Seth Rogen

by Daniel Ferm

20 August 2007

 

Comedian Seth Rogen has a rapidly-expanding career, making him a huge star this summer. Rogen first appeared in the Judd Apatow television series, Freaks and Geeks, leading to a role in Apatow’s second series, Undeclared. Although each of these series only lasted one season, Rogen was able to join the writing staff of Da Ali G Show. In 2005, he had a supporting role in Apatow’s sleeper hit, The 40-Year-Old Virgin. Most recently, this summer Rogen starred in Knocked Up, a movie that has already earned, without DVD sales, over $165 million worldwide, and had a major supporting role in Superbad, a comedy he also wrote. He already has two more headlining roles for next year in The Pineapple Express and The Middle Child, with no end in sight for his ever-growing career.

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