Thesp Green grows with UTA

'Austin,' 'Slayer' actor looking to branch out

Seth Green (“Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me”) has signed with United Talent Agency for theatrical and literary representation.

The actor, who played Mike Meyers’ belligerent offspring Scott Evil in New Line’s “Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery” and this summer’s sequel, began his career nearly 20 years ago, debuting as a kid in “Hotel New Hampshire” opposite Jodie Foster and Nastassja Kinski.

Green has amassed a string of film and television credits since then, and his decision to bolster his representation reflects an interest in joining the multihyphenate ranks; he’s angling to branch out into developing and producing projects, some for him to appear in.

Green’s screen credits include Woody Allen’s “Radio Days,” “My Stepmother Is an Alien,” “Pump Up the Volume” and the more recent “Enemy of the State” and “Can’t Hardly Wait.” He has just wrapped a starring role in New Line’s dark comedy “Knockaround Guys” with John Malkovich and Barry Pepper.

On the small screen, Green has been a series regular on the WB’s “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and also lends his voice to the Fox animated skein “Family Guy.”

Previously repped by Don Buchwald & Associates, Green continues to be repped by Trice Koopman of Koopman Management.