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Seth Green
Green at the 2015 San Diego Comic-Con
Seth Benjamin Gesshel-Green

(1974-02-08) February 8, 1974 (age 50)
Occupation(s)Actor, filmmaker
Years active1983–present
(m. 2010)

Seth Benjamin Green ( Gesshel-Green; born February 8, 1974) is an American actor and filmmaker. His film debut came with a role in the comedy-drama film The Hotel New Hampshire (1984), and he went on to have supporting roles in comedy films throughout the 1980s, including Radio Days (1987) and Big Business (1988).

During the 1990s and 2000s, Green began starring in comedy films such as Idle Hands (1999), Rat Race (2001), Without a Paddle (2004) and Be Cool (2005). During this time he became known for his portrayal of Scott Evil, Dr. Evil's son, in the Austin Powers film series (1997–2002). Green has also taken serious roles in films, including The Attic Expeditions (2001) and Party Monster (2003). He has provided the voice for Howard the Duck in a number of Marvel Cinematic Universe films and series, including Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017), and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023) and in the animated series What If...? (2021–present). In 2019, he wrote, directed, and starred in the comedy-drama film Changeland.

Green's first lead role on television was on the ABC sitcom Good & Evil in 1991, for which he won a Young Artist Award. Green later gained attention for his supporting roles as Oz, a teenage guitarist and the boyfriend of Willow Rosenberg, on the fantasy television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997–2000), and as the voice of Chris Griffin on the Fox adult animated sitcom Family Guy (1999–present). He also voiced Leonardo in the Nickelodeon animated series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014–2017) and Joker in the Mass Effect video game series (2007–2012). Green created, directed, wrote, and produced the adult animated comedy series Robot Chicken and its spinoffs (2005–present), which have earned him three Primetime Emmy Awards and five Annie Awards.

Early life

Seth Benjamin Gesshel-Green was born in Overbrook Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,[1] the son of Barbara (née Gesshel) and Herbert Green. He has one sister, Kaela. Green later legally changed his name to Seth Benjamin Green.[2][3] He was raised Jewish and had a Bar Mitzvah ceremony.[4] His ancestors were from Russia, Poland, and Scotland.[5] Green started acting at the age of 7.[6] His early comic influences included Monty Python, Blackadder, Saturday Night Live, Richard Pryor, Bill Cosby, Porky's, and Caddyshack.[7][8]


Early work

Green's first movie roles were in the 1984 films Billions for Boris and The Hotel New Hampshire; the second film cast him alongside Jodie Foster and Rob Lowe. He appeared in the 1987 film Can't Buy Me Love, playing Patrick Dempsey's character's little brother, Chuckie Miller. He starred in Woody Allen's Radio Days (1987) as Joe (a 1930s–1940s boy based on Allen) and appeared in Big Business (1988) and, in the same year, My Stepmother Is an Alien, which also starred Buffy the Vampire Slayer co-star Alyson Hannigan.

In 1984, Green portrayed Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer in the Jell-O Gelatin Pops commercials featuring The Little Rascals. In 1991, Green rose to fame in a Rally's "Cha Ching" commercial,[9][10] which earned him an appearance at a New Orleans Saints game. Green was given a key to New Orleans in honor of his role in the popular commercial.[11]

Green appeared in the horror TV series It (as Richie Tozier, age 12) and Ticks, all three Austin Powers movies (as Dr. Evil's son, Scott), and Enemy of the State and The Italian Job (as a computer specialist in both). He was also in the films Can't Hardly Wait, Rat Race, Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, Without a Paddle (alongside Matthew Lillard), Idle Hands, Party Monster, Airborne, and Old Dogs.

In 1994, he starred alongside Jennifer Love Hewitt in the short-lived series The Byrds of Paradise. He worked with Hewitt again in 1998's Can't Hardly Wait. Green also had a role in the series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. He played Daniel "Oz" Osbourne, a calm, mild-mannered member of the band Dingoes Ate My Baby who gets turned into a werewolf. The character was very popular among fans of the series. Green is not related to Bruce Seth Green, who directed some episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. On occasion, some sources confuse the two and have credited Seth as the director. As an actor in the series, he was close to co-star Alyson Hannigan because they were lovers in the show. Green has starred on Fox's Greg the Bunny and guest-starred on The X-Files, That '70s Show, Will & Grace, MADtv, Reno 911!, Entourage, Grey's Anatomy, The Wonder Years, Heroes, The Facts of Life, The Drew Carey Show, and My Name Is Earl.

