Seth Rogen Bio, Wiki, Actor, Age, Education, Height, Family, Wife, Children, and Career

Seth Rogen Biography

Seth Rogen is a skilled Canadian actor, comedian, and filmmaker. He initially started his career as a stand-up comedian in Vancouver. Rogen’s journey continued as he became a staff writer on the final season of “Da Ali G Show” in 2004, under Apatow’s mentorship, paving the way for his transition into a successful film career. Additionally, his contributions as a writer earned him a nomination for a Primetime Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series.

Seth Rogen Age| Birthday

How old is Rogen? He is 41 years old as of 2023. He was born on April 15, 1982, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Seth Rogen Education

Rogen attended Vancouver Talmud Torah Elementary School and Point Grey Secondary School, incorporating many of his classmates into his writing, and took up Kyokushin karate for 10 years.

Seth Rogen Height|Weight

He stands on an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 70 kg.

Seth Rogen Family

Rogen was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, into a Jewish family of Ukrainian and Russian origin. His mother, Sandy Belogus, is a social worker, while his father, Mark Rogen, was involved in non-profit organizations and served as an assistant director of the Workmen’s Circle Jewish fraternal organization. Rogen mentioned that his parents met on a kibbutz, Beit Alfa, in Israel. He also has an older sister named Danya.

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Seth Rogen Wife|Married

Rogen is happily married to his wife Lauren Miller a writer and actress. They met while he was working on Da Ali G Show and began dating in 2004. They got engaged on September 29, 2010, and tied the knot on October 2, 2011, in Sonoma County, California. In addition, Miller has had minor onscreen roles in a few of Rogen’s films. 

Seth Rogen Children| kids

Rogen and his wife Lauren Miller have said they do not plan to have children.

Seth Rogen Career

Rogen made his acting debut in the role of Ken Miller, a cynical and acerbic “freak,” in Judd Apatow’s Freaks and Geeks, a cult hit series initially released in 1999. The show, revolving around the lives of a group of teenagers, first aired in 1999 and, despite positive reviews, faced low viewership on NBC, leading to its cancellation after one season due to poor ratings. Recognizing Rogen’s improvisational talent, Apatow cast him as the lead in another series, Undeclared. Originally set to play a fairly popular but nerdy college freshman, Rogen was deemed unsuitable for a leading role by the network, resulting in the show’s abandonment. Rogen also worked as a staff writer for the short-lived production.

After the cancellation of Undeclared in 2002, Rogen had few auditions, a situation that did not bother him as he believed he would find greater success as a writer. He soon became part of Apatow’s “frat pack,” a tight-knit group that included Steve Carell and Paul Rudd. Apatow, impressed by Rogen’s comedic potential, acknowledged the oddity of an adult spending significant time with a teenager, expressing confidence in Rogen’s future as a great comedian. During this period, Apatow challenged Rogen and his writing partner, Evan Goldberg, with unconventional tasks, such as turning an idea into a movie in just 10 days or generating 100 one-page film ideas. Reflecting on Apatow’s impact on his career, Rogen emphasized the director’s significance in 2009, stating, “Obviously, I can’t stress how important Judd’s been to my career.”

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Rogen took on roles in films like Donnie Darko (2001) and Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004). A pivotal moment in his career occurred when he became a staff writer for Sacha Baron Cohen’s final season of Da Ali G Show in 2004, earning a Primetime Emmy Award nomination alongside the show’s other writers. He gained recognition as one of the main character’s co-workers in Apatow’s critically acclaimed directorial debut, The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005), where Rogen also served as a co-producer and improvised all his dialogue. Reviewers praised Rogen’s performance, with MTV’s John Constantine highlighting his memorable and convincing portrayal of the character Cal. Rogen followed this success with a smaller role in the 2006 comedy You, Me and Dupree, which received mixed reviews and featured actors Matt Dillon, Kate Hudson, and Owen Wilson.


His breakthrough occurred when Universal Studios approved him for the lead role in another Apatow production, “Knocked Up” (2007), a romantic comedy depicting the aftermath of a drunken one-night stand between his slacker character and Katherine Heigl’s recently promoted media personality, resulting in an unplanned pregnancy. After completing “The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” Apatow initially suggested various starring roles to Rogen, who proposed several high-concept science fiction ideas. However, Apatow insisted on real-life situations, leading to their agreement on the accidental pregnancy concept.

Rogen, despite feeling nervous about filming intimate scenes with Heigl, found solace in the ensemble cast, as the focus wasn’t solely on him. Released on June 1 with a $30 million budget, “Knocked Up” achieved critical and commercial success, earning a 90% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes and grossing $219 million. Rogen’s performance also received positive reviews. In the same year, he had a supporting role as an irresponsible police officer in “Superbad,” a film he co-wrote with Evan Goldberg and co-produced with Apatow. The movie, centered around two teenage best friends, received acclaim for its authenticity and topped the U.S. box office for two consecutive weeks. Rogen also made a vocal cameo in “Shrek the Third” and hosted “Saturday Night Live” in October 2007.

