Seth Green is a well-known American director, producer, writer, actor, voice artist, and comedian. He is best known for his voice and production role in the hugely popular stop-motion sketch comedy series Robot Chicken. The actor’s bubbly character and collected demeanour have earned him numerous fans throughout the world.
How old is Seth Green? The multi-talented actor was born on 8th February 1974 in Overbrook Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Herbert Green and Barbara Gesshel. He is currently 46 years old. The actor legally changed his last name from Gesshel-Green to Green to better suit his profession.
- Name: Seth Benjamin Green
- Date of birth: 8th February 1974
- Place of birth: Overbrook Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Seth Green age: 46 years
- Nationality: American
- Zodiac: Aquarius
- Ancestry: Mixed (Russian, Polish, and Scottish)
- Height: 5 feet 4 inches (163 centimeters/ 1.63 meters)
- Weight: 60 kilograms (132.28 pounds)
- Father: Herbert Green
- Mother: Barbara Gesshel
- Sister: Kaela Green
- Occupation: Actor, producer, writer, voice artist, and director
- Net worth: $40 million
The actor has mixed ancestry comprised of Scottish, Polish, and Russian roots. He was raised in a Jewish setting and even had a Bar Mitzvah ceremony.
At the age of seven, Green began his acting career, drawing inspiration from television shows such as Porky’s, Caddyshack, Saturday Night Live, Blackadder, and Monty Python’s Flying Circus.
Seth’s first movie roles came in the 1984 films titled The Hotel New Hampshire and Billions for Boris. The former cast him alongside Rob Lowe and Jodie Foster.
In 1987, Seth appeared in the film Can’t Buy Me Love as Chuckie Miller. This was followed by a role in Woody Allen’s Radio Days (1987) and later, Big Business (1988).
It is worth noting that the actor is not related to Bruce Seth Green, who directed several episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Some sources often confuse the two, wrongly crediting Seth Green as the episodes’ director.
Family Guy role
One of Seth’s most prominent voice roles is in the hugely popular animated sitcom Family Guy. The series follows the dysfunctional Griffin family made up of Peter and Lois (parents), their children; Meg, Chris, and Stewie, and the family’s pet dog, Brian.
Seth voices Chris Griffin, a daft, overweight teenager who is, in most ways, a younger version of his father, Peter. The actor also voices Goldman, one of the Griffins’ neighbors.
Family Guy has a star-studded cast that includes Mike Henry, Mila Kunis, Alex Borstein, and Seth MacFarlane.
Seth Green movies and TV shows
Here is a look at the films in which the renowned actor has appeared.
- A Futile and Stupid Gesture (2018) as Christopher Guest
- Airborne (1993) as Wiley
- America’s Sweethearts (2001) as Danny Wax
- Arcade (1993) as Stilts
- Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002) as Scott Evil
- Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997) as Scott Evil
- Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999) as Scott Evil
- Be Cool Shotgun (2005) in an uncredited role
- Big Business (1988) as Jason
- Billions for Boris (1984) as Benjamin 'Ape-Face’ Andrews
- Boys Life 2 (1997) as Homophobe
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) as Vampire
- Can’t Buy Me Love (1987) as Chuckie Miller
- Can’t Hardly Wait (1998) as Kenny Fisher
- Changeland (2019) as Brandon
- Dear Dictator (2018) as Dr. Charles Seaver
- Electric Apricot: Quest for Festeroo (2006) as Jonah 'The Taper Guy’
- Enemy of the State (1998) as Selby
- Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) as Howard, the Duck
- Holidays (2016) as Pete Gunderson
- I Know That Voice (2013) as Himself
- Idle Hands (1999) as Mick
- Iron Man 2 (2010) as Expo Fan
- Josie and the Pussycats (2001) as Travis
- Knockaround Guys (2001) as Johnny Marbles
- Krampus (2015) as Lumpy
- Mars Needs Moms (2011) as Milo
- Missing Parents (1990) as Leo
- My Stepmother Is an Alien (1988) as Fred Glass
- Notes from Underground (1995) as Punk Neighbor
- Old Dogs (2009) as Craig White
- Our Shining Moment (1991) as Wheels
- Party Monster (2003) as James St. James
- Pump Up the Volume (1990) as Joey
- Radio Days (1987) as Joe
- Rat Race (2001) as Duane Cody
- Rock Star 101 (2001) as Le’ Von
- Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004) as Patrick Wisely
- Sex Drive (2008) as Ezekiel
- Sexy Evil Genius (2013) as Zachary Newman
- Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story Chris Griffin (2005) as various voices
