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Seth Green Writes a Letter to His Younger Self from Speakeasy

12 November 2011 Leave a comment

OCTOBER 28, 2011

‘Dear Me’: Seth Green Writes A Letter to His Younger Self

By Seth Green

For its new book, “Dear Me,” Atria Books asked celebrities to write a letter to their 16-year-old selves. The book includes reproductions of actual letters and personal photos. Here’s the letter from actor Seth Green.

Hi Seth,

Let’s start with that — I know you’ve taken an enormous amount of crap for the funny name up to this point, but let me assure you in just 10 years, your name will be crazy common. Seriously, I know it’s improbable, but even successful famous people will be named Seth. Like you’ll be in a room and someone will say ‘Seth’ and a BUNCH of people will say ‘yes?’ So stop hating your parents for the handicap.

Let me just say this – it gets easier. I know right now it sucks, family unit dissolving, personal identity in crisis, constant reminders that you don’t belong where you are – but it gets easier. Hard work pays off, and you will find people and places that allow and encourage you to be the best YOU that you can, so seek them out.

Plus you get much less awkward. You will literally wake up one day and realize you don’t have to impress anyone to have them like you. Don’t try so hard, and things will get easier.

Don’t quit. Don’t leave any vision unrealized. Believe in yourself. Actually, I can’t stress that enough – no one will believe in you if you don’t truly believe in yourself. So work through all the self-doubt and self-loathing and get down to business. You will work for at least the next 30 years, each year harder than the last. I know that doesn’t sound so great, but you will make lots of your own stuff and work closely with almost every one of your heroes and they will enjoy it, so … that takes the sting out, right?

Last thing, you have to stop wearing what you’re wearing. I know you’re ‘making statements’ and ‘challenging stereotypes’ but you are trying a little too hard and just a little misguided. Plus in the future, there’s a magic device that links every piece of recorded media together in a way that can be viewed by anyone, anywhere forever and ever. So that commercial you did when you were 7 where you look really stupid, and that sweet summer camp photo from 1982 where you’re in shorts and really sunburned? Those will be available into perpetuity, so be careful what you put out there.

Aside from that, it’s up to you. Everything that you don’t get, everything that you suffer through – all your mistakes and triumphs get you exactly where you need to be. Enjoy the adventure.

Much love,

Original article at Speakeasy

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Seth Green Working on Spoof Star Wars Series

29 October 2011 Leave a comment

Seth Green is working on an animated TV series based around Star Wars, Howard Roffman of Lucasfilm recently revealed at the Brand Licensing convention in London.  The series is expected to premiere sometime “within the next two years”.

Source: BBC

ABC Commits to Pilot Written by Seth Green

16 October 2011 Leave a comment

ABC have made a committment to a pilot for a show written Seth Green ha, Jon Favreau, Roberto Orci and Michael Doherty. Ex-Comm, a “sci-fi drama with humour” is described as a “presidential-procedural” which is a “cross between the paranormal suspense of The X-Files and the political intrigue of The West Wing.”

Centering on a newly elected President and his Executive Committee (Ex-Comm) who investigate strange occurances, the show will remain “within the realm of possibility.”

Source: Deadline

Seth Green Cast in The Story of Luke

23 August 2011 Leave a comment

Seth Green has been cast alongside Lou Taylor Pucci in independent film from Fluid Film and DViant Film, The Story of Luke.

The film centres around an “autistic man searching for a job and a girlfriend.” Seth plays his mentor. The film goes into production this month in Ontario.

Source: Variety

Michelle Trachtenberg and Seth Green in Sexy Evil Genius

7 June 2011 Leave a comment

Michelle TrachtenbergMichelle Trachtenberg and Seth Green have been cast in indie film, Sexy Evil Genius alongside Battlestar Galactica’s Katee Sackhoff and Lost’s Harold Perrineau Jr.

The film tells the story of “strangers brought together in a downtown Los Angeles bar by their mutual ex-girlfriend (Sackhoff). The woman is mysterious about her intentions, but by the night’s end, according to the movie’s makers, revenge will be had, romance kindled and the wronged woman will have delivered on her reputation as the sexy evil genius at the center of all their lives.”

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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