Seth rogen who is he dating
He married writer Lauren Miller in 2011 after dating her for seven years. His career developed rapidly and was really successful, but it is hard to tell the same about his personal life.How many students watch outsized frat-boy fantasies like "Neighbors" and feel, as Rodger did, unjustly shut out of college life that should be full of "sex and fun and pleasure"?How many men, raised on a steady diet of Judd Apatow comedies in which the shlubby arrested adolescent always gets the girl, find that those happy endings constantly elude them and conclude, "It's not fair"?Such a terrible accusation forced Rogen to do the uncoolest thing any comic actor can do: defend himself.He did so on Twitter, but you could see, even in his brief messages, that the outlandish idea that he was responsible genuinely wounded him.
In February, he provided a moving testimony on Capitol Hill about Alzheimer's.If you wanted a more contemporary reference, you might go with 's Trey Parker or Matt Stone, who go out of their way to insult whole religions and have collectively produced the funniest smut jokes of all time (Ms. Thus Daniel Tosh and Amy Schumer and Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle and virtually anyone else worth watching.Despite that richness of options, none of them is even remotely close to the comedian that people hate the most: Seth Rogen. His spokesperson claimed that the film "shows the desperation of the U. government and American society." The remark of course contains an obvious level of irony.Rogen creates more fear than people who are willfully shocking.
What is upsetting to his critics is the idea that any nice, normal guy would want to assassinate the Dear Leader. He is offensive in exact proportion to his normalcy.His response, I think, shows why Rogen is subject to such ferocious attacks. All the other comedians trade in their own offensiveness, and therefore they are above being attacked, for the most part. But Seth Rogen screams, "I am normal." He's from Canada, for crying out loud — the product of a country whose sole purpose on the planet is not to offend anybody, ever.