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In 2008, Rogen lent his voice to the animated film “Horton Hears a Who!” and the fantasy film “The Spiderwick Chronicles.” He co-wrote “Drillbit Taylor,” produced by Apatow and featuring Owen Wilson, based on a scriptment by John Hughes. The film faced criticism for its unfocused plot, with some likening it to a gimmicky Nickelodeon movie. Rogen’s voice work extended to “Kung Fu Panda,” which performed exceptionally well in theaters, grossing over $630 million. He also made a cameo in the comedy “Step Brothers.” Rogen, along with Goldberg and Apatow, collaborated on the stoner action comedy “Pineapple Express,” where he played the protagonist inadvertently entangled in a murder. The film, released in August, earned $101 million against a $27 million budget, receiving praise for its performances and humor.

In April 2008, Rogen and Goldberg wrote an episode for “The Simpsons” and voiced a character in the 21st season episode titled “Homer the Whopper.” Later in 2008, he starred in Kevin Smith’s “Zack and Miri Make a Porno” alongside Elizabeth Banks, portraying two roommates attempting to make an adult film for extra income. Despite struggling to secure an R rating, the film, released on Halloween by The Weinstein Company, underperformed at the box office. Rogen also voiced a character in the animated film “Monsters vs. Aliens” (2009), which achieved commercial success, grossing $381.5 million.


After an extended period of development, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg took on the challenge of bringing The Green Hornet to the big screen, releasing it in January 2011. Rogen opted for a fresh interpretation of the titular character, serving as both executive producer and the lead actor. Despite grappling with the film’s substantial $120 million budget, Rogen acknowledged the stress wasn’t solely about the monetary aspect but the complexities associated with a production of that scale. The critical reception for The Green Hornet was unfavorable, described as a “big, sloppy, loud, grating mess” by Adam Graham of the Detroit News. However, it debuted at No. 1 at the box office, grossing over $225 million after an initial weekend earning of $33 million. In 2011, Rogen, along with Evan Goldberg, established the production company Point Grey Pictures, named after their alma mater, Point Grey Secondary School.

Rogen took on the voice and motion capture for the lead character, a grey alien, in the science fiction comedy Paul (2011), alongside Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. Additionally, he reprised his voice role in Kung Fu Panda 2 and produced and had a supporting role in 50/50, a dramedy about cancer released in September 2011. His fourth film of the year, Take This Waltz, explored a man (played by Rogen) coping with his wife’s (Michelle Williams) exploration of a new relationship.

From 2011 to 2015, Rogen portrayed Dirty Randy, a librarian and pornographer, in the sitcom The League, contributing to the writing of two episodes. Rogen hosted the 27th Independent Spirit Awards in February 2012, and in December of the same year, the road movie The Guilt Trip, co-starring Barbra Streisand, hit theaters. The film centered around an inventor (Rogen) inviting his mother (Streisand) on a road trip to sell his new product while reuniting her with a lost love.

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In 2013, Rogen and Evan Goldberg made their directorial debut with This Is the End, a comedy featuring fictionalized versions of themselves navigating a global apocalypse. The film received positive reviews and secured the second spot at the box office during its opening weekend. Rogen also had a recurring role in the revived fourth season of Arrested Development and co-wrote the foreword for the 2014 book Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo, and the Battle that Defined a Generation by Blake J. Harris. Rogen hosted Saturday Night Live for the third time in 2014. Following this, he starred in Neighbors, directed by Nicholas Stoller, alongside Rose Byrne and Zac Efron. The film, depicting a couple in conflict with a neighboring fraternity, became Rogen’s highest-grossing non-animated film, surpassing $270 million globally.

Rogen and Evan Goldberg co-directed and co-wrote the action-comedy The Interview, featuring Rogen and James Franco as journalists recruited by the CIA to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The movie faced controversy as North Korea condemned it as an “act of war.” Sony Pictures initially canceled its release due to a cyber attack allegedly linked to North Korea, but the film eventually had a theatrical release on December 25, 2014, drawing mixed reviews. That year, Rogen also made cameo appearances in 22 Jump Street and The Sound and the Fury. Concurrently, Rogen and Goldberg, through Point Grey Pictures, collaborated with Good Universe on mainstream comedy films.


Rogen took on the role of Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Wozniak in the 2015 Steve Jobs biopic directed by Danny Boyle, based on Aaron Sorkin’s screenplay. His portrayal garnered widespread acclaim, earning praise from Wozniak himself for doing an “excellent job.” Subsequently, in November 2015, Rogen starred alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Anthony Mackie in The Night Before, a Christmas-themed comedy depicting three best friends who annually reunite for Christmas Eve celebrations. Continuing into 2016, Rogen reprised his voice role as Master Mantis in Kung Fu Panda 3 and played Mac Radner in the sequel Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising.

Teaming up with Evan Goldberg and Sam Catlin, Rogen co-developed the television series Preacher for Sony Pictures Television, premiering on AMC in May 2016. The show, based on the comic book series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, revolves around a small-town preacher named Jesse Custer. In the same year, Rogen’s animated comedy Sausage Party, where he voiced the lead character Frank, became the most commercially successful R-rated animated film, surpassing South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999).

