Curious about Seth Green's height, wife and net worth? Here's everything you want to know about the man.
With his giant career, you may not have noticed Seth Green is a short guy. It's widely believed that he is 5'4, with some reports that he is actually 5'3.
It wouldn't be a stretch to say he's usually the shortest man in any given setting. Of course, his lack of height hasn't stopped him from finding success, love, and wealth.
How tall is Seth Green?
Seth Green's height is reportedly five foot four or 162 centimeters. Don't be surprised if you didn't know about his very modest height.
He is quoted saying,
“The great thing about this business is it's not about how you look, it's how they can make you look”.
Seth has talent and confidence to spare, which is probably one of the reasons his below-average height doesn't phase him.
Who is Seth Green's wife?
With all that self-assurance, Seth Green married actress and model Clare Grant. And, yes, she is quite a bit taller than him.
She is five foot seven and often wearing heels. The couple married in 2010 at Skywalker Ranch, George Lucas' movie ranch and workplace. The ranch is about forty miles north of San Francisco.
Grant and Green met at Golden Apple Comics in 2006. Green and Grant clearly share a love for Star Wars, humor, and each other. A firm believer in marriage, Green once said, “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.”
What is Seth Green's net worth?
Through his career success and smart business decisions, Green has accumulated quite a substantial nest egg. At 45 years old, Seth Green's estimated net worth is $25 Million.
How did he get that nice pile of cash?
Well, Mr. Green has been working steadily in Hollywood since 1984, when he was just a ten-year old boy. Not many realize Green was a child actor.
In fact, he has seemingly escaped all of the trials that plague child stars. He has said “I was never famous as a kid. That's the biggest difference between me and any other kid actor.”
It's true. He was never Macaulay Culkin. His childhood credits include a literal After School Special and The Hotel New Hampshire.
Today, Seth Green is currently working on several films and the “Star Wars: Detours” television series. He wrote, directed, and starred in feature film Changeland, which is slated to premiere in June of 2019. Changeland also features his wife, Clare Grant as well as fellow “Robot Chicken” alum Rachel Bloom.
What movies has he been in?
Seth Green is most recognized for his role as Scott Evil in the Austin Powers trilogy.
Those films were released between 1997 and 2002. Playing Lyle in The Italian Job (2003) also lent Green notoriety. More recently, he starred in the Christopher Guest production A Stupid and Futile Gesture (2018).
How about TV shows?
In addition to his film work, Green's voice can be heard very often on our television screen. He famously voices Chris Griffin on “Family Guy”.
He's also the voice of Neil Goldman and various other characters on the animated show. In a similar vein, he is credited with several voices on “Robot Chicken”, such as Batman and The Nerd.
Green's work on “Robot Chicken” has won him three Primetime Emmy Awards. He is the co-creator and executive producer of the critically acclaimed, animated series.
In the early aughts, Seth Green played Mitch Miller on “That 70's Show”. Of course, he still makes the occasional cameo on our television screens, like when he delivered a rare, subdued performance as “Patrick” on a 2017 episode of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.
With his talent and creativity, Seth Green is a very popular character actor (one who specializes in playing eccentric parts rather than leading roles). He also has an obvious gift for writing and producing. His Hollywood career will surely continue for decades to come.
His Personal Style
Instead of using a particular aesthetic to create a signature style, Seth Green uses grooming.
His orange-red hair and beard are almost as famous as him. When it comes to clothing, Green's style is pretty basic and a little off, which is something he has in common with many other comedic actors.
For example, his tie can be askew. His suits can be a bit wrinkly. The fit of his garments is never perfect.
Seth Green‘s style is very standard. For red carpets, he sticks to blue and black suits with solid ties and white shirts.
For panel discussions and street wear, Green favors simple black t-shirts with the occasional leather jacket.
Clearly, the guy's not a train wreck–but he's not really utilizing style as a tool either. It's fine if he prefers simple looks, but with a little tailoring and attention to detail he could look spectacular instead of boring.
Of course, with over thirty years of quality work behind him, a gorgeous wife, and a sizable bank account, we can forgive him for not being too concerned with the hem of his pants.