Seth Rogen : Fresh Air Rogen returns to talk about his new memoir, 'Yearbook,' which is filled with funny and surprising stories — starting with the first time he did stand-up when he was 12 and continuing through his life and film career. He used to be the youngest person in the room, but now that he's approaching 40, he's reconsidering a lot of things, from what message not to give teens in his films to how to create a set where everyone feels comfortable and safe. He's produced, directed, written and starred in many films, including 'Knocked Up,' 'Superbad,' 'Pineapple Express,' 'This is the End,' 'The Interview' and 'Long Shot.'

Seth Rogen

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Rogen returns to talk about his new memoir, 'Yearbook,' which is filled with funny and surprising stories — starting with the first time he did stand-up when he was 12 and continuing through his life and film career. He used to be the youngest person in the room, but now that he's approaching 40, he's reconsidering a lot of things, from what message not to give teens in his films to how to create a set where everyone feels comfortable and safe. He's produced, directed, written and starred in many films, including 'Knocked Up,' 'Superbad,' 'Pineapple Express,' 'This is the End,' 'The Interview' and 'Long Shot.'