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Real Name: Seth Green
Birthday: 02/08/1974 
Place of Birth: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

 

Seth Green Biography And Filmography:

A young actor with a flair for making even the creepiest characters seem normal, Seth Green began his acting career with television commercials at the age of six. His first film role was in 1984's "The Hotel New Hampshire" (1984) with Jodie Foster, but the young teen actor's big break came four years later with a starring role in "Radio Days", playing Little Joe. His role in "Can't Buy Me Love" (1987), as Patrick Dempsey's crazy younger brother, "Big Business" (1988), as Bette Midler's psychotic young son, and "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery" (1997), as Scott Evil, Dr. Evil's troubled son, further showcased Seth's talent. 

Previously a regular on such television series as "Good and Evil" (ABC, 1991), "The Byrds of Paradise" (1994) and "Temporarily Yours" (1997), the actor was also seen in the 1990 television miniseries Stephen King's "IT", playing the young version of Harry Anderson's character. Seth, however, reached his widest viewership playing the uncomfortable musician werewolf Oz who is romantically linked to Buffy's best friend ,Willow, on the smash hit show "Buffy, the Vampire Slayer", a returning role that became regular in the 1998-1999 season.

Green caused somewhat of a stir in 1997 when he accepted a small role in the gay erotic film "Boys Life 2" (1997) that tells the story of a gay cop who forces a gay basher to come to his house and have dinner with his family. While some critics felt that appearing in a homosexual move role so early in his career could jeopardize his future, the gay and lesbian community hailed the actor for his bravery. After his role on "Buffy, the Vampire Slayer," he went on to be cast in several large film roles. He reprised his role in the Austin Powers sequels "Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged Me" (1999) and "Austin Powers in Goldmember" (2002) with Mike Myers and Beyonce. He then appeared in "America's Sweethearts" (2001) with Julia Roberts, and "Rat Race" (2001) with Cuba Gooding Jr.

In 2002, he starred along with Eugene Levy and Sarah Silverman in the Fox television series featuring puppets as talking characters, "Greg the Bunny." While the show only aired for one season, it received decent reviews and built a loyal cult following. He then joined John Malkovich, Vin Diesel, Dennis Hopper and Barry Pepper in the mobster comedy thriller "Knockaround Guys" (2002). He was hilarious in his supporting role in 2003's "The Italian Job" (2003) playing the widget expert Lyle with Mark Wahlberg and Edward Norton, who claims an invention was taken from him by a major computer company. 

Seth's acting talents were also commended when he played the flamboyant and gay 1980's club kid and party promoter James St. James in "Party Monster" (2003) starring Macaulay Culkin. This was a disturbing movie set in the New York gay club scene of the late 1980's thru the 1990's, a tale which chronicles the rise and fall of homosexual club kid promoter Michael Alig (Macaulay Culkin), a party organizer, sex hound and drug user, whose extravagant lifestyle was sent spiraling downward when he boasted on television that he had killed his friend, roommate, and drug dealer, Angel Melendez. This movie was full of drug use, gay sex innuendo, and weird costumes. Some critics believed this to be a "coming out" for both Green and Macaulay Culkin, as both had been rumored to be gay, and Macaulay Culkin had just testified at the Michael Jackson trial about possible molestation. Audiences were not sure what to do with this movie.

He then appeared in the comedy "Without a Paddle" (2004), about three friends who set out to find bank robber D.B. Cooper's missing cash.  He next appeared in “Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed” (2004), playing a museum warden who’s suspected of being an anonymous masked desperado wreaking havoc on the city of Coolsville by unleashing supernatural foes created by his monster machine. He next created and voiced several characters in the Cartoon Network’s satirical “Robot Chicken” (2004- ), a stop-motion animated series that spoofed pop culture by using toys, dolls and claymation, everything from Transformers to Michael Jackson to Final Fantasy VII were lampooned by Green and co-creator, Michael Senreich. 

Meanwhile, Seth had a role on the live-action sitcom, “Four Kings” (2005), a series that focused on four New Yorkers who have been friends since childhood. But his voice is probably best recognized as Chris Griffin from the smash hit animated show "Family Guy" (1999-2008). Playing the son of Peter Griffin and Lois Griffin in a wacky Rhode Island town, a dysfunctional family strive to cope with everyday life as they are thrown from one crazy scenario to another. Green also provided the voices for various characters on the "Family Guy's" little brother show "American Dad" - both the brainchild of Seth MacFarlane. 

Returning to feature films, he was hired and cast in the comedy "Old Dogs" (2009) starring Robin Williams and John Travolta, about two friends and business partners who find their lives turned upside down when strange circumstances lead to them being placed in the care of 7-year-old twins. Seth then played the role of Lyle in the action adventure "The Brazilian Job" (2009) with Mark Wahlberg about Charlie Croker and his fellow crew of expert thieves who head to Rio de Janeiro to pull off another heist in this follow up to The Italian Job (2003).

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