- Stonebrook (1999) as Cornelius
- The Attic Expeditions (2001) as Douglas
- The Best Man (2005) as Murray
- The Day My Parents Ran Away (1993) as Leo
- The Double 0 Kid (1992) as Chip
- The Hotel New Hampshire (1984) as ‘Egg’ Berry
- The Identical (2014) as Dino
- The Italian Job (2003) as Lyle 'Napster’
- The Lego Batman Movie (2017) as King Kong
- The Story of Luke (2011) as Zack
- The Trumpet of the Swan (2001) as Boyd (voice)
- The TV Set (2006) as Slut Wars Host
- Ticks (1993) as Tyler Burns
- To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday (1996) as Danny Green
- Wednesdays (2020) as Patrick
- White Man’s Burden (1995) as the third youth at the hot dog stand
- Willy/Milly (1986) as Malcolm
- Without a Paddle (2004) as Dan Mott
- Wrestling Isn’t Wrestling (2015) as DX Fan
Television show roles
The actor has played different roles in numerous television shows. These include:
- 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd (1999–2000) as Eddie McDowd
- 12 oz. Mouse (2018) as Mouse 'Fitz’ Fitzgerald (voice)
- ABC Afterschool Special (1985) as Tommy Sanders on the episode I Want to Go Home
- Amazing Stories (1986) as Lance on the episode The Sitter
- American Dad! (2005–2016) as various voices
- Angel (1999) as Daniel ‘Oz’ Osbourne on the episode In the Dark
- Aqua Teen Hunger Force (2003) as Seth Green on the episode The Dressing
- Batman Beyond (1999–2000) as Nelson Nash
- Batman: The Animated Series (1992) as the wizard’s voice on the episode I Am the Night
- Beverly Hills, 90210 (1993) as Wayne on the episode The Game Is Chicken
- Bobcat Goldthwait’s Misfits & Monsters (2018) as Noble Bartell on the episode Bubba the Bear
- Broad City (2016) as Jared
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997–2000) as Daniel ‘Oz’ Osbourne
- Castle (2016) as Linus (voice)
- Community (2015) as Scrunch on the episode Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television
- Conan (2013) as Conan O’Brien on the episode Occupy Conan: When Outsourcing Goes Too Far
- Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (2017) as Patrick on the episode Is Josh Free in Two Weeks?
- Cybill (1998) as Jaybo on the episode Cybill Sheridan’s Day Off
- Dads (2013–2014) as Eli Sachs
- Entourage (2006–2008) as himself
- Evening Shade (1992) as Larry Phipps
- Family Guy (1999–present) as Chris Griffin and various voices
- Four Kings (2006) as Barry
- Franklin & Bash (2012) as Jango on the episode Jango and Rossi
- Free Spirit (1989) as Joey on the episode Too Much of a Good Thing
- Good & Evil (1991) as David
- Greg the Bunny (2002) as Jimmy Bender
- Grey’s Anatomy (2007) as Nick
- Guardians of the Galaxy (2018) as Howard the Duck (voice)
- Haunted Lives: True Ghost Stories (1995 ) as Termite
- Heroes (2008) as Sam
- Holliston (2012–2013) as Gustavo
- How I Met Your Mother (2012) as Daryl LaCorte on the episode The Final Page
- Hulk and the Agents of SMASH (2013–2015) as Rick Jones
- Husbands (2013) as The Officiant on the episode I Do Over
- It (1990) as Young Richie Tozier
- Life Goes On (1990) as William Butler
- MAD (2011–2013) as various voices
- Mad About You Bobby (1997) as Rubenfeld on the episode Guardianhood
- MADtv (2000–2005) as Brightling
- Married to the Kellys (2004) Dr. Jim Coglan on the episode A Portrait of Susan
- Mary + Jane (2016) as Toby on the episode Neighborhood Watch
- Men at Work (2013) as a homeless guy on the episode Will Work for Milo
- Mr. Belvedere (1989) as Louis
- My Name Is Earl (2008) as Buddy
- Pearl (1997) as Bob on the episode Mission ImPearlsible
- Phineas and Ferb (2012–2014) as Monty Monogram (voice)
- Reno 911! (2008) as Rick, the manager on the episode Undercover at Burger Cousin
- Robot Chicken (2005–present) as various voices
- seaQuest DSV (1993) as Mark ‘Wolfman’
- Sesame Street (2004) as Vinny
- Something So Right (1996) as Napoleon
- Spenser: For Hire (1986) as Andy Chandler on the episode The Hopes and Fears
- Star Wars Rebels (2017) as Captain Seevor (voice
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2009–2010) as Todo 360, Ion Papanoida (voice)
- Step by Step (1995) as Danny on the episode Head of the Class
- Tales from the Darkside (1985) as Timmy on the episode Monsters in My Room
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014–2017) as Leonardo, various voices
- Temporarily Yours (1997) as David Silver
- That ’70s Show (2003–2004) as Mitch Miller
- The Byrds of Paradise (1994) as Harry Byrd
- The Cleveland Show (2009) as Chris Griffin (voice)
- The Drew Carey Show (1997) as the MC