Family Guy

Green at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con for Family Guy

Green provides the voice of Chris for the animated television sitcom Family Guy. Green primarily voices Chris Griffin, the teenage son, who is overweight, unintelligent and, in many respects, a younger version of his father, and Neil Goldman, a neighbor of the Griffins.[12] Green did an impression of the Buffalo Bill character from the thriller film The Silence of the Lambs during his audition.[13] Green has stated that his main inspiration for Chris' voice came from envisioning how "Buffalo Bill" would sound if he were speaking through a PA system at a McDonald's.[14]

Howard the Duck

Green provides the voice of Howard the Duck for the live-action Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) films Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) and Vol. 2 (2017) and the Disney+ animated series What If...?, as well as the Disney XD animated series Guardians of the Galaxy (2015–19) and Ultimate Spider-Man (2016).[15][16][17][18]

Developing the character with James Gunn, Green did an impression of Danny DeVito, "being sort of a gruff and cynical sarcastic character [who] doesn't know what the Earth species of duck even is and doesn't think of himself that way and is offended by that generalization."[19][20][21][22]

Later work

Green is a co-creator, co-producer, writer, director, and most frequent voice of the Emmy-winning stop-motion sketch parody comedy TV series Robot Chicken, for which he does many voices and has appeared in animated form. Green is friends with the band Fall Out Boy, making a cameo in their music video, "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race". He also appeared in "Weird Al" Yankovic's "White & Nerdy" music video. He made two appearances on The Soup in 2007 and 2008, using his first appearance to lampoon Internet celebrity Chris Crocker.[23] He voiced the character Jeff "Joker" Moreau, pilot of the Normandy-SR starship series in the video games Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, and Mass Effect 3.[24][25] He is a producer of The 1 Second Film and appears in the "making of" documentary that accompanies its feature-length credits. Green is also the co-creator (with Hugh Sterbakov) of the comic Freshmen, published by Top Cow Productions.

Green, along with Robot Chicken co-producer Breckin Meyer, appeared in the NBC show Heroes during the 2008–09 season.[26] In January 2009, Green worked with David Faustino (Bud Bundy from Married... with Children) for an episode of Faustino's show Star-ving – Faustino is often mistaken for Green.[27] Later in the same year, he worked with one of his idols, Robin Williams in comedy film Old Dogs, which also starred John Travolta. On July 13, World Wrestling Entertainment's official website announced Green as the special guest host for the July 13 episode of WWE Raw, and on that night, Green competed in the main event, a six-man tag team match, which his team won by disqualification.[28][29] He was also in attendance for WWE's biggest event of the year, WrestleMania XXVI on March 28, 2010. Green guest-starred in the third season of the acclaimed sitcom Husbands.[30] Green became the new voice of Leonardo in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles following Jason Biggs' departure from the role.[31]

In 2019, he wrote and directed his first film named Changeland, starring Brenda Song and Macaulay Culkin. The movie was released on June 7, 2019.[32]

In 2021, Green reprised the role of Todo 360 in Star Wars: The Bad Batch.[33]

In 2022, Green voiced Thunderbolt in season three of Stargirl where the character was previously voiced by Jim Gaffigan.[34]

Personal life

After getting engaged on New Year's Eve in 2009, Green married actress Clare Grant on May 1, 2010, in Northern California.[35] They worked together on Robot Chicken, Warren the Ape, Changeland, Holidays, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., and her Saber and "Geek and Gamer Girls Song" viral videos.[36][37]

Green is very good friends with fellow actor Macaulay Culkin, who he co-starred with in the film Party Monster, as well as in Changeland, and on various episodes of Robot Chicken.[38]



