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Seth Green

Seth GreenAKA Seth Benjamin Gesshel-Green

Born: 8-Feb-1974
Birthplace: Philadelphia, PA

Gender: Male
Religion: Atheist
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Dr. Evil's son Scott

A 1974 brochure about natural childbirth features photos of the emergence of Seth Green from his mother's womb. By the time he was 6, he was a veteran of several TV commercials. At 10, he made his first big-screen appearance in The Hotel New Hampshire (1984), as Jodie Foster's nightmare-plagued younger brother. At 13, he played a slightly fictionalized young Woody Allen in Radio Days. His more recent films include America's Sweethearts, The Italian Job, and Party Monster. He is best known for his role as Dr. Evil's son Scott in the Austin Powers movies.

On TV's Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Green played a shy kid in a rock band who fell for Alyson Hannigan but then discovered he was a werewolf. He left Buffy in 1999 to deal with his film commitments. No stranger to animated television, Green has provided the voice of the fat teenaged son Chris Griffin on Family Guy since 1999. His stop-motion pop culture mashup barrage Robot Chicken debuted on the Cartoon Network's Adult Swim in 2005.

Father: Herbert Green (math teacher)
Mother: Barbara Gesshel (artist)
Sister: Kaela Green
Girlfriend: Chad Morgan (actress, b. 30-Nov-1973, ex-)
Wife: Clare Grant (model, b. 23-Aug-1979, m. 1-May-2010)

    High School: Robert E. Lamberton High School, Philadelphia, PA (1991)

    John Edwards for President
    Endorsement of Burger King
    Endorsement of Carl's Jr.
    Endorsement of Hewlett-Packard
    Endorsement of Kodak
    Endorsement of Wendy's
    Jewish Ancestry

    Four Kings Barry (2006)
    Robot Chicken Creator, Producer, and Voices (2005-)
    That '70s Show Mitch Miller (2003-04)
    Greg the Bunny Jimmy Bender (2002)
    Tucker Himself (2000-01)
    Family Guy Chris Griffin (voice, 1999-)
    100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd Eddie McDowd (voice, 1999-2000)
    Buffy the Vampire Slayer Daniel Osbourne (1997-99)
    Good & Evil David (1991)

    Changeland (7-Jun-2019)

    Changeland (7-Jun-2019)
    A Futile and Stupid Gesture (24-Jan-2018)
    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (19-Apr-2017) [VOICE]
    The LEGO Batman Movie (1-Feb-2017) [VOICE]
    Holidays (14-Apr-2016)
    Krampus (30-Nov-2015) [VOICE]
    The Identical (17-Apr-2014)
    Sexy Evil Genius (9-Apr-2013)
    Dear Mr. Watterson (9-Apr-2013) · Himself
    The Story of Luke (12-Oct-2012)
    Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope (10-Sep-2011) · Himself
    Mars Needs Moms (9-Mar-2011) · Milo
    Family Guy Presents: Something Something Something Dark Side (22-Dec-2009) [VOICE]
    Old Dogs (25-Nov-2009) · Craig
    Sex Drive (16-Oct-2008) · Ezekiel
    Unhitched (10-Nov-2005) · Murray
    Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story (23-Jul-2005) [VOICE]
    Without a Paddle (20-Aug-2004) · Dan Mott
    Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (20-Mar-2004) · Patrick
    The Italian Job (30-May-2003) · Lyle
    Party Monster (18-Jan-2003)
    Austin Powers in Goldmember (22-Jul-2002) · Scott Evil
    Knockaround Guys (30-Nov-2001) · Johnny Marbles
    Rat Race (30-Jul-2001)
    America's Sweethearts (17-Jul-2001) · Danny Wax
    The Attic Expeditions (31-Mar-2001)
    The Trumpet of the Swan (1-Mar-2001) [VOICE]
    Batman Beyond: The Movie (21-Dec-1999) [VOICE]
    Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (8-Jun-1999)
    Idle Hands (30-Apr-1999)
    Stonebrook (30-Apr-1999)
    Can't Hardly Wait (12-Jun-1998) · Kenny
    Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (2-May-1997)
    Boys Life 2 (7-Mar-1997)
    To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday (18-Oct-1996) · Danny
    White Man's Burden (05-Oct-1995)
    Notes from Underground (12-Sep-1995)
    The Day My Parents Ran Away (13-Dec-1993)
    Airborne (17-Sep-1993)
    Arcade (20-Jul-1993)
    Ticks (17-Jun-1993)
    The Double 0 Kid (1992)
    It (18-Nov-1990)
    Pump Up the Volume (22-Aug-1990) · Joey
    My Stepmother is an Alien (9-Dec-1988)
    Big Business (10-Jun-1988) · Jason
    Can't Buy Me Love (14-Aug-1987)
    Radio Days (30-Jan-1987) · Joe
    Something Special (14-Nov-1986)
    The Hotel New Hampshire (9-Mar-1984) · Egg
    Billions for Boris (1984)

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