- The Facts of Life (1988) as Adam Brinkerhoff
- The Loud House (2016) as Loki (voice) on the episode One of the Boys
- The Rookie (2020) as Jordan Neil on the episode Hand-Off
- The Secret Policeman’s Ball (2006) as Private Parts
- The Simpsons (2017) as Robot Chicken Nerd (voice) on the episode The Cad and the Hat
- The Venture Brothers (2009) as Lance Hale (voice) on the episode Self-Medication
- The Wonder Years (1992) as Jimmy Donnelly
- The X-Files (1993) as Emil
- Titan Maximum Lt. Gibbs (2009) as various voices
- Warren the Ape (2010) as himself
- Weird Science (1994) as Lubec on the episode Lisa’s Virus
- Whatever Happened to Robot Jones? (2002) as various voices
- Will & Grace (2005) as Randall Finn on the episode Friends with Benefits
- Young People’s Specials (1984) as Charlie on the episode Charlie’s Christmas Secret
Here are some of the awards Green has won throughout his career.
- 1992 Young Artist Award: Outstanding Young Comedian in a Television Series for his role in Good & Evil
- 2008 Annie Award: Directing in an Animated Television Production for his role in Robot Chicken: Star Wars
- 2009 Annie Award: Best Animated Television Production for Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II
- 2009 Annie Award: Writing in an Animated Television Production or Short Form for Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II
- 2011 Annie Award: Writing in a Television Production for Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III
- 2013 Annie Award: Best General Audience Animated Television Production for Robot Chicken DC Comics Special
- 2016 Primetime Emmy Award: Outstanding Short-format Animated Program for Robot Chicken Christmas Special: The X-Mas United
Who is Seth Green girlfriend?
The actor married Clare Grant, an actress with whom he worked on shows such as Warren the Ape, Robot Chicken, and Agents of SMASH. Seth Green and wife got married on 1st May 2010 after their 2009 engagement.
Seth Green wife was born on 23rd August 1979 and is currently 40 years old. Before his current marriage, Green had several relationships. These include:
- Chad Morgan (1998-2002): Seth started going out with actress Chad Morgan in 1998. The two appeared at several public events and functions side by side before they decided to draw curtains on their relationship of four years in 2002. However, their separation was amicable, and they remained close friends after their breakup. She even made multiple appearances in his comedy show Robot Chicken.
- Candace Bailey (2006-2007): Seth reportedly started dating actress Candace Bailey in April 2006. She even joined him for protests during the infamous strike by Writers Guild of America in April 2007. The two decided to go separate ways some months later, with the premiere of I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry marking their last public appearance as a couple.
- Kristin Chenoweth (2008): Green was reported to be in a relationship with actress Kristin Chenoweth after they were pictured out on a date at a posh Hollywood hotel in 2008. They had grown close while working in the TV comedy sketch series Robot Chicken.
- Robin Bain (2008): Green went out with actress and writer Robin Bain for a couple of months in 2008. They had reportedly got enamoured with each other while working in Robot Chicken.
Does Seth Green have a child?
The actor does not have any children yet. Some time back, he and his wife stated that they were not planning to have children any time soon.
In September 2000, Green was quoted saying,
“God is, to me, pretty much an idea. God is, to me, pretty much a myth created over time to deny the idea that we’re all responsible for our own actions.” This was in response to a question regarding God’s existence.
Later, he expounded on this statement, saying that everyone is entitled to their opinion. He maintained that he was not one of those people who do not believe in God or a governing, overlaying force that makes everything asymmetrical.
How much is Seth Green worth?
The current Seth Green net worth is estimated to be $40 million. The actor’s income comes from his acting, voice artistry, production, directing, and writing roles.
How tall is Seth Green?
Seth Green height is 1.63 meters (163 centimeters or 5 feet 4 inches). His chest, biceps, and waist measure 91.5 centimeters, 32 centimeters, and 81 centimeters, respectively.
Seth Green has undoubtedly had a busy career, as evidenced by his numerous roles in movies and television shows. It will be interesting to see what the bubbly actor gets involved in next.