Year Title Role Notes
1984 Billions for Boris Benjamin "Ape-Face" Andrews
1984 The Hotel New Hampshire "Egg" Berry
1986 Willy/Milly Malcolm
1987 Radio Days Joe
1987 Can't Buy Me Love Chuckie Miller
1988 Big Business Jason
1988 My Stepmother Is an Alien Fred Glass
1990 Missing Parents Leo
1990 Pump Up the Volume Joey
1991 Our Shining Moment Wheels
1992 The Double 0 Kid Chip
1992 Buffy the Vampire Slayer Vampire
1993 Ticks Tyler Burns
1993 Arcade Stilts
1993 Airborne Wiley
1993 The Day My Parents Ran Away Leo
1995 Notes from Underground Punk Neighbor
1995 White Man's Burden 3rd Youth at Hot Dog Stand
1996 To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday Danny Green
1997 Boys Life 2 Homophobe #2 Segment: "Nunzio's Second Cousin"
1997 Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery Scott Evil
1998 Can't Hardly Wait Kenny Fisher
1998 Enemy of the State Selby Uncredited[39]
1999 Idle Hands Mick
1999 Stonebrook Cornelius
1999 Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Scott Evil
2001 Rock Star 101 Le'Von Short film
2001 The Trumpet of the Swan Boyd (voice) [40]
2001 The Attic Expeditions Douglas
2001 Josie and the Pussycats Travis
2001 America's Sweethearts Danny Wax
2001 Rat Race Duane Cody
2001 Knockaround Guys Johnny Marbles
2002 Austin Powers in Goldmember Scott Evil
2003 Party Monster James St. James
2003 The Italian Job Lyle / "Napster"
2004 Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed Patrick Wisely
2004 Without a Paddle Dan Mott
2005 Be Cool Shotgun Uncredited
2005 Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story Chris Griffin, Various (voices) Direct-to-video
2005 The Best Man Murray
2006 Electric Apricot: Quest for Festeroo Jonah "the Taper Guy"
2006 The TV Set Slut Wars Host
2008 Sex Drive Ezekiel
2009 Old Dogs Craig White
2010 Iron Man 2 Expo Fan Cameo[41]
2011 Mars Needs Moms Milo Motion capture only, was also the original voice of Milo during production, voice-over work cut.[42]
2011 The Story of Luke Zack
2013 Sexy Evil Genius Zachary Newman
2013 Dear Mr. Watterson Himself Documentary
2013 I Know That Voice Himself Documentary
2014 Guardians of the Galaxy Howard the Duck (voice) Uncredited cameo[43]
2014 The Identical Dino
2014 Yellowbird Yellowbird (voice) [40]
2015 Wrestling Isn't Wrestling DX Fan Short film
2015 Krampus Lumpy (voice) [40]
2016 Holidays Pete Gunderson
2017 The Lego Batman Movie King Kong (voice) [44]
2017 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Howard the Duck (voice) [40]
2018 A Futile and Stupid Gesture Christopher Guest
2018 Dear Dictator Dr. Charles Seaver
2019 Shazam! Friend Uncredited
2019 Godzilla: King of the Monsters Fighter Pilot Uncredited
2019 Changeland[32] Brandon Also writer and director
2020 aTypical Wednesday[45] Patrick
2021 Black Friday Dour Dennis (voice)
2022 Weird: The Al Yankovic Story Radio DJ
2023 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Howard the Duck (voice) [40]
2024 Little Death David
2024 Hanky Panky Harry the Hat


