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Seth Rogen Net Worth – How Rich Is The Comedian & Actor?

Seth Rogen Net Worth Estimate:

Seth Rogen net worth is currently estimated as being at about approximately $80 million dollars USD. The majority of Seth Rogen net worth has come from his career in the Hollywood entertainment industry as an actor and more.

Who is Seth Rogen?


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Seth Rogen, whose full name is Seth Aaron Rogen, is an actor, filmmaker, and comedian. Starting out as a stand up in Vancouver, Canada, Seth Rogen’s first big gig was landing a role in the cult comedy series Freaks & Geeks, created by Judd Apatow. This was followed by a role in Judd Apatow’s sitcom Undeclared, on which he also wrote.

Afterwards, Seth Rogen was hired as a writer for Da Ali G Show, which got him an Emmy nomination. He then went on to feature film roles. After a small part in 2001’s cult sci fi film Donnie Darko, Judd Apatow cast Seth Rogen and gave him a co producer credit on The 40 Year Old Virgin.

From there, he appeared in other Judd Apatow comedies: Funny People and Knocked Up. In 2015, he played Steve Wozniak in a film about Apple co creator Steve Jobs. In 2016, he produced the AMC network TV series Preacher based on the supernatural comic book of the same name.

Since then, Seth Rogen and his writing partner Evan Goldberg have written Superbad, This Is the End, The Green Horneet, and Pineapple Express. He also directed The Interview and This is the End, additionally starring in every single one of those films.

Seth Rogen has also voice acted in Shrek the Third, Kung Fu Panda, Horton Hears a Who!, Monsters vs Aliens, The Spiderwick Chronicles, Sausage Party, Paul, and the 2019 The Lion King remake.

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Seth Rogen’s Career


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Seth Rogen’s first acting role was on Judd Apatow’s cult hit TV show Freaks and Geeks, which came out in 1999. Seth Rogen played Ken Miller, one of the freaks, in an acerbic, deadpan role that would set the tone for many of his future roles.

Despite fantastic reviews, Freaks and Geeks had the lowest viewer ratings of any show that season on NBC and was cancelled at the end of the first season because of this. Judd Apatow, however, loved Seth Rogen’s improv skills and so brought him onto his next show, Undeclared, in the leading role.

Network heads didn’t think Seth Rogen had leading man qualities, however, and instead cast Jay Baruchel. Still, Judd Apatow gave Seth Rogen a writing position, and had him appear in a recurring role. The show also only lasted one season but, like Freaks and Geeks, became a cult sensation.

Seth Rogen continued writing for Judd Apatow and during this time also got small roles in both cult sci fi drama Donnie Darko and cult comedy starring Will Ferrell, Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy in 2004.

Around that time, he also got a writing gig on Sacha Baron Cohen’s Da Al G Show. This led to him getting an Emmy nom for writing, along with the other staff writers.

Seth Rogen’s star started to rise when Judd Apatow next cast him in The 40 Year Old Virgin, starring Steve Carrell. He then had a small part in You, Me, and Dupree before he finally actually broke out with Judd Apatow’s Knocked Up in 2007, a romcom about a couple having a baby together after a one night stand.

The film was a huge hit both with critics and audiences, which really launched Seth Rogen’s career and majorly boosted Seth Rogen net worth. Later that year, he finally got Superbad made, a project he had been writing with his friend Evan Goldberg since they were literally 13 years old. He made a small appearance in it.

Meanwhile, Seth Rogen did voice work in Shrek the Third in 2007, Horton Hears a Who! based on the Dr Seuss classic, The Spiderwick Chronicles, and Kung Fu Panda. The latter was an enormous hit and was another big help to Seth Rogen net worth.

Next, he co wrote a film called Drillbit Taylor for Owen Wilson, based on a John Hughes original idea. It got terrible reviews.

Seth Rogan, Evan Goldberg, and Judd Apatow collaborated on creating Pineapple Express, a stoner comedy film starring Seth Rogen and James Franco, his Freaks and Geeks co star. The film was a huge hit for critics and audience members.

In 2008, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg wrote an episode of The Simpsons, and Seth Rogen played a character. He also appeared with Elizabeth Banks in the Kevin Smith directed and written romcom Zack and Miri Make a Porno.

