Seth Aaron Rogen is a Canadian-American actor, voice actor, stand-up comedian, writer, producer, and director. He began his career performing stand-up comedy during his teenage years. While still living in his native Vancouver, he landed a supporting role in Judd Apatow's series Freaks and Geeks.
Trigger warning if you are an anti-Semite: First of all, why are you listening to this show? Get lost! Secondly, you are REALLY not going to like this episode. Seth Rogen returns to WTF for the first time in six years and has, by far, the Jewiest talk with Marc that two Jews ever had on this show. And that’s saying something. The subject matter of Seth’s new movie, An American Pickle, might have something to do with it, but they really get into their shared childhood experiences, their attitudes about Judaism that have changed over the years, and a consensus pick for who is the world’s toughest Jew. See for privacy information.
Seth Rogen in studio! Shoutout to protesters in Chile. An amazing song from Tom DiMenna. Two, count em TWO mashups. Lot's of recommendations. Dr Dad's origin story. Goodbye Beto. Thoughts on health care. Bernie's call to action.
John and Craig welcome writer/actor/producer/director Seth Rogen (Superbad, Knocked Up, Good Boys) to the podcast. They discuss Seth’s writing process, evolving with a creative partner, and the cinematic origins of 420. Seth then joins them for another edition of How Would This Be a Movie? looking at stories ranging from corruption, cattle mutilation, and geriatric thieves. Links: 420 origins according to Wikipedia ‘Someone’s Gotta Tell the Freakin’ Truth’: Jerry Falwell’s Aides Break Their Silence by Brandon Ambrosino Mysterious Oregon Cattle Killings, Mutilations Alarm Ranchers by Diana Kruzman An 82-year-old Man Slipped Past Doormen in Upscale Buildings for Years and Stole $400k in Jewelry, Police Say by Madeline Holcombe and Joshua Girsky How to Tighten Up Your Game at Work When You’re Depressed by Captain Awkward Saucey: Alcohol Delivery App Hilarity for Charity National Expungement Week, Seth’s PSA John August on Twitter Craig Mazin on Twitter Seth Rogen on Twitter John on Instagram Outro by Rajesh Naroth (send us yours!) Email us at You can download the episode here
“At the end of the day, I’d rather make stuff period than make stuff how I want to make stuff. And specific to us, I’d rather make stuff together even than stuff alone.” -Evan GoldbergMy guests this week are the comedy duo Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. You've probably heard of their movies Pineapple Express, This Is The End, Neighbors, Superbad, Sausage Party, and most recently Good Boys. They’ve also ventured into the entrepreneurial space with their own cannabis brand, Houseplant. I’ve known these guys are a while, and have had the pleasure of working with them on 50/50 and The Night Before. Seth and Evan are unique in that they do a vast majority of their creative work as a duo. Because of this, I thought they would make the perfect pair for this week’s question.For this episode, Seth, Evan and I discussed a question from Pretince Martin Southwell from Springfield Illinois. Pretince asked, “Have you had people you didn’t get along with personally turn out to be good to work with professionally, or vice versa?” We talked about the origin story of how Seth and Evan’s working relationship began, how their dynamic changes when they work with or involve other people, how they navigate disagreements, and we even debated the existence of extraterrestrial life.If you have a question about the creative process, that you think would spawn a good conversation on this show, ask me on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter tagged #creativeprocessing, or by emailing New episodes are coming out every Tuesday through October 22, 2019. ABOUT THE GUESTS: Seth Rogen is an actor, writer, producer, director, entrepreneur and philanthropist whose films and TV projects have had an impressive impact on popular culture and box office returns. As an actor, his films have grossed over $930 million worldwide and as a filmmaker, his global box office success exceeds $850 million. Alongside longtime collaborator Evan Goldberg, Rogen produces film and television projects through their production company, Point Grey Pictures. Evan Goldberg is a director, screenwriter and producer. In 2011, Goldberg alongside long time collaborator Seth Rogen, founded Point Grey Pictures (PGP), a production company dedicated to creating multi-genre film and television content anchored in dynamic, authentic and passionate storytelling. Through PGP, Goldberg has produced a diverse slate of films such as 50/50, Neighbors, Good Boys and the Academy Award -nominated The Disaster Artist. In the TV space, Goldberg currently produces Future Man on Hulu, Black Monday on Showtime, Preacher on AMC, and The Boys on Amazon.LINKS FOR EPISODE: Connect with Seth and Evan:Twitter: @SethRogenInstagram: @SethRogenFacebook: Seth RogenReelStart.orgHilarityforCharity.OrgPeople Mentioned:Sammy Fogell (Childhood Friend)Sam Raimi (Director)Stanley Kubrick (Director)Jeremy Irons (Actor)Kevin Smith (Filmmaker)Jim Carrey (Actor)Kyle Hunter (Producer)Ariel Shaffir (Producer)Eric Kripke (Writer)Christopher Miller and Phil Lord (Filmmaking Duo)Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris (Filmmaking Duo)Bonnie and Terry Turner (Producing Duo)Johnathan Levine (Director) Alex McAtee (Producer)Sandy Rogen (Seth’s Mom)Judd Apatow (Filmmaker)Sam Catlin (Writer)Michael Shannon (Actor)Kevin Corrigan (Actor)David Krumholtz (Actor)Paul Sheer (Actor)June Diane Raphael (Actress)Jason Mantzoukas (Actor)Movies Mentioned:Pineapple Express (2008)This Is the End (2013)Neighbors (2014)Superbad (2007)50/50 (2011)The Night Before (2015)Sausage Party (2016)Good Boys (2019)Spaceballs (1987)Reservoir Dogs (1992)Pulp Fiction (1994)Evil Dead (1981)Bad Lieutenant (1992)Lolita (1997)Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984)Swingers (1996)Clerks (1994)Wayne’s World (1992)TV Shows Mentioned:The Larry Sanders Show (1992-1998)Freaks and Geeks (1999-2000)The Boys (2019-)3rd Rock from the Sun (1996-2001)Undeclared (2001-2002)Preacher (2016-)Other Mentions:HouseplantHow Did This Get Made Podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Apr 15th, 1982
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