Seth says the most annoying animals on the planet are wasps.
Seth has a phobia of large crowds.
Seth Green appears in the funeral scene in Fall Out Boy's video clip for the single This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race, alongside Michelle Trachtenberg who also starred in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Seth Green appears for a cameo on Weird Al's music video for White & Nerdy, showing the action figures.
Seth is a collector of M.A.S.K. toys. M.A.S.K., an animated television series produced by DIC Enterprises, was a hybrid of popular era cartoons.
Seth has an uncredited cameo in the 2001 movie Josie And The Pussycats as one of the members of the boy band "Du'Jour."
Seth filmed the movie Without A Paddle in Wellington, New Zealand.
Seth based the gravelly voice of "Chris Griffin" in Family Guy on the character "Buffalo Bill" from the movie The Silence of the Lambs.
Seth ranked #7 of the Top Ten Sexiest Men of the Buffy/Angel universe in a fan poll by the Buffy the Vampire Slayer magazine.
Seth has written introductions and praise for the magazine Toyfare, a periodical for action figures and comic book aficionados.
Seth plays Patrick in the 2004 film Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed.
Seth is perhaps best known for playing the character of Scott Evil in the Austin Powers films.
Seth's first movie was Billions for Boris in 1984.
Seth is a producer on the movie The 1 Second Film.
Seth has an uncredited role in the movie Be Cool.
Seth is the only cast member to have acted in both the TV series and the 1992 movie Buffy the Vampire Slayer (even though he was cut from the feature film).
Seth's character "Oz" in Buffy the Vampire Slayer played lead guitar for the band "Dingoes Ate My Baby." The music played by this band was actually music from the band Four Star Mary. The band pays thanks to Seth in the liner notes to their first album Thrown to the Wolves.
Seth's astrological sign is "Aquarius," his Chinese astrological sign is "Tiger."
There has been a rumor for some time that Seth's baby picture was used in an ad campaign for natural childbirth, but Seth's mother has denied it.
On Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Seth Green's character, "Oz," had the words "Sweet J" written on his guitar. Seth Green now heads up an animation production company called "Sweet J Presents."
Seth Green actually owns the Dell Latitude laptop computer used by his character "Lyle" in The Italian Job (2003).
It was rumored that Seth would reprise his role as Daniel "Oz" Osbourne, if the series Angel was picked up for a sixth season. Since the series was cancelled after season five, this remains a rumor.
Seth Green Salaries: Without A Paddle $3,000,000, The Italian Job $2,500,000 and Buffy the Vampire Slayer $25,000 per Episode.
Seth is 5' 4" tall.
Seth auditioned for the role of Nightcrawler in the film X-Men 2 (aka X2: X-Men United), but the role went to Alan Cumming instead.
The band "Blink 182" thanks Seth (and his films Can't Hardly Wait & Idle Hands for using Blink-182 songs) in the liner notes for their album "Enema Of The State."
Several action figures have now been produced which bear Seth's likeness.
There are two figures based on his character "Scott Evil" from the Austin Powers films, complete with skunk accessory and speaking display stand (both figures are identical but the phrases that play when you push the button differ).
There is also a figure based on the character of "Oz" from the series Buffy the Vampire Slayer which comes with a guitar and amp and a t-shirt with a design by Seth himself. There are also two variants of the Oz figure, a werewolf Oz and a version with an Entertainment Earth logo on its T-shirt.
Seth is a guest guitarist on the song "Strong" by Velvet Chain which appears on the Buffy the Vampire Slayer soundtrack album.
Seth Green: I'm not interested in becoming a bigger star, I'm not interested in being the wealthiest guy in the world. I'm doing fine, I love acting, and I want to do it for the rest of my life.
Seth Green: I passed on American Pie. When the actors were getting $1 million offers after the movie came out, I was saying I should've rethought my decision. But still today, I can't see myself in that movie.
Seth Green: I'm like the guy they knew from high school. People feel they know me.
Seth Green: More often than not, I get accused of stuff that I just wasn't in, and when I tell them that I wasn't in it, they don't believe me. They just go, "Dude, you were in that Rogaine ad," and I say, "No, I'm an actor, but I wasn't in that commercial." Then they're like, "Yes you were, man! What a jerk! Why are you being such a jerk? Let's kick this guy's ass!" So it's good I run fast.
Seth Green: The failures keep you humble and sane. They make you realize how fleeting any form of success is.
Seth Green: I'm not 6 feet tall, classically beautiful and ripped like an animal. I'm just sort of... well, um... accessible.
Seth Green: It's weird. People seem to know me from stuff that I never would expect them to. If somebody recognizes me, I'm never quite sure what it's from.
Seth Green: I firmly believe in marriage. It's a real important decision that takes a lot of dedication and time. If you're thinking about divorce, you shouldn't get married.
Seth Green: All of my activities are so pedestrian. The extreme sport I play is ping pong. And we play it hard. If any of you suckers want to step up to the table, be ready.
Seth Green: Doing something because it's quote-unquote a good career move doesn't really appeal to me. There's never a surefire good career move except doing good work.
Seth Green: There's no greater way to gain an audience's sympathy than by being unfortunate.
Seth Green: Doing three movies with Mike Myers certainly loosened me up. He told me that there's a switch in your brain that censors you, makes you second- guess. You have to turn it off, shut out the fear of being embarrassed and making a mistake. Being a good improvisational actor is all about being in the scene, getting out of your head. Conan O'Brien is my favorite interviewer because he pays attention and has no game plan.
Seth Green: God is, to me, pretty much an idea. God is, to me, pretty much a myth created over time to deny the idea that we're all responsible for our own actions.
Seth Green: (on being famous) It's a period of adjustment. I've gotten a lot better at it. After working for 18 years, all of a sudden I became successful on a level where other people knew it. It's not a cat you can put back in the bag.
Seth Green: There are two kinds of people in this world: Michael Jackson fans and losers.