Seth Rogen then did more voice work, this time for the sci fi animated film Monsters vs Aliens in 2009, which also did well and helped Seth Rogen net worth. Next he played a mall cop named Ronnie Barnhart in the comedy film Observe and Report, which was notable for being a sadistic role rather than affable.

Next, Seth Rogen made an appearance in Judd Apatow’s next film, Funny People, co starring as a young comedian being mentored by a character played by Adam Sandler. Although a box office bomb, it got strong reviews, particularly for Seth Rogen’s performance.

Next, Seth Rogen executive produced, wrote, and starred in the comic book adaptation film The Green Hornet. It got terrible reviews but did well at the box office. As a result, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg made a company together called Point Grey Pictures, called for the school where the two met as teenagers.

In 2011, Seth Rogen did the voice work as well as motion capture for an alien character in the Simon Pegg and Nick Frost sci fi comedy film Paul. Then he did the voice work for Kung Fu Panda 2. Next, he performed a supporting part in a cancer dreamed called 50/50. He then took on a surprisingly uncharacteristic gay role in Take This Waltz.

From that year until 2015, Seth Rogen took on the role of Dirty Randy in a sitcom called The League. The character was a pornographer and librarian.

In 2012, Seth Rogen starred in The Guilt Trip with his mother being played by the legendary Barbra Streisand, making a rare film appearance at that point in her career.

In 2013, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg collaborated on directing This Is the End, which Seth Rogen also appeared in with former co stars Jay Baruchel and James Franco, along with Jonah Hill from Superbad, and more. Again, the film got great reviews and great box office.

That same year, Seth Rogen played the recurring role of young George Bluth throughout the fourth season of Arrested Development, which had been revived for Netflix.

In May 2014, he did a film called Neighbors with Zac Efron and Rose Byrne. It became Seth Rogen’s highest grossing live action film ever.

Next, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg collaborating on writing and again direction, this time an action comedy film called The Interview, which again featured James Franco in a co starring role with Seth Rogen.

The film draw the ire of the North Korean government due to its plot involving an assassination attempt on Kim Jong-in, leader of North Korea. North Korea called it an act of war and threatened the United States with retaliation. Sony eventually first only released the film online and then tentatively in some cinemas.

It didn’t do well in cinemas but had sold well online. That year, Seth Rogen also had cameos in 22 Jump Street and The Sound and the Fury.

In 2015, Seth Rogen played the role of Steve Wozniak, the co founder of Apple Inc in the biography film based on the life of Steve Jobs, directed by Danny Boyle and written by Aaron Sorkin. He got fantastic reviews. In November of that year, he did the Christmas film The Night Before with Anthony Mackie and Joseph Gordon Levitt.

2016 saw him doing Kung Fu Panda 3 and Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. That year, he also co produced the Preacher TV show for the AMC network. At the end of the year, he also played a role in the adult animated film Sausage Party. It overtook the South Park film as the most successful R rated cartoon film ever made.

In 2017, Seth Rogen co directed and co exec produced Future Man, a sci fi comedy TV show for Hulu, with Evan Goldberg. It starred Josh Hutcherson. Seth and Evan also co directed a short film called Bananas Town for Walmart.

Seth Rogen then also appeared in The Disaster Artist, directed by friend and frequent co star James Franco, about he making of the film The Room.

Seth Rogen founded an organization called Hilarity for Charity, which fundraises for research into Alzheimer’s disease, as well as providing support to people who suffer it.

In 2018, Seth Rogen co starred with Kelsey Grammer and Kristen Bell in a film called Like Father, which his wife, Lauren Miller, directed. In 2019, Seth Rogen co starred with Charlize Theron in a romcom called Long Shot.

Also in 2019, Seth Rogen played the famous role of Pemba in Disney’s “live-action” remake of its iconic and groundbreaking The Lion King from 1994. Donald Glover played Simba and Billy Eichner played Timon. Seth Rogen sang 3 songs for this movie.

The film got poor reviews, but he was received well, and it did huge box office. That same year, Seth Rogen produced the comedy film Good Boys and the TV shows Black Monday and The Boys.

In 2021, Seth Rogen played an alien again, this time in the cartoon Invincible, which he also produced. In May of that year, he released a memoir called Yearbook.

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Seth Rogen: Early Life

Seth Rogen was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on the fifteenth of April in the year 1982. His family was Jewish and of both Russian and Ukrainian ancestry.

