Seth GreenSeth Green Draws ’Four Kings’ at NBC
Saturday 2 April 2005, by Webmaster
LOS ANGELES (Zap2it.com) Seth Green is putting aside his puppets to star in a comedy pilot for NBC.
Green, who co-created Cartoon Network’s "Robot Chicken" and whose last regular TV work was "Greg the Bunny" in 2002, will star in "Four Kings" for NBC, which as far as we know will feature all human actors. The comedy, from "Will & Grace" creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick, is about four long-time friends who share a New York apartment.
The former "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" star is set to play the "annoyed malcontent" of the quartet, according to The Hollywood Reporter. He’ll be joined in the pilot by Kiele Sanchez ("Married to the Kellys"). His casting in the project comes shortly after he filmed a guest spot on "Will & Grace." He’s set to appear in one of the show’s final episodes this season.
Green writes, executive produces and does voice work on "Robot Chicken," a stop-motion-animated sketch show that’s part of Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim lineup. He also does voice work for FOX’s "Family Guy."
His film credits include the "Austin Powers" movies, "The Italian Job," "Party Monster" and last year’s "Without a Paddle."