Even though he's set to star in the upcoming Fox show Dads, Seth Green isn't personally in any rush to become a father himself. At the Critics Choice Awards on Monday, June 10, the funnyman and his wife of three years, model/actress Clare Grant, told Us Weekly that they're in no rush to start a family just yet.
"A lot of pressure, no plans," Green told Us of parenthood. "People have just gotten used to certain cultural cycles and they can't wait for the end of them."
Added Grant: "The day we got married, people started asking when the kids were coming."
Green, 39, and Grant, 33, said "I do" in May 2010 during a Northern California ceremony after meeting in a comic book store. "And now I won't let her go!" Green told Us at the time of falling for his now-wife.
The duo appeared onscreen together in a 2008 episode of Green's show Robot Chicken, which is set to debut a new season this fall. Grant is currently working on a pilot for a live animation/action hybrid comedy called Teen Unicorn for Adult Swim.
Though they're both busy, however, Green admitted that at the end of the day, the pair are still in their "honeymoon phase."
"We still like each other," he said, adding that he and Grant occasionally read scripts together "sometimes to practice. She's good for it. It's fun!"
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Seth Green on Becoming a Father: "A Lot of Pressure, No Plans"
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