Starwars.com have posted a really great piece on Seth Green. Here's a small snippet:
"Green's first memory of being whisked to a galaxy far, far away happened not to long before he became a child actor. "I remember vividly being a four-year-old kid and being taken to the movie theater in 1978 and seeing all the desert scenes for Tatooine, and then I saw C-3PO and Artoo and thinking they were the most amazing things I'd ever seen," Green says. "I was so excited that there were toys of them so I could carry them in my pocket wherever I went. A New Hope was the first one I'd seen and of course I had never seen anything like that before. And when I saw The Empire Strikes Back, I was in for good."
"I think the original Boba Fett that I got as a kid is still my favorite," Green smiles. "I mean there were like six different versions of him that came out on different cards, but the very first one from the mail away was special. I still have one of those and I love it. I have a whole shelf of stuff that people can play with -- it's not all mint in the box like a museum or anything. I feel like toys are meant to be played with. I scope out other people's toy shelves too. You're supposed to do that in strangers' houses, right?"
The entire article is a very good read, be sure to stop by the official Star Wars website today and check it out!