Year Title Role Notes
1984 Young People's Specials Charlie Episode: "Charlie's Christmas Secret"
1985 ABC Afterschool Special Tommy Sanders Episode: "I Want to Go Home"
1985 Tales from the Darkside Timmy Episode: "Monsters in My Room"
1986 Amazing Stories Lance Episode: "The Sitter"
1986 Spenser: For Hire Andy Chandler Episode: "The Hopes and Fears"
1987 The Comic Strip Normal human twin siblings Sherman Miniseries
1988 The Facts of Life Adam Brinkerhoff 2 episodes
1989 Free Spirit Joey Episode: "Too Much of a Good Thing"
1989 Mr. Belvedere Louis 2 episodes: "Big", "Paper Mill"
1990 Life Goes On William Butler 2 episodes
1990 It Young Richie Tozier 2 episodes
1991 Good & Evil David 6 episodes
1992 Evening Shade Larry Phipps Episode: "Hasta la Vista"
1992 The Wonder Years Jimmy Donnelly 2 episodes
1992 Batman: The Animated Series Wizard (voice) Episode: "I Am the Night"[40]
1993 Beverly Hills, 90210 Wayne Episode: "The Game Is Chicken"
1993 The X-Files Emil Episode: "Deep Throat"
1993 seaQuest DSV Nick "Wolfman" Episode: "Photon Bullet"
1994 The Byrds of Paradise Harry Byrd 8 episodes
1994 Weird Science Lubec Episode: "Lisa's Virus"
1995 Haunted Lives: True Ghost Stories Termite Miniseries
1995 Step by Step Danny Episode: "Head of the Class"
1996 Something So Right Napoleon Episode: "Pilot"
1997 Pearl Bob Episode: "Mission ImPearlsible"
1997 Mad About You Bobby Rubenfeld Episode: "Guardianhood"
1997 The Drew Carey Show The MC Episode: "That Thing You Don't"
1997 Temporarily Yours David Silver 6 episodes
1997–2000 Buffy the Vampire Slayer Daniel "Oz" Osbourne Main role
1998 Cybill Jaybo Episode: "Cybill Sheridan's Day Off"
1999–present Family Guy Chris Griffin, Various voices Main role
1999 Angel Daniel "Oz" Osbourne Episode: "In the Dark"
1999 Saturday Night Live Himself Episode: "Sarah Michelle Gellar/Backstreet Boys"
1999–2000 Batman Beyond Nelson Nash, Dempsey (voices) 8 episodes[40]
1999–2000 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd Eddie McDowd (voice) Main role
2000–2005 MADtv Brightling 4 episodes
2000 Tucker Himself 3 episodes
2002 Greg the Bunny Jimmy Bender Main role
2002 Whatever Happened to Robot Jones? Various voices 4 episodes
2003–2004 That '70s Show Mitch Miller 5 episodes
2003 Aqua Teen Hunger Force Himself (voice) Episode: "The Dressing"
2003 Punk'd Himself 1 episode
2004 Married to the Kellys Dr. Jim Coglan Episode: "A Portrait of Susan"
2004 Johnny Bravo Himself (voice) Episode: "Johnny Makeover"[40]
2004, 2007 Crank Yankers Travis, Russel, and Taylor (voice) 3 episodes
2004 Sesame Street Vinny 2 episodes
2005 Will & Grace Randall Finn Episode: "Friends with Benefits"
2005–2016 American Dad! Matthew McConaughey, Various voices 4 episodes
2005–present Robot Chicken Robot Chicken, Cluckerella, Nerd, Daniel/Gyro-Robo, Various voices Also co-creator, director, writer and executive producer
2006 Four Kings Barry 13 episodes
2006 Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide Dog (voice) Episode: "Guide to April Fool's Day"
2006 The Secret Policeman's Ball Private Parts, Mt. Pink Television special
2006 The Andy Milonakis Show Himself Season 2, Episodes 6
2006–2008 Entourage Himself 3 episodes