Seth Rogen’s mom, Sandy Belogus’s, profession is being a social worker and his dad, Mark Rogen, assistant directed the Workmen’s Circle Jewish fraternity in addition to doing not for profit organization work. They met on a kibbutz in Israel. His older sister is called Danya.

As a child, Seth Rogen went to Vancouver Talmud Torah Elementary School first and then followed that up with Point Grey Secondary School. For 10 years, Seth Rogen did kyokushin karate. He would also attend a Jewish day camp in the summers called Camp Miriam, where he first started doing stand up.

Seth Rogen realized from a very young age that he wanted to devote his life to comedy. When he was only twelve years old, he attended comedy workshops. As a young kid, he’d write routines with jokes about his grandparents, his bar mitzvah, and his counsellors at Camp Miriam.

As a teenager, Seth Rogen would do his stand up comedy at parties and bar mitzvahs, eventually doing bars as he got older. He wrote the very first script for what would become the hit film Superbad when he was only thirteen, along with Evan Goldberg, who’d remain his writing partner throughout the years.

They met at bar mitzvah class and continued to polish the script throughout their high school years, all the way up until the time they finally got to make the film as adults.

Seth Rogen’s mom was extremely supportive and drove him to his various gigs, often at the Yuk Yuks comedy club. At sixteen, he won second place in Vancouver’s Amateur Comedy Contest. Not long after, his dad lost his job, leading to his family having to move from a house to a small apartment.

But not long after this, their fortunes turned around when Seth Rogen was cast on Freaks and Geeks. He promptly dropped out of high school and took his family with him to Los Angeles, California, United States of America to film the show. Seth Rogen paid all of the bills, becoming the family’s main breadwinner at sixteen.

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Seth Rogen’s Personal Life and Family


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In 2004, Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller, an actress and writer, began a romantic relationship after meeting as co workers on Da Ali G Show. They got married in 2011 and to this day don’t plan on having any children.

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have created their own brand of cannabis. Seth Rogen also makes his own ceramics, having taken pottery classes with Lauren Miller.

In 2021, Seth Rogen revealed that he has a minor form of Tourette syndrome, a condition that a number of people in his family have been diagnosed with.

Seth Rogen’s Social Media Influence

Seth Rogen has a social media presence on most of the major platforms, which helps him interact with his fans and increases Seth Rogen net worth as a result.


Seth Rogen has an official public verified Facebook account. Seth Rogen’s Facebook account handle is simply @sethrogen, all lower case letters. Seth Rogen currently has over five million followers on this popular social media platform. Seth Rogen uses his Facebook to connect with his fans which helps increase Seth Rogen net worth.


Seth Rogen has an official public verified Twitter account. Seth Rogen’s Twitter account handle from which he tweets is @Sethrogen. Because Twitter’s algorithm isn’t case sensitive, however, the letters can be entered in lower case into the search function to locate the account.

Seth Rogen has over nine million followers on this popular social media platform as of the present time. Seth Rogen uses his Twitter account to post his thoughts and observations, as well as to plug his latest projects. This helps connect him with his fans and also helps Seth Rogen net worth grow.


Seth Rogen has an official public verified Instagram account. Seth Rogen’s Instagram account handle is simply @sethrogen, all lower case, as with his Facebook. Seth Rogen has nearly nine and a half million followers on this popular social media platform.

On Instagram, Seth Rogen posts photos and videos of himself, often plugging his newest projects and endeavors, which helps Seth Rogen net worth in turn.


Seth Rogen does not have an official LinkedIn account. Should Seth Rogen choose to sign up for one at any point in the future, we will be sure to update this page with that information. Our goal is to keep our readers informed of all of the latest news on Seth Rogen net worth, career, and life.


There is a Seth Rogen TikTok account that is not currently verified. The biography reads “I’m Seth Rogen. I’m not verified cause TikTok sent weird papers I didn’t sign.”

It’s not clear whether this is true (although it does fit Seth Rogen’s sense of humor) or actually a fan account. Should he become verified at any point in the future, we will be sure to update this page with that information. Our goal is to keep our readers informed of all of the latest news on Seth Rogen net worth, career, and life.

Seth Rogen’s Net Worth & Bio Summary

NameSeth Rogen
Real NameSeth Aaron Rogen
Place of BirthVancouver, British Columbia, Canada
OccupationActor, Comedian
Net Worth Estimate$80 Million