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SETH GREEN (Craig) was named the Best TV Actor by Entertainment Weekly magazine while E! Entertainment Television's poll proclaimed him the hottest young actor in Hollywood. He recently wrapped the lead role in Disney's upcoming "Mars Needs Moms.” Green and Matthew Senreich created/executive produce/write/direct (and Green provides multiple voices each week for) the Emmy®-winning "Robot Chicken,” their stop-motion animation, pop-culture parody show on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. The "Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II” special earned Green an Outstanding Voiceover Emmy nomination and the 2009 Annie Awards for writing and best animated TV show. Green won the 2008 Annie Award for directing the first "Robot Chicken: Star Wars” special and both specials were Emmy-nominated. Green, Senreich and Tom Root executive produce "Titan Maximum,” their new Adult Swim show with Green voicing the villain. Green also voices Chris Griffin on "Family Guy,” the hit Fox animated series.

Green was the lead in Paramount's comedy "Without a Paddle,” and the indie film "Party Monster.” He also won rave reviews for his starring turns in "Knockaround Guys,” "Can't Hardly Wait,” "The Italian Job,” "America's Sweethearts,” "Rat Race,” all three "Austin Powers” films, and numerous television roles. He mocked his well-earned nice-guy rep on "Entourage.” Aside from his other accolades, Green reached the pinnacle of showbiz success in the most tangible medium…multiple action figures made in his likeness by the industry's top toymakers.

He's worked almost non-stop since he began in the business at age 7. Green was born on February 8, 1974. He signed with a manager who had him working the next day on an RCA/John Denver promotion. Soon he was commuting regularly between Philadelphia and locations across the country. At 8, Green landed his first film assignment, a co-starring role in "Hotel New Hampshire,” at 12, a lead in Woody Allen's "Radio Days” and was soon trading quips with Carson. He was the rare child actor ("Big Business,” "My Stepmother Is an Alien,” "Can't Buy Me Love” and three TV series) who successfully transitioned to adult roles, including starring in David Mamet's "American Buffalo” at the Old Globe in San Diego in '96. He also starred on TV in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” "Greg the Bunny” and "Four Kings.”

He already reached his original goal of "getting all my friends together to make a movie or TV show.” Green, Senreich and Root have a series pilot deal at Fox and have several films in development. He and his childhood friend, Hugh Sterbakov, created a comic book for Top Cow, "Freshmen,” which debuted at the 2005 Comic-Con and sold out across the country the week of its debut. Known for his professionalism on and off the set, Green says, "I don't take myself seriously but I take what I do seriously—I always want to work hard and to appreciate what I am getting.”

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