In 2017, Rogen, along with Goldberg, directed and executive produced the science fiction comedy series Future Man, which debuted on Hulu in November. Additionally, he co-directed a short commercial film titled Bananas Town for Walmart. Rogen portrayed Sandy Schklair in The Disaster Artist, a film directed by James Franco based on the making of the 2003 film The Room. As the founder of Hilarity for Charity, an organization supporting Alzheimer’s research, Rogen hosts an annual fundraising comedy event. The sixth event, in April 2018, was broadcast on Netflix. In 2018, he also voiced public service announcements for Vancouver’s TransLink transit system and Toronto’s Toronto Transit Commission.

Rogen co-starred in the 2018 comedy-drama Like Father, directed by his wife, Lauren Miller. In 2019, he starred opposite Charlize Theron in the romantic comedy Long Shot and voiced Pumbaa in the remake of The Lion King. Rogen and Eichner received acclaim for their chemistry, and the film became one of the highest-grossing of all time. Rogen’s involvement in various projects continued in 2019, with him producing the comedy Good Boys, the TV shows The Boys and Black Monday, and voicing Allen the Alien in the animated series Invincible. In 2020, he announced his role as a producer, co-writer, and the voice of Bebop in the animated film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem.

Rogen’s first book, Yearbook, a memoir featuring essays from his adolescence to Hollywood experiences, was published in May 2021. In September 2021, Nintendo revealed he would voice Donkey Kong in the 2023 computer-animated film The Super Mario Bros. Movie, with a spin-off focused on the character planned. Additionally, he will serve as an executive producer and guest judge in the upcoming Canadian reality competition series The Great Canadian Pottery Throw Down.

Political views and Activism

Rogen has actively worked to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease, which has affected his mother-in-law for several years and runs in his wife’s family. In an interview with CNN, he emphasized the difficulty of understanding the brutality and heartbreak of the disease until witnessing it firsthand. Rogen and his wife, Lauren Miller, spoke about Alzheimer’s on Larry King’s show, “A Larry King Special, Unthinkable: The Alzheimer’s Epidemic,” in April 2011. He testified before the United States Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health, and Human Services on February 26, 2014, sharing his experiences with the disease and discussing his charity work.

To inspire change and awareness among the Millennial Generation, Rogen initiated the Hilarity for Charity movement. The couple also launched the Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Grant Program with Home Instead Senior Care, offering free at-home care to senior citizens. In recognition of their efforts, Rogen and Miller received the unite2gether accolade from unite4:humanity on February 25, 2016. Rogen has shown support for the LGBT community, appearing in a Bud Light commercial celebrating LGBT Pride Month and the Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage. He is a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity at the University of Vermont, initiated in April 2017 during one of his visits to the Hilarity for Charity movement. Rogen is a member of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) and openly acknowledges his marijuana use. In partnership with Evan Goldberg, he launched the cannabis company Houseplant in Canada in 2019.

Invited by Mitt Romney, Rogen spoke at a seminar on Alzheimer’s awareness hosted by Romney in June 2018. During the event, Rogen refused a photo request from Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, expressing disagreement with Ryan’s political actions. Rogen has also been critical of Twitter and its CEO Jack Dorsey, accusing the platform of verifying white supremacists. His concerns led to direct communication with Dorsey, and media outlets speculated that Rogen was referring to Jason Kessler and the Proud Boys. Additionally, Rogen supports the Black Lives Matter movement.

Films and Television Shows

  • Donnie Darko
  • Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
  • The 40-Year-Old Virgin
  • You, Me and Dupree
  • Shrek the Third
  • Knocked Up
  • Jay and Seth Versus the Apocalypse
  • Superbad
  • The Spiderwick
  • Horton Hears a Who!
  • Kung Fu Panda
  • Step Brothers
  • Pineapple Express
  • Zack and Miri Make a Porno
  • Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers
  • The Fabelmans
  • The Super Mario Bros. Movie
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem
  • Dumb Money
  • Kung Fu Panda 4
  • Mufasa: The Lion King
  • Good Fortune
  • Being Mortal

Seth Rogen Salary|Net Worth

Rogen has an estimated salary ranging between $70,000 – $125,000 and has an estimated net worth of $1 Million -$5 million.

Frequently asked questions about Rogen

Who is Rogen?

Seth Rogen is a skilled Canadian actor, comedian, and filmmaker. He initially started his career as a stand-up comedian in Vancouver. Rogen’s journey continued as he became a staff writer on the final season of “Da Ali G Show” in 2004, under Apatow’s mentorship, paving the way for his transition into a successful film career. Additionally, his contributions as a writer earned him a nomination for a Primetime Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series.

Is Rogen Married?

Rogen is happily married to his wife Lauren Miller a writer and actress. They met while he was working on Da Ali G Show and began dating in 2004. They got engaged on September 29, 2010, and tied the knot on October 2, 2011, in Sonoma County, California. In addition, Miller has had minor onscreen roles in a few of Rogen’s films.

Where does Rogen Live?

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