Seth Rogen


Seth Rogen Trivia


  • Trivia

    • In 2008 Rogen made a cameo appearance in the Apatow produced film Step Brothers.

    • Rogen wrote The Simpsons episode "Homer the Whopper", He also lent his voice for the episode.

    • Rogen appeared at San Diego Comic Con 09 to promote The Green Hornet.

    • Rogen originally wrote the role of Seth in Superbad but didnt play the character because he was too old.

    • Rogen will be the voice of Paul in Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's new comedy Paul.

    • He was nominated along with his cast mates for Best Performance in a TV Series - Young Ensemble for Freaks and Geeks at the Young Artsist Awards 2000 but he did not win.

    • In 2007 Rogen was nominated for a Teen Choice Award under the category of Choice movie: Chemistry with Paul Rudd in Knocked Up. He did not win.

    • In 2008 Rogen won a ShoWest Convention award for comedy star of the year.

    • Rogen was nominated for a Satellite Award in 2007 for Best actor in a motion picture, comedy or musical for Knocked Up but he did not win.

    • He was nominated for his first MTV Award in 2006 for Best on-screen team for The 40 Year Old Virgin but lost.

    • He was nominated for two MTV Awards in 2008, Best Comedic Performance and Breakthrough Performance but he did not win either.

    • He was nominated in 2009 for a MTV Award for Best Fight in Pineapple Express but he did not win.

    • He was nominated for a Emmy in 2005 for his writing work on "Da Ali G Show".

    • In Pineapple Express (2008), in the scene where he is arrested by the police officer, his height is listed as 5' 9" even though his actual height is 5' 11".

    • Rogen's five favorite films are: The Big Lebowski (1998), Ghost Busters (1984), The Last Detail (1973), Total Recall (1990) and Goodfellas (1990).

    • Rogen was ranked #20 on Entertainment Weekly's '30 Under 30' the actors list. (2008).

    • His father, Mark Rogen appeared in one of Seth Rogen's films "Superbad".

    • Rogen attended Point Grey Secondary School in Vancouver.

    • Seth became only the ninth male to make the cover of Playboy magazine, with him adorning the front of the March 2009 issue.

    • Seth describes his parents as "radical Jewish socialists."

    • Rogen has provided voice over work for the animated films Shrek The Third, The Spiderwick Chronicles, Horton Hears a Who!, Kung Fu Panda and Monsters Vs Aliens.

    • Seth has a writing credit for the series Undeclared, which he also starred in. He was worried his castmates would give him a rough time for giving his character a make-out scene with Busy Philipps in an episode he had written.

    • Besides acting, Seth also has some writing credits on his resume.

    • Seth came to the U.S. to do stand-up.

    • Seth won the Vancouver Amateur Comedy Contest at the age of 16.

    • Seth signed up for a comedy class at the tender age of 13.

    • Seth had minor roles in Dawson's Creek and Donnie Darko.

    • Up next for Seth is the movie You, Me and Dupree with Owen Wilson and Matt Dillon. After that, he's on the cast list for the announced movie "Knock Me Up."

    • Seth and writer-director Judd Apatow have worked together on four different projects so far - Freaks and Geeks, Undeclared, Anchorman and The 40-Year-Old Virgin.

    • Co-starred in the feature film, The 40-Year-Old Virgin. The movie, directed by Seth's pal Judd Apatow, spent two weeks at #1.

  • Quotes

    • Rogen: (On appearing in Knocked Up (2007) and Pineapple Express (2008)) You know, I never had a girlfriend before and I thought it would masculinize me. But it's actually done the opposite. Now I know about accent walls and the whole world of throw pillows.

    • Seth: When I first moved to LA, I went out to meet with agencies, and one of them asked me what my goals were. I said "to be in a Kevin Smith movie". That goal has not changed.

    • Rogen: (On writing and starring in The Green Hornet) Nerds love complaining. You go to Ain't It Cool News, and everybody complains about everything. They could find out Jesus Christ was making a movie with Frank Miller, and they'd say, 'That's a terrible combination!

    • Rogen: (On Judd Apatow) I couldn't say enough great things about him. He's the reason I'm not a homeless crack-head right now.

    • Seth: I remember when I got my first Adam Sandler CD and it was the funniest thing I'd ever heard in my entire life, and continues to be.

    • Seth: I guess what Judd Apatow is to me, is what Terrence Malick is to David Gordon Green. They're just good friends.

    • Seth: My mom's a social worker and my dad works in non-profit organizations. But they seem very radical in American terms, embracing a form of socialism that really doesn't even exist here. I mean, where I come from, communism is not a terrible word.

    • Rogen: It shocks me that "90210" (2008) and Superbad (2007) are technically considered part of the same genre. It was as much TV shows as movies that made us feel under-represented. No part of me watched "90210" (2008) and thought, 'Yeah! that's what my life is like!' It seemed like a different planet. I mean, I like shitty movies as much as the next guy, I'm not a snob, but things like that had no guys like us in it - that was the point.

    • Seth: (talking about his family's reaction to "Pineapple Express") My mom never caught me masturbating, so this is the next best thing I guess. (laughs) Everyone needs to humiliate themselves in front of their parents somehow.

    • Seth: (about "40 Year Old Virgin") The way we approach story is always from a very emotionally-driven point. As funny as the movie may have ended up being, we were very aware that unless you bought that these guys were kind of real guys and that you actually cared about them, none of it would work at all. It could be the funniest thing ever, but if there's no kind of emotional truth to it, then people just wouldn't care about it in the same way.

    • Seth: (about "Dawson's Creek") I can safely say I've never seen a single episode of that show, including the one I'm in!

    • Seth: (On Judd Apatow) I couldn't say enough great things about him. He's the reason I'm not a homeless crackhead right now.

    • Seth: (On the ratings system) You can blow up people and still get a PG-13 tag, but the ratings board moves faster than a speeding bullet to slap an R on any movie as soon as sex enters the picture.

    • Seth: (Seth is good friends with director Judd Apatow) We're just good friends. We get along really well and if you can work with your friends, why not do it? It just kind of makes work feel like hanging out. And we have a very similar sense of humor so it just seems easy. That's why we do it. We're both lazy.

    • Seth: I remember when I got my first Adam Sandler CD and it was the funniest thing I'd ever heard in my entire life, and continues to be.

    • Seth: I was in high school when Will Ferrell was first on Saturday Night Live, and I remember thinking man, that guy is the funniest guy ever.