Digging into Seth Green's past work is like chowing down on a cornucopia of awesomeness. Perhaps you remember him mocking Patrick Dempsey for his card nights of chips, dips and dorks in 'Can't Buy Me Love,' or how he loved the Willow well before Buffy in 'My Stepmother Is an Alien,' or maybe you fell for his ultra-sweet ultra-mullet as a fan of Happy Harry Hard On in 'Pump Up the Volume.'

Though Green started working in 1984 with a slew of bit parts, his big break didn't come until May of 1997 when he played Scott Evil in 'Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery' ... or so we thought. If you're familiar with the Rally's fast food chain, you know better.
In 1991, Green made a name for himself as the kid who said "Cha-ching" in Rally's fast food commercials. Though not as far-reaching as "Where's the beef?," Green's performance and catchphrase caught on like wildfire, and even became the New Orleans Saints' rallying cry. It was, in fact, such a big deal that the kid got the key to the city for his work, and took the opportunity to tour N'awlins in oversized trench coat luxury:

One of Green's full Rally's commercials:

After such fame, there was nowhere to go but up. Just one year after super-sports status for the Saints, he appeared in 'Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch: Make My Video':

[via The High Definite]
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