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Seth Green
Seth Green, Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1974, Green was raised in the suburbs. At the age of 6, he was already set on acting, enrolling in lessons to help him along. His uncle, a casting director, was able to help him land jobs on television and he appeared in numerous commercials. Seth got a taste of better things to come when he appeared briefly in Hotel New Hampshire, with Brat Pack member, Rob Lowe. He would also appear in another 1980's classic, Can’t Buy Me Love.

Green continued to work into the 90s but the roles were small and failed to leave a lasting impression on audiences. His most notable roles were in the Stephen King miniseries, It, and in the teen angst flick Pump Up the Volume. Things went steadily from bad to worse, and by 1995, Seth was back to square one, with a role as “3rd Youth at Hot Dog Stand" in the little seen John Travolta movie, White Man’s Burden. I’m sure we all remember that one...Then came Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, the shagadelic hit by comedian Mike Myers. As the nefarious Doctor Evil’s progeny, Scott Evil, Seth got a lot of laughs, and even more exposure. The good fortune continued for Seth, as an appearance on the hit WB series Buffy the Vampire Slayer turned into a recurring role. He plays Oz, a young guitarist (who also has a slight werewolf problem), smitten with series regular, Alyson Hannigan (Willow). It is interesting to note that the two had previously starred together years before in the 1988 dud, My Stepmother Is an Alien.

Since Austin Powers and Buffy, Seth has continued his comeback with roles in Can’t Hardly Wait, with Jennifer Love Hewitt and Ethan Embry, and Enemy of the State with Will Smith and Gene Hackman. The two films have assured his rising fame, and broadened his fan base even further. Things seem to be looking really good for Seth. Seth's first major role since making it big on Buffy came in Idle Hands. Unfortunately, the film about a teenager who wakes up one morning with a murderous hand, suffered from some very bad timing with its release coming just a week after the Columbine School shooting. Americans were not in the mood to see more teenage killing - real or fictional. The film looked good, but it quickly disappeared from theaters.

In addition to his new movies, Seth has also been very busy working on television. Not only does he appear regularly on Buffy but he is also providing voices for two new animated series, Batman Beyond and The Family Guy. Finally successful again after all these years, Seth does not seem to want to let up, and his fans are grateful.

The Hotel New Hampshire (1984)
Something Special (1987)
Can't Buy Me Love (1987)
My Stepmother Is An Alien (1988)
Big Business (1988)
Stephen King's IT (1990)
Pump Up The Volume (1990)
The Day My Parents Ran Away (1994)
j Ticks (1994)
White Man's Burden (1995)
To Gillian On Her 37th Birthday (1996)
Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery (1997)
Can't Hardy Wait (1998)
Enemy Of The State (1998)
to be released:
Stonebrook (1999)
Idle Hands (1999)
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999)

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