Seth Green Net Worth

Famous as an American comedian, actor, writer, producer, and director, Seth Green Net Worth is now estimated to be $ 30 million. Till now he has appeared in numerous movies such as The Italian Job, Airborne, My Stepmother Is an Alien, Without a Paddle, America’s Sweethearts, and Electric Apricot: Quest for Festeroo. He has also appeared on many Television shows and reportedly fetched a salary between $175,000 and $225,000 for each episode of the “Family Guy”.

Green is also a co-creator and executive producer of the TV series Robot Chicken, which additionally boost up his overall net worth. Till now the series has completed 8 seasons with over 150 episodes. It was first aired on February 20, 2005, and has a running time of 11–12 minutes.

Seth Green net worth
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 BornFebruary 8, 1974
 Weight 116 lbs (53 kg)
 Height 1.63 m
Websitehttp://www.sethgreen.com/
Seth Green Earnings$ 400,000
Seth Green net worth$ 30 million

 

About:

Born to Barbara Gesshel and Herbert Green, Seth Green spent his childhood in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Earlier known as Seth Benjamin Gesshel-Green, he later adopted his stage name which was more suitable for his professional career. Coming from Polish, Russian and Scottish descent, Seth started acting before he turned 10. He first appeared in the movie Billions for Boris which was released in 1984. Thereafter he worked on many other projects. In 1994, he was cast in the Television series “The Byrds of Paradise” alongside Jennifer Love Hewitt. After establishing himself as a decent actor, he also started working as a producer, director, and writer.

On May 1, 2010, Seth married his girlfriend Clare Grant in Northern California. At present, the family resides in Los Angeles, California.


Recognition :

 

AwardCategory
Young Artist Award (1992)Outstanding Young Comedian
Spike Video Game Award (2006)Best Cast
Annie Award (2009)Best Animated Television Production
Primetime Emmy Award (2010)Outstanding Short-format Animated Program
Annie Award (2011)Writing in a Television Production
“ (2013)Best General Audience Animated Television Production
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