American actor Seth Benjamin Green, Gesshel-Green, was born on February 8, 1974. He made his acting debut in the comedy-drama The Hotel New Hampshire (1984), and during the 1980s, he played minor roles in comedies like Can’t really Buy Me Love (1987) and My Stepmother Is Indeed an Alien (1988).
Green began acting in comedies in the 1990s and 2000s, including Can’t Barely Wait (1998), Rat Race, China’s Sweethearts (both 2001), Wop 2: Creatures Unleashed, and the films Without a Paddle (both 2004). He is known for playing Scott Evil, Dr God’s son, in the Antonio Powers movie franchise (1997–2002).
Seth Benjamin Green Early Life
Barbara (Gesshel) and Herbert Green’s youngest child Seth Benjamin Gesshel-Green was a native of Overbrook Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Kaela is his only sister. Seth Benjamin Green became Green’s legal name after some time. He had a Bar Mitzvah event and was brought up Jewish. His forefathers originated in Scotland, Poland, and Russia. Green began performing at a seven-year-old age.
Seth Benjamin Green Career
On the animated television series Family Guy, Green voices Chris. Chris Griffin, the youngest son who is obese, stupid, and in many ways a carbon copy of his father, and Neil Goldman, the Griffins’ next-door neighbour, are the two characters that Green principal voices in the film.
Green did a Buffalo Bill impersonation from the suspenseful movie The Silence of the Lambs at his audition. Green imagined how “Buffalo Bill” might sound while speaking into a McDonald’s P.A. system when creating Chris’ voice.
Green is a founder, co-producer, screenwriter, director, and voice actor for the Emmy-winning “Stop-motion comedy series Television show” Robot Chicken. He has also appeared in animated form for the show. Green appeared in the music video for Fall Out Boy’s song “This Ain’t a Scene, It’s an Arms Race” due to their friendship.
He also appeared in the “White & Nerdy” video clip by “Weird Al” Yankovic. He made two episodes on The Soup in 2007 and 2008, utilising the first one to make fun of Chris Crocker, an internet celebrity.
During the 2008–09 season of Heroes on N.B.C., Green and Robot Chicken co-producer- Breckin Meyer made guest appearances. For an episode of David Faustino’s show starving in January 2009, Green collaborated with the actor who plays the role of Bud Hardy from Married with Faustino.
During that year, in the comedy movie Old Dogs, which also featured John Travolta, he collaborated with one of his heroes, Robin Williams. Green was the special guest presenter for the July 13 edition of WWE Raw on the official website of World Wrestling Entertainment. That night, Green participated in the big show, a five-tag team match, which his side won by disqualification.
Seth Benjamin Green Personal Life
Green married Clare Grant, an actress, in Central California on May 1, 2010, after the couple married on New Year’s Eve in 2009. Together, they created the viral videos for her Sword and “Geek and Gamer Ladies Song,” as well as Robot Chicken, Hugh the Ape, Changeland, Vacations, Star Wars: The Republic Wars, Hulk and the Members of S.M.A.S.H.
Green said in 2000, “God is essentially an idea. To me, God is just a myth developed over time to reject the notion that we are all accountable for our acts.” He claimed “a strong belief in the deity of the Cosmos” and that “I could not properly appreciate the extent or scale of all the aspects that I do not even understand” in 2013.
Seth Benjamin Green Net Worth
Seth Green is an American actor, voice actor, comedian, producer, writer, and director. As of 2023, his estimated net worth is $45 million. Although being an actor, he is now best known for his work as an executive producer and co-creator.
Green earns an estimated $100,000 every episode due to his voice work on Modern Family, which seems excessive given that Chris has so few lines compared to the other actors on the programme. Green earns about $2 million annually for this one role, and there are roughly 20 episodes in a season.
Additionally, they commented that the actor receives further royalties from DVD sales and syndication agreements. According to some sources, this arrangement’s annual value, including products, could reach $10 million.
Green’s career earnings are roughly $39.75 million after taxes, despite paying $35.25 million (47%) in taxes.
Out of the roughly $40 million in career profits that Green has generated, he has likely developed an extra $7-9 million through his numerous investments after accounting for his probable early losses, fees, and other expenses.