Seth Green (born February 8, 1974) is an American actor, whose first well known role was that of Oz the werewolf in the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Green was born to Jewish parents Herb Green and Barbara Gesshel in Overbrook Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Standing 5'4" (163 cm) with a full head of red hair, Green appeared in all three Austin Powers movies (as Dr Evil's son Scott) and in the short-lived television series Greg the Bunny, as well as voicing the character of Chris Griffin (among others) on the animated series Family Guy. Seth Green also guest starred on the comedy That '70s Show as the character Mitch Miller. He appeared in the teenage sitcom Tucker, playing himself in the part of McKenna's boyfriend, and in the second episode of The X-Files as a secondary character.
One of his first roles was in the 1988 motion picture My Stepmother is an Alien which featured his future Buffy costar Alyson Hannigan.
In 2005, he co-created Robot Chicken with Matthew Senreich for Cartoon Network's Adult Swim and the Freshmen with Hugh Sterbakov. Green has also written for the magazine Toyfare and is a noted fan and collector of M.A.S.K. toys.
He is starring in the NBC sitcom Four Kings, which debuted January 5, 2006.
Seth Green has a number of action figures based on his characters of Oz (Buffy), Scott Evil (Austin Powers) and Chris Griffin (Family Guy). He also happens to be a collector of action figures.