Seth Green is an American actor, producer, screenwriter, and director. The Emmy Award winner has become famous as a writer and comedian. The artist took part in the scoring of the popular cartoon projects "Family Guy" and "Robot Chicken".
Seth Benjamin Gessel Green, no producer or director plans to trust the role of brutal heroes. But the short and thin performer became a recognizable person and managed to achieve noticeable success in many aspects of film activity.
Road to fame
The biography of the future filmmaker began in 1974. The child was born on February 8 in the family of an artist and teacher. Mom, Barbara Gessel, was distinguished by her creative nature, and her father Herb Green turned out to be a real pragmatist. As a result, they broke up. The son at that time was in his teens.
The boy grew up active, adored playing football. At the same time, Seth was very good at parodies. He portrayed celebrities superbly. The parents brought their six-year-old kid to the musical "Hello, Dolly!" The magnificent performance made a huge impression on the boy. He decided to become an actor.
Green made his debut at 10. He played Berry's "Embryo" in The New Hampshire Hotel. In the story, the head of the family, a school teacher, plans to open a hotel. His spouse and children help him to realize his plans. Seth was reincarnated as the youngest of them. At 13, the young actor starred with Woody Alain in the film "The Age of Radio". In the director's autobiographical work, the teenager played the role of Joe.
Then there was work in "Love Can't Buy", shooting in "Big Business" with movie stars, participation in the comedy "My Stepmother is an Alien."
In the horror film "It" by Stephen King, Green played the main character as a child. The teenager also appeared in many TV series. In the nineties, the most striking roles were the roles of the son of Doctor Evil from the comic action movie about the superhero Austin Powers and the werewolf Oz in the cult series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The actor played the same character in another series, "Angel".
In the 2001 gangster film "The Bouncers", the actor got one of the leading roles, Johnny Marbles. According to the plot, the son of a mafia boss cannot be entrusted with a single serious matter. In the end, Matty still gets the task. Knowing that before that all the transmissions did not reach the addressees, the guy entrusts the execution to a friend, Johnny Marbles. He must take the money on a private plane.
While refueling at the airport, the hapless mafia gets scared of the police officers he sees and hides a bag of money in his luggage. As a result, the transfer remains with the teenagers who work as loaders. The loser's friends decided to rectify the situation on their own, but in the end, the brother of the mafia chief and, concurrently, his "right hand" takes over.
The biopic "Club Mania" was released in 2003. In the film adaptation of the work of James St. James, Green reincarnated as the author himself. According to the script, Michael Alig becomes an outcast in his town. He moves to New York and makes a career as the best party organizer with the help of pals James and Peter.
But a happy life is out of control of a businessman. The painting was intended to resurrect the outgoing glory of Macaulay Culkin, the star of the Home Alone franchise. The grown up young star coped with the image of the main character brilliantly.
New facets of talent
Green, who has proven himself as a comedian, rarely receives offers to star in films of a different genre. Therefore, I gladly agreed to participate in the gangster action movie "The Italian Robbery" in the role of Lyle. He reincarnated as one of the robbers, a tech expert.
According to the plot, those who decided to take revenge for the betrayal and robbery of his former colleague, his ex-friends plan to deprive him of their appropriated wealth. According to the plan, the truck with gold instead of Steve's house ends up in underground utilities. The company quickly reloads the ingots and disappears through the subway into the sewers.
All technical aspects are developed by Lyle, who calls himself Napster. The operation is going brilliantly. Everyone wins. Lyle, for example, ends up on the cover of a magazine.
In the popular TV series Grey's Anatomy, Green was offered the role of Nick in 2007. As a guest star in the form of Daryl LaCorta, the actor appeared before the audience in the series How I Met Your Mother.
Seth also became equally popular with his scoring work. In 1999 he was involved in the famous cartoon project "Family Guy". The actor was entrusted with the character of Chris Griffin. As conceived by the creators, the teenager is not burdened with a huge intellect. Seth brilliantly coped with the task, giving the hero the voice of a maniac from the cult "Silence of the Lambs", slightly giving him a "childishness". This character was voiced by the performer in The Cleveland Show in 2009.
Family and work
Another landmark work was the series "Robot Chicken". For seven seasons, the actor voiced the leading characters in it. Seth made a significant contribution to the popularity of the project as a screenwriter. In the format of television films, later "Robot Chicken" was shown on the screen. In this version, Green acted as the director. For his success in the multi-business, he was awarded an Emmy.
In 2008, the filmmaker's personal life was transformed. He met the charming Claire Grant. Green's chosen one is a successful model, singer and actress.
A romance began between them. After the wedding on the first day of May 2010, the lovers became husband and wife.
To all questions from journalists about his private life in the new status, the actor replies that his wife is self-sufficient. She did not plan to stay in the role of Seth Green's girlfriend, and therefore became his wife.
As the artist ironically notes, it is very difficult and even inconvenient for the chosen one to play serious dramatic roles, being the wife of a comedian. This requires extraordinary talent.