2007 Grey's Anatomy Nick 2 episodes
2008 Reno 911! Rick the Manager Episode: "Undercover at Burger Cousin"
2008 My Name Is Earl Buddy Episode: "The Magic Hour"
2008 Heroes Sam 2 episodes
2009, 2014 WWE Raw Host Television special
2009–2010 Star Wars: The Clone Wars Todo 360, Ion Papanoida (voices) 4 episodes[40]
2009 Titan Maximum Lt. Gibbs, Various voices Main role; also executive producer
2009 The Cleveland Show Chris Griffin (voice) 2 episodes
2009 The Venture Bros. Lance Hale, Mrs. Z (voice) Episode: "Self-Medication"[40]
2010 Warren The Ape Himself Episode: "Amends"
2011–2013 MAD Various voices 3 episodes
2011 Delete Lucifer 2 episodes
2012–2014 Phineas and Ferb Monty Monogram (voice) Recurring role[40]
2012 Franklin & Bash Jango Episode: "Jango and Rossi"
2012 Dan Vs. Ahkenrah (voice) Episode: "The Mummy"
2012 How I Met Your Mother Daryl LaCorte Episode: "The Final Page"
2012–2013 Holliston Gustavo 2 episodes
2012 Comedy Central Roast of Roseanne Barr Roaster Television special
2013 Conan Conan O'Brien Episode: "Occupy Conan: When Outsourcing Goes Too Far"
2013 Men at Work Homeless Guy Episode: "Will Work for Milo"
2013–2014 Dads Eli Sachs Main role
2013–2015 Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. Rick Jones / A-Bomb, Rocket Raccoon (voices) Main role[40]
2013 Husbands The Officiant Episode: "I Do Over"
2014 Avengers Assemble Rocket Raccoon (voice) Episode: "Guardians and Space Knights"[40]
2014–2017 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Leonardo, various voices Main role (seasons 3–5)[40]
2015 Community Scrunch[46] Episode: "Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television"
2016 Ice Age: The Great Egg-Scapade Squint (voice) Special[40]
2016 Castle Linus (voice) Uncredited; 2 episodes
2016 Broad City Jared 2 episodes
2016 The Loud House Loki Loud (voice) Episode: "One of the Boys"[40]
2016 Mary + Jane Toby Episode: "Neighborhood Watch"
2016 Ultimate Spider-Man Rick Jones, Howard the Duck (voice) Episode: "Return to the Spider-Verse"[40]
2017 Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Patrick Episode: "Is Josh Free in Two Weeks?"
2017, 2022 The Simpsons Robot Chicken Nerd / Mav Redfield (voice) 2 episodes[47]
2017 Buddy Thunderstruck Executive producer
2017 Star Wars Rebels Captain Seevor (voice) Episode: "Crawler Commanders"
2018 Guardians of the Galaxy Howard the Duck (voice) 6 episodes[40]
2018 Bobcat Goldthwait's Misfits & Monsters Noble Bartell Episode: "Bubba the Bear"
2018 12 oz. Mouse Mouse "Fitz" Fitzgerald (voice) Episode: "Invictus"
Credited as Baron Victor Von Hamburger III
2019 Historical Roasts David Bowie Episode: "Freddie Mercury"
2020 The Rookie Jordan Neil Episode: "Hand-Off" (ep 35, S02E15)
2020–2021 Crossing Swords Blinkerquartz (voice) 18 episodes
2020 Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Loathsome Leonard (voice) Episode: "Raph's Ride-Along/Donnie vs. Witch Town"
2021 Punky Brewster Evan Episode: "Two First Dates"
2021 Star Wars: The Bad Batch Todo 360 (voice) 2 episodes[40]
2021–2023 What If...? Howard the Duck (voice) 3 episodes[40]
2022 Love, Death & Robots Private Folen (voice) Episode: "Kill Team Kill"[40]
2022 Stargirl Thunderbolt (voice) Recurring role[34]


