10 Things You Didn’t Know About Seth Green

Whether contributing his voice to an animated character or showing off his comedic chops on the big screen, Seth Green is one of Hollywood’s most popular comedy actors today. Throughout his decades-long career, the talented actor kept audiences in stitches with his comedic performances in numerous films and on several critically acclaimed television shows, where he developed some of the small screen’s most exciting and groundbreaking sketch comedies. Here are the top 10 things you didn’t know about Seth Green.

10. Seth Green Is A Space Fanatic

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Space exploration has long been a source of fascination for Seth Green. He has made a public service announcement for NASA and developed the CASIS patch for research missions to the ISS by the United States National Laboratory that will enhance life on Earth. 

9. He Owns The Stoopid Buddy Stoodios Animation Studio

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The animation firm Stoopid Buddy Stoodios was founded in 2011 by Seth Green and his business partners. In December 2017, the business inked a contract with 20th Century Fox Film to create animation and live-action films such as Crackle’s SuperMansion, Adult Swim’s Hot Streets, and WWE’s Camp WWE.

8. He’s A Big Blink-182 Fan

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Regarding music, one band stands above all others for Seth Green, Blink-182. The band’s smash-hit album “Enema of the State” includes a thank you to Seth in the liner notes. In addition, blink-182’s song “Thank U, Next” was featured in the 1999 film “Idle Hands,” as well as the 1998 film “Can Hardly Wait,” in which Seth Green also appeared. 

7. The Characters He Voices In Family Guy

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In the animated Fox television comedy series Family Guy, Seth Green voices the character of Chris Griffin, one of the sons of PeterLois Griffin. In addition to voicing Chris Griffin, who is chubby and dim-witted like his father, he also takes on the role of their next-door neighbor Neil Goldman. During his audition, Green portrayed the part of Buffalo Bill in the thriller The Silence of the Lambs.

6. Seth Green’s Early Career

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At age six, he began his career as an artist before his Uncle, who worked in casting, encouraged and mentored the aspiring actor. A young Seth Green made a cameo on an early edition of “Saturday Night Live,” giving him his first significant exposure on TV. At age 10, he made his cinematic debut in a minor role in the comedy-drama The Hotel New Hampshire.

5. His Major Accomplishments

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For his work creating, writing, and directing the Robot Chicken series, notably the Star Wars spinoffs, Seth Green has earned three Primetime Emmy Awards and five Annie Awards. Seth Green has also earned many other rewards throughout his career, including a Young Artist Award for his work in Good & Evil and a Spike Video Game Award for Best Cast for the Family Guy Video Game.

4. Seth And His Wife Have Collaborated On Many Projects

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3. Does He Have A Famous Brother?

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Bruce Seth Green, the director of several episodes of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” is unrelated to Seth. Some publications have mistakenly cited Seth as the director on rare occasions.

2. He Coined The “Cha-Ching” Catchphrase (No Pun Intended)

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One of the most overused catchphrases of the 1990s can be traced back to Seth Green, yet few people are aware of this. In a commercial for Rally’s Burgers from 1992, he played an annoying drive-thru cashier who repeatedly shouted “Cha-CHING!!”. Now the next time you hear someone say it, you know that the voice behind Family Guy’s Chris Griffin is responsible for it.

1. Seth Green’s Net Worth

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By 2022, Seth Green is expected to have amassed a net worth of $45 million. Despite his acting background, he is currently more well-known for his co-creator and executive producer roles. And on top of that, Seth Green reportedly earns an estimated $100,000 per episode thanks to his voice work on Family Guy, with the actor earning about $2 million annually for this role. While some might say that is a lot of money for the role, it is hard to imagine Chris Griffin voiced by anyone other than Seth Green.

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