Next up in my ongoing Star Wars Rocks series of interviews on starwars.com with celebs and bands who love Star Wars is one of my favorite actors who seems to have been in just about every cool pop culture TV show or film I dig -- Seth Green.
I chatted with him about his upcoming DVD of his action figure stop-motion show "Robot Chicken" as well as his visits to Skywalker Ranch, his fascination with Boba Fett and Lando, and a rather humorous story about touring the prop archives with George Lucas.
One of the cutest stories he told was about his first Halloween costume as a Star Wars character:
"I still have pictures somewhere of me dressed up as Yoda for Halloween," Green laughs. "My mom made a horrible Yoda costume. I was painted green and she folded paper plates together and stuffed them with cotton and painted them green as well. I even asked for treats in Yoda's voice. Apparently, I got beat up a little bit. Those kids just didn't appreciate Jedi Masters."
Here's the full interview:
Seth Green: Man of Action Figures