Seth Green

Robot Chicken creator Seth Green was born in Overbrook Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to teachers Herbert and Barbara Green on February 8, 1974. Green got his start in television and movies at the age of 7, appearing throughout the 1980s and 1990s in such shows as Amazing Stories, The Facts Of Life, Mr. Belvidere and The Wonder Years
Though he had been appearing in small parts for years, Green first gained wide notice in 1997 when he starred in Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery, playing the resentful son of villain Dr. Evil. That same year, he began a three-year stint as the werewolf Oz on the mega-popular Buffy The Vampire Slayer TV series. Green's best known role is perhaps the voice of the awkward, bumbling Chris Griffin of Family Guy, a part he has played since 1999.
In addition to his starring roles, Green has a long list of guest roles on popular shows, making appearances on such show as That ‘70s Show, Grey's Anatomy, Sesame Street, How I Met Your Mother and Entourage. Most recently, he starred on the short lived Fox sitcom Dads.
Although he is better known for his bevy of TV roles, Green is no slouch when it comes to the big screen, starring in the movies Can't Hardly Wait, Idle Hands, Without A Paddle, The Italian Job, Party Monster and Mars Needs Moms.
Seth Green has carved out a career for himself behind the camera as well, creating and producing the popular Cartoon Network Adult Swim series Robot Chicken and, most recently WWE Slam City for the WWE network.