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Also Known As: Seth Benjamin Gesshel Green Died:
Born: February 8, 1974 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Profession: actor

Biography CLOSE THE FULL BIOGRAPHY

Seth Green made it cool to be a geek. Whether lending his voice to an animated character or flexing his goofball muscles on the big screen, Green was the consummate funny guy. The talented actor kept the laughs at a premium during his decades-long career, where he appeared in countless films and on several critically acclaimed television shows, where he created some of the small screen's most exciting and breakthrough sketch comedies. Teenage girls loved him as the mysterious one-time werewolf Oz in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (WB, 1997-2001; UPN, 2001-03). Adolescent boys could not get enough of the pop culture lampoons he created and often voiced in the stop-motion animated series "Robot Chicken" (Cartoon Network, 2005- ). And movie fans worldwide rooted for him as the bratty, whip-smart Scott Evil in Mike Myer's "Austin Powers" film franchise. Green was truly a prolific comedic actor who embraced his inner geek and parlayed it into a successful career in an industry that rarely took funny guys seriously.

Seth Green made it cool to be a geek. Whether lending his voice to an animated character or flexing his goofball muscles on the big screen, Green was the consummate funny guy. The talented actor kept the laughs at a premium during his decades-long career, where he appeared in countless films and on several critically acclaimed television shows, where he created some of the small screen's most exciting and breakthrough sketch comedies. Teenage girls loved him as the mysterious one-time werewolf Oz in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (WB, 1997-2001; UPN, 2001-03). Adolescent boys could not get enough of the pop culture lampoons he created and often voiced in the stop-motion animated series "Robot Chicken" (Cartoon Network, 2005- ). And movie fans worldwide rooted for him as the bratty, whip-smart Scott Evil in Mike Myer's "Austin Powers" film franchise. Green was truly a prolific comedic actor who embraced his inner geek and parlayed it into a successful career in an industry that rarely took funny guys seriously.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Yellowbird (2014)
2.
3.
 Identical, The (2013)
4.
 Sexy Evil Genius (2013)
5.
 Kingdom Come (2012)
6.
 Mars Needs Moms (2011)
7.
 Old Dogs (2009)
8.
 Sex Drive (2008)
10.
 Best Man, The (2005)
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Milestones close milestones

1980:
Enrolled in an acting workshop at age six
1983:
Appeared in a guest spot on NBC's "Saturday Night Live" at age nine
1984:
Made feature film debut in "The Hotel New Hampshire"
1985:
Early TV acting credit in the "ABC Afterschool Special" entitled "I Want to Go Home"
1987:
Cast in "Radio Days" as a character said to be modeled after a young Woody Allen
1987:
Appeared in the film "Can't Buy Me Love" as Patrick Dempsey's little brother Chuckie Miller
1990:
Featured as one of the children in the ABC miniseries "Stephen King's IT"
1991:
Debuted as a series regular on the short-lived ABC sitcom "Good & Evil"
1994:
Starred as Harry Byrd, the eldest son, on the ABC series "The Byrds of Paradise"
1997:
Had regular role on the short-lived CBS sitcom "Temporarily Yours"
1997:
Played Scott Evil in "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery"
1997:
Joined cast of the hit series "Buffy, the Vampire Slayer" in the recurring role of Oz; role made regular as of the 1998-99 season
1999:
Voiced multiple characters, including the regular one of Chris, on the Fox animated series "Family Guy"; show was cancelled in 2002, but resumed production in 2005
2001:
Played a weaselly young publicist in "America's Sweethearts"
2001:
Had featured role as one of the contestants trying to win $2 million in "Rat Race"
2002:
Co-starred in "Knockaround Guys"; released in Italy as "Dangerous Company"
2002:
Cast in the short-lived television series "Greg the Bunny" (Fox)
2002:
Reprised role of Scott Evil for the third Austin Powers movie "Austin Powers in Goldmember"
2003:
Played a computer genius in the 60s remake "The Italian Job"
2003:
Cast as New York club kid James St. James in "Party Monster"
2004:
Co-starred with Dax Shepard and Matthew Lillard in the comedy "Without a Paddle"
2004:
Cast as a mysterious museum curator in "Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed"
2005:
Co-created "Robot Chicken" with Matthew Senreich for the Adult Swim Channel; earned an Emmy nomination (2009, 2010) for Outstanding Voiceover Performance
2006:
Appears regularly as a parody of himself on the HBO series "Entourage"
2006:
With "Robot Chicken" co-creator Matthew Senreich, signed a two-picture deal with Dimension Films
2008:
Guest starred on two episodes of NBC's "Heroes"
2009:
Co-starred with Robin Williams and John Travolta in the comedy "Old Dogs"
2011:
Voiced the lead character Milo in the animated feature "Mars Needs Moms"
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companion:
Chad Morgan. Actor.

Family close complete family listing

father:
Herbert Green. Math teacher.
mother:
Barbara Green. Artist.
sister:
Kaela Green. Older.

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