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Moviegoers and television viewers are very familiar with the work of SETH GREEN (Dr. Dan Mott) over the past 22 years. Green was named Best TV Actor by Entertainment Weekly magazine and F! Entertainment Television's poll proclaimed him the hottest young actor in Hollywood. He recently starred in "Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed” with his "Without a Paddle” co-star Matthew Lillard.

Green starred in Paramount Pictures' "The Italian Job” and "Party Monster” in 2003, in and "Knockaround Guys” in 2001, all of which garnered him rave reviews, as did his performance in 1998's "Can't Hardly Wait.” He has made notable appearances in numerous other films, some of which include "America's Sweethearts,” "Rat Race” and all three "Austin Powers” films, as well as with his roles in the hit TV series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and "Greg the Bunny.”

Aside from Green's films, series and accolades, he's reached the pinnacle of showbiz success in a more tangible format: Three action figures have been made in his likeness by the industry's top toymakers.

Green has worked almost nonstop since entering the business at the age of seven. He traded quips with Johnny Carson on "The Tonight Show” and starred in David Mamet's "American Buffalo” at the Old Globe in San Diego in 1996. At eight, Green landed his first film assignment, a co-starring role in "The Hotel New Hampshire,” with Jodie Foster and Rob Lowe. At twelve, he wound up with a leading role in Woody Allen's "Radio Days.” Soon, Green was landing roles in several feature films, including "Big Business,” opposite Bette Midler, "My Stepmother Is an Alien,” "Can't Buy Me Love” and many others. He was a series regular on such TV series as "Good & Evil,” "The Byrds of Paradise” and "Temporarily Yours.”

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