George Stromboulopous finds out what really makes Seth Rogen nervous: video
Vancouver's Seth Rogen talks with George Stroumboulopous about his desire for attention and what made him so funny.
Did he get material that was to make him a stand up comic in his years at Vancouver Talmud Torah, or was it in the lunch room of Point Grey Secondary School. Rogen gets real with Stroumboulopous on CBC Television's George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight.
Whatever the case, the high school drop out, born in 1982, started his career at Camp Miriam, a Jewish camp on a Gulf Island. At 16, he came in second place in the Vancouver Amateur Comedy Contest. He went on to be named Canadian Comic of the Year by the
Rogen was named the Canadian Comedy Person of the Year by the Canadian Comedy Awards in both 2008 and 2009. He plays in the cowmedy, 50-50, a comedic account of a 27-year-old's cancer diagnosis, and his battle to beat the disease.