Seth Green is an actor, comedian, and producer who is the creator and main voice actor on Adult Swim's "Robot Chicken." He is best known for his roles in comedy films such as the "Austin Powers" series, "Rat Race," and "America's Sweethearts."
Seth was raised in Pennsylvania and began acting from the age of six. His first roles were in the 1984 film "The Hotel New Hampshire," alongside Jodie Foster and Rob Lowe, and the 1987 film "Can't Buy Me Love." Seth gained national recognition for his performance in the 1991 Rally's "Cha Ching" commercial, for which he earned a key to the city of New Orleans. His streak of success continued in films such as "It," the "Austin Powers" series, and "Rat Race."
Seth's first prominent television role was on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," where he played a werewolf named Daniel "Oz" Osbourne. One of his most famous roles began in 1999 when he was cast as Chris Griffin on the hit animated comedy "Family Guy."
In 2005, Seth co-created the Emmy-winning stop-motion comedy series "Robot Chicken," for which he provides many characters' voices.
Seth married actress Clare Grant in 2010. They live together in Los Angeles, California.