits, it was a role in a commercial that catapulted him to fame. He was introduced to show business at a young age and quickly progressed from an actor to a successful producer and director. He and Matthew Senreich co-created the animated comedy ‘Robot Chicken,’ and he also voiced numerous of the characters. The series was a huge hit, winning numerous prizes and accolades.

Childhood and Adolescence

Seth Green is the son of Barbara Green, an artist, and Herbert Green, a teacher. He has one sibling and comes from a Jewish family.

Seth’s uncle was a casting director, and when he was six years old, he helped launch his acting career.
He performed in a lot of advertisements as a kid artist for brands such as Kodak and Burger King.

Career of Seth Green

In 1984, he played alongside Jodie Foster and Rob Lowe in ‘The Hotel New Hampshire,’ which was one of his first film appearances. In the comic drama, he plays a supporting role.

He landed the role of Young Joe in Woody Allen’s film ‘Radio Days’ after an audition. The 1987 picture garnered a lot of excellent feedback and won a lot of accolades.

Following the success of ‘Radio Days,’ the boy had other film proposals over the next few years, including ‘Big Business,’ ‘My Stepmother Is an Alien,’ and ‘Pump Up the Volume,’ among others (1990).

In the film adaptation of Stephen King’s horror novel ‘It,’ he plays Young Richie Tozier (1990). Although the film got mixed reviews, the young actors’ performances were praised.

The young actor had a very prolific decade in the 1990s, appearing in about 15 films. ‘Arcade’ (1993), ‘White Man’s Burden’ (1995), ‘Boys Life 2’ (1997), and ‘Idle Hands’ were among the most notable (1999).

Seth continues to feature on television after making the crossover to cinema. He landed the role of Daniel “Oz” Osbourne in the television series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” in 1997. The show aired for seven seasons, ending in 2003.

He played Chris Griffin, Neil Goldman, and other characters in the animated sitcom “Family Guy,” which follows a dysfunctional family known as the Griffins. From 1999 until 2003, the show was on the air. Because of its popularity, the series was resurrected in 2005.

Between 1999 and 2001, he appeared in six episodes of ‘Batman Beyond.’
He played Jimmy Bender, the human roommate of Greg the Bunny, a hand puppet, in the television sitcom “Greg the Bunny.” The show began airing in 2002 and lasted till 2006.

In 2005, he and Matthew Senreich co-created the animated comedy series “Robot Chicken,” in which he also provided voices for various characters. Pop culture, movies, television, fashion fads, and other topics are mocked in the show.

In 2008, he directed ‘Robot Chicken: Star Wars,’ a one-off special episode of the animated comedy series ‘Robot Chicken,’ which premiered on Cartoon Network. Later, two sequels were released: ‘Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II’ (2008) and ‘Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III’ (2010).

In ‘Robot Chicken DC Comics Special,’ a one-off special episode of the ‘Robot Chicken’ series that aired in September 2012, he directed and voiced various characters.

Major Projects of Seth Green

He is best recognized for co-creating the animated comedy ‘Robot Chicken.’ He also provided the voices for a number of characters in the series and special episodes. The series was a huge hit, receiving numerous accolades and nominations.

Achievements & Awards

For ‘Robot Chicken: Star Wars,’ he earned the Annie Award for Best Directing in an Animated Television Production in 2008, and for ‘Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II,’ he got the Annie Award for Best Writing in an Animated Television Production in 2009.

In 2010, the animated series ‘Robot Chicken’ received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Short-Format Animated Program.

Personal History and Legacy

Green married Clare Grant, an actress, in 2010. His wife had assisted him on a number of his initiatives.

Seth Green Net Worth

Seth Green has a net worth of $40 million as an actor, voice artist, director, writer, and producer in the United States. Seth Green is best known for his roles as Doctor Evil’s son Scott in the “Austin Powers” franchise and as Chris Griffin on the animated television comedy “Family Guy.”


In 1998, ‘Entertainment Weekly’ named him to the ‘It List’ of the 100 Most Creative People in Entertainment.
He considers Robin Williams to be his hero.