Year Title Role Notes
2008–2009 Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy Various voices 5 episodes
2010 Team Unicorn: G33K & G4M3R Girls Himself
2012 Saber 2: The Body Wash Strikes Back Director
2014–2015 TableTop Himself Episodes: "Star Wars: X-Wing" and "Libertalia"
2015 Con Man Casey Episode: "Thank You for Your Service"
2015 Wrestling Isn't Wrestling D-X Fan Cameo
2015–2016 SuperMansion Various voices Also executive producer
2016–2018 Camp WWE Producer[48]
2022 Good Mythical Morning Himself Guest on episode "Tell the Truth or Eat the Nasty Food Challenge"

Video games

Year Title Role Notes
1992 Make My Video Band Member
1994 Playtoons Sneetches, Peter T. Hooper, Crowd #1 Storylines: "Uncle Archibald" and "The Secret of the Castle"
1994 Storybook Weaver Various
2004 Storybook Weaver Deluxe Various
2006 Family Guy Video Game! Chris Griffin
2007 Mass Effect Jeff "Joker" Moreau [40]
2010 Mass Effect 2 Jeff "Joker" Moreau [40]
2012 Mass Effect 3 Jeff "Joker" Moreau [40]
2012 Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse Chris Griffin
2014 Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff Chris Griffin, Neil Goldman
2014 Watch Dogs Bobby Ames
2016 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Poindexter Zittermann
2016 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Portal Power Leonardo [40]
2022 Warped Kart Racers Chris Griffin Archival Recording

Theme park attractions

Year Title Role Venue Notes
2017 Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission Breakout! Howard the Duck (voice) Disney California Adventure

Awards and nominations

Year Association Category Work Result
1989 Young Artist Awards Best Young Actor Guest-Starring in a Syndicated Family Comedy, Drama, or Special The Facts of Life Nominated
1992 Outstanding Young Comedian in a Television Series Good & Evil Won
2000 Teen Choice Awards TV – Choice Actor Buffy the Vampire Slayer Nominated
2002 TV – Choice Actor, Comedy Greg the Bunny Nominated
2005 Choice Movie Dance Scene Be Cool Nominated
2006 Spike Video Game Awards Best Supporting Male Performance Family Guy Video Game! Nominated
2006 Best Cast Family Guy Video Game! Won
2007 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program Robot Chicken, episode: "Lust for Puppets" Nominated
2008 Annie Awards Best Animated Television Production Robot Chicken: Star Wars Nominated
2008 Best Directing in an Animated Television Production Robot Chicken: Star Wars Won
2008 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program Robot Chicken: Star Wars Nominated
2009 Annie Award Best Animated Television Production Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II Won
2009 Best Writing in an Animated Television Production or Short Form Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II Won
2009 Slammy Awards Raw Guest Host of the Year WWE Raw Nominated
2009 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II Nominated
2009 Outstanding Voice-Over Performance Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II Nominated
2010 Outstanding Short Form Animated Program Robot Chicken, episode: "Full-Assed Christmas Special" ("Dear Consumer") Won
2010 Outstanding Voice-Over Performance Robot Chicken Nominated
2011 Annie Awards Best Writing in a Television Production Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III Won
2011 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III Nominated
2011 Outstanding Short Form Animated Program Robot Chicken, episode: "Robot Chicken's DP Christmas Special" Nominated
2011 Outstanding Voice-Over Performance Robot Chicken Nominated
2012 Teen Choice Awards Choice Animated Series Robot Chicken Nominated
2012 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Short Form Animated Program Robot Chicken, episode: "Fight Club Paradise" Nominated
2013 Annie Awards Best General Audience Animated Television Production Robot Chicken DC Comics Special Won
2013 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Short Form Animated Program Robot Chicken, episode: "Robot Chicken's ATM Christmas Special" Nominated
2013 Outstanding Voice-Over Performance Robot Chicken Nominated
2014 Outstanding Short Form Animated Program[49] Robot Chicken, episode: "Born Again Virgin Christmas Special" Nominated
2014 Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance[49] Robot Chicken DC Comics Special 2: Villains in Paradise Nominated
2015 Annie Awards Outstanding Achievement, Voice Acting in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production[50] Robot Chicken Nominated
2015 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Short Form Animated Program[51] Robot Chicken, episode: "Chipotle Miserable" Nominated
2015 Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance[51] Robot Chicken Nominated
2016 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Short Form Animated Program[52] Robot Chicken, episode: "Robot Chicken Christmas Special: The X-Mas United" Won
2018 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Short Form Animated Program[53] Robot Chicken, episode: "Freshly Baked: The Robot Chicken Santa Claus Pot Cookie Freakout Special: Special Edition" Won
2019 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Short Form Animated Program[54] Robot Chicken, episode: "Why Is It Wet?" Nominated
2020 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Short Form Animated Program[55] Robot Chicken, episode: "Santa's Dead (Spoiler Alert) Holiday Murder Thing Special" Nominated
2021 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Short Form Animated Program[56] Robot Chicken, episode: "Endgame" Nominated
2022 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Short Form Animated Program[57] Robot Chicken, episode: "Happy Russian Deathdog Dolloween 2 U" Nominated

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